Take a deep dive into SAP Fiori and discover Fiori architecture, Fiori landscape installation, Fiori standard applications, Fiori Launchpad configuration, tools for developing Fiori applications and extending standard Fiori applications. You will learn: Fiori architecture and its applications Setting up a Fiori landscape and Fiori Launchpad Configuring, customizing and enhancing standard Fiori applications Developing Fiori native applications for mobile Internet of Things-based custom Fiori applications with the HANA cloud platform Bince Mathew, a SAP mobility expert working for an MNC in Germany, shows you how SAP Fiori, based on HTML5 technology, addresses the most widely and frequently used SAP transactions like purchase order approvals, sales order creation, information lookup, and self-service tasks. This set of HTML5 apps provides a very simple and accessible experience across desktops, tablets, and smartphones. Prerequisites and steps for setting up a Fiori landscape and Launchpad Fiori standard application configuration Extending and customizing standard Fiori applications Developing custom Fiori applications from scratch Building custom Fiori applications for Internet Of Things using HANA cloud Fiori apps with cordova and kapsel plugins Bince Mathew is a SAP Mobility Technology Consultant who has expertise in developing mobile applications and executing various projects in SAP Mobility. He has expertise in SAP Fiori, SMP, SYCLO and native Android application developments. He writes blogs and publishes articles on the SAP Developer Network site (SDN) on topics related to mobility.
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Gain a strong foundation of core WSO2 ESB concepts and acquire a proven set of guidelines designed to get you started with WSO2 ESB quickly and efficiently. This book focuses on the various enterprises integration capabilities of WSO2 ESB along with a broad range of examples that you can try out. From beginning to the end, Beginning WSO2 ESB effectively guides you in gradually building expertise in enterprise integration with WSO2 ESB for your SOA infrastructure. Nowadays successful enterprises rely heavily on how well the underlying software applications and services work together to produce a unified business functionality. This enterprise integration is facilitated by an Enterprise Service Bus (ESB). This book provides comprehensive coverage of the fundamentals of the WSO2 ESB and its capabilities, through real-world enterprise integration use cases. What Youll Learn Get started with WSO2 ESB Discover message processing techniques with WSO2 ESB Integrate REST and SOAP services Use enterprise messaging techniques: JMS, AMQP, MQTT Manage file-based integration and integrate with proprietary systems such as SAP Extend and administrate WSO2 ESB Who This Book Is For: All levels of IT professionals from developers to integration architects who are interested in using WSO2 ESB for their SOA infrastructure. Kasun Indrasiri is a software architect at WSO2 Inc., and the product lead for WSO2 ESB. He is an elected member of the Apache Software Foundation and a Project Management Committee member and committer for the Apache Synapse open source ESB project. His expertise lies on Enterprise Integration, designing Highly Efficient Message Processing Systems, Complex Event Processing, Distributed Systems and Information Retrieval Systems. Kasun has provided technology consulting on numerous customer engagements, helping to successfully design and implement solutions for integrating Web Services, SAP Integration, FIX and various other integration solutions. Kasun is proficient in Java and C/C++ development and he was also a contributor in Apache Axis2/C and Apache Rampart/C projects. He was a speaker at WSO2 Con 2011, WSO2 Con 2013/2014 London, WSO2Con 2013/2014/2015 San Fancisco and WSO2Con 2014 Barcelona. Kasun holds a BSc Engineering degree in computer science and engineering from the University of Moratuwa, Sri Lanka and a masters degree in Software Architecture from the same university.
