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Anubhav Oberoy
Sep 29, 2019
In SAP UI5/Fiori Forum
When you think SAP, think submarines. They have a lot in common. Submarines pack a lot of functionality into a notoriously tight space. They’re also complicated to sail, with millions of tons of unforgiving seawater waiting to flood in if something goes wrong. Submariners live by the motto, “We have room for everything but a mistake.” This could be a good slogan for your SAP implementation, though the stakes (hopefully) don’t involve life and death. SAP implementations do have a lot riding on them, though. Mistakes are costly. A poor SAP implementation can result in brand damage, loss of revenue, negative customer experience, excessive IT and business operating expenses and frustrated employees. With a focus on excellence, SAP implementation has thus evolved into a strict, professional discipline. What is an SAP Implementation? SAP implementation is a collection of practices and workflows intended to design, build and tune an SAP landscape. SAP landscapes are all unique, so SAP implementations are seldom the same. Each has its own organization-specific requirements based on distinctive SAP configurations, customizations, and combinations of SAP and third-party modules. Unique adaptations aside, an SAP implementation is always about taking a vision for SAP in the business and turning it into a reality. It’s a multi-step process, with distinct phases. Installation vs. Migration vs. Upgrades SAP implementation work arises in three main settings. The first is installation, such as with a product like SAP S/4HANA. New or old customers need installations. With an existing customer, the implementation may occur because the customer has such an extensively customized landscape that it’s better in the long-run to build a new system from scratch. Migrations, in contrast, involve moving an SAP product between hosted environments. A migration might also mean moving SAP from one database to another. Migrations usually occur in multiple phases. They are by nature, complex and require frequent testing. An SAP upgrade is an implementation project that moves an SAP instance to a newer version. This could be something relatively simple, like adding enhancement packs. Some upgrades are challenging, however, requiring a great deal of planning and testing to successfully implement. Types of SAP Implementation In our experience, we see two main types of SAP implementation. Generally, you can either build an SAP landscape from scratch, known as a “greenfield” project or modify an existing one, in a “brownfield” scenario. A new business is always a greenfield, while brownfield migrations usually occur when your SAP landscape is out of date. In some cases, though, it’s more efficient to skip the brownfield and start from scratch. This may be advised when your data has been corrupted, for example. Lifecycle vs. Steps vs. Phases In discussing an SAP implementation, it’s easy to get mixed up by a couple of similar-sounding terms that SAP consultants use to describe the work. These include “lifecycle,” “steps” and “phases.” They’re related concepts, but each has a different meaning. When we talk about lifecycle, we’re talking about the “age” of an SAP product. SAP product age is not measured in years. Rather, a new product is at the start of its lifecycle. One that is being retired is referred to as “End of Life” or EOL, even if it only introduced a few years earlier. Many SAP implementation projects arise because a product is approaching EOL and needs to be replaced. An SAP implementation has five basic steps: Project preparation business blueprintRealizationFinal preparation Live support In Project Preparation, you get ready to implement by identifying objectives, priorities, and scope. During this initial planning phase, you work on gaining stakeholder support while lining up resources. Business Blueprinting is about defining the business processes your landscape will address. Realization is where the implementation team takes the business blueprint as the starting point to build, test and refine the landscape. Up until this point, the process has been headed up by the functional team, who are primarily concerned with what the system does. In realization, the technical team starts to take a bigger role. In Final Preparation, your team prepares for migration and go-live. Go Live Support means flipping the switch and then looking after the newly-implemented SAP landscape. The phases of an SAP implementation occur in parallel with the steps described above. They include Onsite Initiation, which is an initial kickoff with the technical team and key stakeholders. Data Center and Network Setup involves provisioning and then configuring whatever on-premises infrastructure is needed, including Disaster Recovery (DR).  SAP General Activities cover other preliminaries and getting ready for implementation by downloading software, etc. Sandbox Migration is where you migrate the SAP landscape incrementally in advance of production migration. Development Migration comprises working out issues that inevitably arise in the implementation process. The Production Migration itself is the final phase. Costs of an implementation What does an SAP implementation cost? Unfortunately, there is no straight answer, but in general, is not an inexpensive process. Each implementation is different in terms of scope, length of time and required resources. Thus, the budgets vary accordingly. However, what we’ve found is that good planning helps keep projects as economical as possible. And, an investment early on in detailing the requirements review and scoping will pay dividends in lower costs over time. Hiring the right project managers similarly keeps the process under control, in terms of cost.
