I participated in a Swedish SAP user group meeting for Integration today in Gothenburg, where participants received hands-on experience with SAP. The PI Roadmap was intensely discussed, so was PO and predictions about what was going to be delivered, as well as other future innovations. Contrary to my expectations, a very interesting – and I […]
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I was talking with a fried around searching content and how easy it would be to implement your own search solution. After taking a look at search APIs, such as Amazon’s, and having long discussions with a friend, I came across this useful page: https://www.searchify.com/documentation/java-client I thought it would be a good project to start my development and […]
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Lately, I have been preoccupied with the feedback aspect of the design process, which is an important issue for anyone working with PI integration or PI development. Feedback is not something you should seek at the end of a project. Why? Because it is easier to observe and correct small mistakes on the way, […]
I have been working on creating a course for PI developers so they could learn how to use Process Orchestration/BPMN. I was missing a good tutorial to get started with BPMN so I could help my customers move to the single stack. So I decided to create a course on the topic of BPMN and […]
SAP has been working on Process Orchestration(PO) for the last couple of years. I can see more and more companies wanting to move that infrastructure to that instead of the dual stack Process Integration(PI) system. The Process Orchestration have many advantages, but mostly performance and flexibility. To help customers be able to migrate easily to […]