INTRODUCTION OF A COMPANY-WIDE INTERFACE DEPARTMENT
Constant further development and growing complexity are placing ever-increasing demands on the SAP infrastructure in terms of performance and feasibility. In addition, SAP Basis is the technological driving force for the implementation of new applications and innovations in your business environment.
The tasks of a company's own SAP Basis department are undergoing enormous change at many companies, as SAP is also relying more and more on cloud services. Strategically, completely self-hosted SAP systems are becoming rarer and the proportion of customers using an SAP system from the cloud is increasing. The new roles of SAP Basis employees tend to be "enablers" and coordinators between the cloud provider and internal IT and the business departments. Until that time comes, companies can also rely on external service providers to offer expert know-how as well as operational support for the transition period.
BDLS Conversion of logical system names
The SAP NetWeaver Integration Technology part of the course covers the basic areas of use and properties of the various integration technologies. Interrelationships between the integration technologies, Web Services, ALE, BAPI, Process Integration, Web Application Server are taught. Further contents are the basic communication technologies: IDoc, RFC, http and SOAP.
The positioning depends strongly on the previously identified target groups and must be justified accordingly. Positioning is extremely important for the SAP basis. It is primarily a matter of positioning within the IT organisation and defining or positioning the other IT departments that can be considered as competitors in the context of this step. STEP 6: OWN EMPLOYEES This step will identify the necessary skills and training of their own employees necessary to fulfil the objectives and provide the service. The necessary skills and roles for the SAP basis are explained in detail in the recommendation Skills & Roles.
Some missing SAP basic functions in the standard are supplied by the PC application "Shortcut for SAP Systems".
Ben Treynor, who has been with Google since 2003 and is considered the godfather of SRE, describes SRE as "what happens when you give operations tasks to a software engineer".
Understanding the structure and functionality of the system is especially important for IT administration.