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Anubhav Oberoy
Sep 10, 2019
In SAP UI5/Fiori Forum
Description The "SAP Certified Development Specialist - ABAP for SAP HANA 2.0" certification exam verifies that the candidate has the knowledge of programming ABAP for SAP HANA required by the profile of an SAP ABAP development consultant. This certificate builds on both the basic knowledge gained in related ABAP-for-HANA training and documentation, as well as on practical experience gained as a member of a SAP HANA team, where the candidate would apply this knowledge practically in projects. It is highly recommended that you have passed one of these certification exams for the "SAP Certified Development Associate - ABAP with SAP NetWeaver" (C_TAW12_70, C_TAW12_71, C_TAW12_731, C_TAW12_74, C_TAW12_750). Notes To ensure success, SAP recommends combining education courses and hands-on experience to prepare for your certification exam as questions will test your ability to apply the knowledge you have gained in training. Get Certified by taking online course from www.onlinefioritrainings.com, Mr. Anubhav will cover all the concepts needed to make your certify. You are not allowed to use any reference materials during the certification test (no access to online documentation or to any SAP system). Topic Areas Please see below the list of topics that may be covered within this certification and the courses that cover them. Its accuracy does not constitute a legitimate claim; SAP reserves the right to update the exam content (topics, items, weighting) at any time. Get trained today by taking online training from here, check some free demo here Guided Performance Analysis> 12% Perform Guided Performance Analysis using appropriate tools to determine which ABAP applications should be optimized when migrating to SAP HANA. HA400 (SAP HANA 2.0 SPS02) ----- OR ----- SAP LH LR "ABAP for SAP HANA" Integration of SAP HANA Coding into ABAP Programs> 12% Approach the code-to-data paradigm using 'top-down' techniques, using Core Data Services views and ABAP managed database procedures HA400 (SAP HANA 2.0 SPS02) ----- OR ----- SAP LH LR "ABAP for SAP HANA" Implications of SAP HANA on ABAP Programming> 12% Evaluate and identify the implications of SAP HANA on ABAP development, use the extended Open SQL syntax and use the appropriate techniques in ABAP to access Database functionality HA400 (SAP HANA 2.0 SPS02) ----- OR ----- SAP LH LR "ABAP for SAP HANA" SAP HANA Basics and Technical Concepts8% - 12% Explain the fundamental technical concepts of SAP HANA. HA100 ----- OR ----- SAP LH LR "ABAP for SAP HANA" SAP HANA Information Models & Database Procedures8% - 12% Create basic SAP HANA Information Models and Database Procedures. HA300 (SAP HANA 2.0 SPS02) ----- OR ----- SAP LH LR "ABAP for SAP HANA" SAP Development Tools for SAP NetWeaver8% - 12% Describe and use SAP Development tools, including SAP HANA Studio and ABAP development tools. HA100 BC404 (SAP NETWEAVER 7.50 SPS1) ----- OR ----- SAP LH LR "ABAP for SAP HANA" 8% - 12% Create and use external views, database procedure proxies and HANA Transport containers (HTCs) HA400 (SAP HANA 2.0 SPS02) ----- OR ----- SAP LH LR "ABAP for SAP HANA"
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Anubhav Oberoy
Aug 19, 2019
In SAP UI5/Fiori Forum
Dear All, we are Looking For SAP ABAP UI5 Consultant For Abu Dhabi Location, Develop, code, document and execute unit tests, systems, integration and acceptance tests and testing tools for functions of high complexity.  Engage other technical team members in the design, delivery, and deployment of solutions.  Ensure integration system activities including monitoring the technical architecture (particularly scalability, availability and archiving) meet all SLA's.  Minimum 2 years of experience in SAP Ui5 and Odata.  Must be able to develop new applications as well as manage and support existing Ui5 Applications individually and should be able to design front end Ui5 and middleware Odata service. Must be able to design middleware Odata service Knowledge in Javascript and JQuery Knowledge in HTML and CSS Analytical and Communication skills. Interested candidate May drop their profile at ganesh@inkitsolutions.com
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Anubhav Oberoy
Jul 28, 2019
In SAP UI5/Fiori Forum
SAP Fiori is a group of applications that has been written recently by SAP to address often used SAP functions like self-service tasks, workflow approvals, and information lookups. SAP Fiori provides simple access across smartphones, desktops, and tablets. It is an impressive initiative from SAP to provide a quicker and highly responsive user interface. It employs cutting-edge design principles for delivering simple and responsive experiences which are personalized and across different devices from mobile phones to tablets and desktops. Its effort is centered on supplying a user interface across varying devices. There is a lot of potential for Fiori since it resolves the core problems SAP users have today. Our training focuses on enhancing your skills on important concepts of SAPUI5 and FIORI. www.onlinefioritrainings.com provide server access .Our training and certification program gives you a solid understanding of the key topics covered on the SAPUI5 and Fiori. In addition to boosting your income potential, getting certified in SAPUI5 and Fiori demonstrates your knowledge of the skills necessary to be an effective Professional. The certification validates your ability to produce reliable, high-quality results with increased efficiency and consistency.
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Anubhav Oberoy
Jul 03, 2019
In SAP UI5/Fiori Forum
JD details are as follows Company Name: Trizula Digital Solutions Pvt Ltd 3+ years of SAP  hands on experience1+year end to end  implementation/support experienceexposure to s/4 hana(CDS,AMDP etc..)exposure to ODATA  will be advantage Location : Pune, Mumbai, Hyderabad. Position Type-  Full Time Contact: vijay.v@techtds.com +91-7675912960
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Anubhav Oberoy
Jul 02, 2019
In SAP UI5/Fiori Forum
Need Fiori developers Urgently who can join within 1 month . Gurgaon and Noida location permanent payroll. Need only 2-4 yrs profiles looking for change Mail at resourcing@dtjsolutions.com Mention subject as Fiori resume
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