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Dear Ladies and Gentlemen,

join this openSAP course in order to learn how to build Portal Sites on SAP Cloud Platform

 

Building Portal Sites on SAP Cloud Platform

 

Portal technology has been around for many years now, bringing together information and business processes under a common, single entry point. Portals help us to find the information and business apps that we need really quickly. So what’s new? Well, think about what could happen when you merge the simplicity of the Cloud with your portal needs! The openSAP course Building Portal Sites on SAP Cloud Platform will help you unleash this powerful new potential.

 

This course can help you get up and running with your portal sites on the SAP Cloud Platform. It covers all the essentials of building portal sites, starting with why we need a portal, how to build a site following the SAP Fiori design language, or using a freestyle design, as well as how to productize your site with branding, translations, and Single Sign-on.

 

The course is designed for IT professionals, solution consultants, as well as portal administrators and experts. It’s also relevant for user experience experts and existing SAP NetWeaver Portal administrators.

 

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PRESENTER:

Murali Shanmugham, Sales & Presales, SAP Australia

Thomas Hensel, Development, SAP SE

Ido Shemesh, Development, SAP Labs, LLC

WEB PRESENCE:

Building Portal Sites on SAP Cloud Platform

TIME:

Available from April 25, 2017, 09:00 AM UTC
(5 week course)

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Your SAP User Groups Knowledge Transfer Team

 

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