REST, or REpresentational State Transfer, is an architectural style for providing standards between enterprise systems, making it easier for systems to communicate with each other. REST-compliant systems, often called RESTful systems, are characterized by how they are stateless and separate the concerns of client and server.
The composable ERP will be far less static. Traditional skills in coding using specific languages, querying, complex report building and application architecture will be supplanted by general coding skills enabled by low-code/no-code platforms and integration building
Enterprise resource planning applications (ERPs) have routinely missed the mark in multiple ways. They have failed on the ability to plan, design and execute with real-time responsiveness. The result are systems that lack the agility to adapt in the face of challenge and result in businesses lagging behind rather than leading.
SAP NetWeaver Gateway is a technology that provides a simple way to connect devices and applications to SAP software based on market standards (REST and OData). It simplifies connectivity to SAP applications by allowing any programming language or model to be used without the need for SAP knowledge
As we spoke about last month, cloud computing is one of the hottest buzzwords in technology. It appears 48 million times on the Internet. We concluded that SAP’s offerings can be quite confusing… There is HANA Enterprise Cloud (HEC), and SAP Cloud Platform (previously HANA Cloud Platform), and HANA Cloud. So lets Recap before we dive yet another offering called S/4HAN Cloud…
SAP S/4 Hana Past upgrades include the 1511, 1610, 1709, 1809 and recently the 1909 releases. These upgrades are centered on machine learning and automation. In the SAP S/4HANA 1909 release, SAP went a step further and embedded these capabilities into the platform’s core. SAP calls this the digital core.
SAP plans to transform S/4HANA Finance into an intelligent ERP that can leverage machine learning and apply predictive analytics to the data explosion expected from the Internet of Things (IoT). Future releases include a personalized digital assistant driven by natural language processing (NLP) and artificial intelligence.