Research Paper (undergraduate) from the year 2015 in the subject Computer Science - Commercial Information Technology, grade: 1,0, University of Applied Sciences Ansbach, course: Wissentschaftliches Arbeiten, language: English, abstract: Nowadays, people produce large amounts of data with talking via smartphones, reading e-mails or using platforms to find the appropriate partner. Conventional technologies no longer cope with the increasing amount of data and come to their limits. Therefore new technologies of Big Data are required for data processing to overcome the data flood. At the beginning, this paper clarifies what Big Data is, the technologies of Big Data, how Big Data differs from Business Intelligence and a distinction is made between Data Warehouse and Business Intelligence. Furthermore, the theory of the Big Data technology in-memory analytics is explained and an implementation of this technology called SAP HANA is consulted and reviewed. In conclusion, the potential of in-memory analytics will be classified.
Ever wonder how a balloon is made? Follow the journey of a balloon from its beginnings as gooey sap in a tree to its completion at a rubber factory. You´ll be surprised to discover what a balloon started out as and how it becomes the bright, air-filled decoration that you enjoy today. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Katharine Hall. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/arbd/000033de/bk_rhde_002536_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
SAP is the worlds leading provider of ERP software and services, with worldwide revenue in 2004 of $9.7 billion and a 57 percent market share among major business application providers; it is one of the worlds largest software companies overall ERP is a flexible, open technology platform that helps businesses run more efficiently (and profitably) by providing integrated management of key operations and supply chains Written for IT professionals who find it hard to get through SAPs complex documentation, our book demonstrates how ERP can cut costs, provides a clear overview of how the ESA (enterprise service architecture) model affects ERP, and shows how to implement the new ERP in the real world Topics covered include reducing the cost of an existing IT backbone, using the new ERP to address a companys pain points and challenges, and proving the value of ERP through ROI (return on investment) and TCO (total cost of ownership) studies Andreas Vogel joined SAP in the Corporate Consulting Team/Office of the CEO in 2003, where he worked on various projects related to SAP strategy. In the beginning of 2005, Andreas joined the Solution Management Team for mySAP ERP, where he lead the effort to service-enable mySAP ERP. Andreas now serves as vice president of Field Support for mySAP ERP, where he is responsible for the introduction of mySAP ERP 2005 into the market. Before joining SAP, Andreas held various research, technology, and business positions around the world, among them principal research scientist at the DSTC (Brisbane, Australia), chief scientist at Borland (San Mateo, CA), and CTO and cofounder of Mspect Inc. (Sunnyvale, CA). Andreas holds MSc and PhD degrees in computer science from Humboldt University, Berlin, Germany. Andreas previously published three books on CORBA and Enterprise Java Beans with Wiley. Ian Kimbell joined SAP in the marketing organization in February 1998, where he held several positions in industry and solution marketing, which culminated in developing the SAP Solution Maps and marketing mySAP.com Ian then spent a two-year assignment in the SAP Chairman’s office as a board assistant before moving on to development as VP for mySAP ERP Strategy and Business Development for mySAP ERP 2004. He has now returned to marketing and is vice president of Solution Marketing for mySAP ERP. Before joining SAP, Ian held various international IT and marketing positions during his 11-year tenure with DuPont. Ian has become well known at the SAPPHIRE conferences in recent years, where he has regularly appeared in the keynote presentations, demonstrating the mySAP Business Suite. Ian holds two business degrees, including a British Bachelor of Arts with honors in European Business and a German Diplom Betriebswirt.
