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Integrating SAP into DevOps Pipelines: Why and How


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Wednesday, October 28, 2020
11 am EDT

Teams practicing DevOps don’t usually have to spend much time thinking about applications like SAP, and SAP often remains a DevOps-free zone that is resolutely difficult to change. But SAP systems enable critical operational processes and in an increasingly interconnected technology stack, need to adapt at high speed if a business is going to be truly agile.

DevOps expertise from outside SAP teams is helping to accelerate change in SAP so that digital transformation of products, processes and business models isn’t held back by dependence on slow, unresponsive ‘systems of record’. In this webinar we’ll look at why it’s important to include SAP in cross-application CI/CD pipelines, and how to do so. Join us to learn:

  • Why DevOps teams should care about SAP
  • Key SAP differences that DevOps teams need to understand
  • How to get started with DevOps for SAP and successfully integrate SAP into wider DevOps pipelines
  • Real-world examples of SAP DevOps adoption
James Barter
Solution Director - Basis Technologies
James in an SAP industry veteran who has worked on the design, implementation and maintenance of SAP systems for more than two decades. James has spent the past eight years helping some of the world's biggest SAP users make their businesses more agile and competitive by employing DevOps automation.
Peter Yabsley
Head of Product Marketing - Basis Technologies
Peter has seen the recent growth of DevOps for SAP at first hand, having spent more than five years helping Basis Technologies’ customers to share their DevOps success stories at events like SAP TechEd. He has previously held senior product marketing positions at international hardware and software vendors.

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