Vasari says, and rightly, in his Life of Leonardo, that he laboured much more by his word than in fact or by deed, and the biographer evidently had in his mind the numerous works in Manuscript which have been preserved to this day. To us, now, it seems almost inexplicable that these valuable and interesting original texts should have remained so long unpublished, and indeed forgotten. It is certain that during the XVIth and XVIIth centuries their exceptional value was highly appreciated. This is proved not merely by the prices which they commanded, but also by the exceptional interest which has been attached to the change of ownership of merely a few pages of Manuscript. That, notwithstanding this eagerness to possess the Manuscripts, their contents remained a mystery, can only be accounted for by the many and great difficulties attending the task of deciphering them. The handwriting is so peculiar that it requires considerable practice to read even a few detached phrases, much more to solve with any certainty the numerous difficulties of alternative readings, and to master the sense as a connected whole. Vasari observes with reference to Leonardos writing: he wrote backwards, in rude characters, and with the left hand, so that any one who is not practised in reading them, cannot understand them. The aid of a mirror in reading reversed handwriting appears to me available only for a first experimental reading. Speaking from my own experience, the persistent use of it is too fatiguing and inconvenient to be practically advisable, considering the enormous mass of Manuscripts to be deciphered. And as, after all, Leonardos handwriting runs backwards just as all Oriental character runs backwards-that is to say from right to left-the difficulty of reading direct from the writing is not insuperable. This obvious peculiarity in the writing is not, however, by any means the only obstacle in the way of mastering the text. Leonardo made use of an orthography peculiar to himself; he had a fashion of amalgamating several short words into one long one, or, again, he would quite arbitrarily divide a long word into two separate halves; added to this there is no punctuation whatever to regulate the division and construction of the sentences, nor are there any accents-and the reader may imagine that such difficulties were almost sufficient to make the task seem a desperate one to a beginner. It is therefore not surprising that the good intentions of some of Leonardo s most reverent admirers should have failed. Leonardos literary labours in various departments both of Art and of Science were those essentially of an enquirer, hence the analytical method is that which he employs in arguing out his investigations and dissertations. The vast structure of his scientific theories is consequently built up of numerous separate researches, and it is much to be lamented that he should never have collated and arranged them. His love for detailed research-as it seems to me-was the reason that in almost all the Manuscripts, the different paragraphs appear to us to be in utter confusion; on one and the same page, observations on the most dissimilar subjects follow each other without any connection. A page, for instance, will begin with some principles of astronomy, or the motion of the earth; then come the laws of sound, and finally some precepts as to colour. Another page will begin with his investigations on the structure of the intestines, and end with philosophical remarks as to the relations of poetry to painting; and so forth. Leonardo himself lamented this confusion, and for that reason I do not think that the publication of the texts in the order in which they occur in the originals would at all fulfil his intentions. No reader could find his way through such a labyrinth; Leonardo himself could not have done it. ABOUT AUTHOR: Leonardo Da Vinci, Born on April 15, 1452, in Vinci, Italy, Leonardo da Vinci was concerned with the laws of science and nature, which greatly informed his work as a painter, sculptor, inventor and draftsmen. His ideas and body of work-which includes Virgin of the Rocks, The Last Supper, Leda and the Swan and Mona Lisa-have influenced countless artists and made da Vinci a leading light of the Italian Renaissance. Quotes Iron rusts from disuse, stagnant water loses its purity and in cold weather becomes frozen; even so does inaction sap the vigor of the mind. - Leonardo da Vinci Humble Beginnings: Leonardo da Vinci was
This issue of Scientific American asks the question, ´´Are We Almost Tapped Out?´´ It offers a series of stories about the state of the world´s water supplies. In ´´Making Every Drop Count,´´ freshwater expert Peter Gleick explains why clean water is a rare commodity for billions. Even when there is water for drinking, what about having enough for irrigation? Sandra Postrel tackles that issue in ´´Growing More Food with Less Water.´´ Is the era of Edison´s light coming to an end? Three pioneers in the field of light emitting diodes (LEDs) say yes. M. George Cranford, Nick Holonyak, Jr., and Frederick Kish, Jr. illuminate the near future in an article called ´´In Pursuit of the Ultimate Lamp.´´ Also, do you ever feel like a sap because you fell for a sales pitch? ´´The Science of Persuasion´´ should make you feel better. Columnists Philip and Phylis Morrison ask whether we´ve characterized the beginning of the universe correctly, in ´´The Big Bang: Wit or Wisdom?´´ And James Burke´s Connections column ties together body-snatching, mastodons, war, and raincoats. 1. Language: English. Narrator: uncredited. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/pe/scam/010201de/bk_rhde_002536_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.