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Killexams : SAP Development certification - BingNews Search results Killexams : SAP Development certification - BingNews Killexams : The ideal way to upskill: How accessible P2P learning helps developers worldwide

Learning new skills has never been easier for developers, but that doesn’t change the fact that there is no “one size fits all” approach to upskilling. Developers of all ages learn through a variety of intersecting methods, including online resources, books, school, certifications, and coding bootcamps, according to a Stack Overflow survey published earlier this year.

If you look closely at the smorgasbord of popular resources, a common thread emerges: peer-to-peer (P2P) learning. The appeal of P2P learning is clear, especially to those who’ve had the opportunity to try it for themselves: When students or professionals learn directly from each other’s experiences, they can support each other in an environment that nurtures continuous learning and a chance to upskill a wide range of roles in the workforce.

Developers, in particular, are some of the most curious people out there, so it makes sense that they would seek out like-minded communities where they can learn from somebody who’s solving similar problems. But not everyone who chooses P2P learning environments has the same background, learning style, or access to resources. That’s why it’s important for P2P learning environments to account for the different ways developers choose to learn, from code challenges and hackathons to tutorials and other forms of community-oriented education.

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When hackathons and code challenges first emerged decades ago, they were directed at hardcore developers. But in the years since, P2P learning has evolved to lower the barrier to entry and embrace educational opportunities for all backgrounds and roles. 

“We want to design code challenges and hackathons in a way that a person can do them over a lunch break,” says Thomas Jung, SAP’s head of developer advocacy. “You’ve got to design for the right venue and the right audience. That’s hugely important. Not everything needs to be a multiday, incredibly deep challenge.”

The popularity of events like Devtoberfest from SAP, a multi-week training program in developer-focused content, show how accessible P2P learning can encourage upskilling, recognition, and career-building opportunities. Devtoberfest is a prime example of how P2P learning can deliver upskilling at a global scale. The program is designed with ease in mind, so participants can digest the material at their own pace without needing to take too much time off from their work. Participants can access each piece of educational content online when it fits their schedules, even after Devtoberfest ends. 

Weekly activities bring Devtoberfest participants together to solve coding challenges, allowing for community-oriented learning and collaboration. The program also hosts SAP Community Groups for chat and discussion about educational tutorials, panels where participants can learn directly from the experts, and hands-on sessions where they put their new knowledge into practice. For networking and socializing, there’s a gaming night and other fun activities planned every week. (#Petoberfest, where attendees share photos of their pets, is a big hit.) 

What’s the secret to success in P2P learning? It all comes back to accessibility. Lowering the barriers to entry means not just expanding the reach of a learning program, but also making the introductory lessons simple and straightforward. If a person takes a long time to get started on a tutorial or coding challenge, they’re less likely to keep participating.

“Our motto is make it as simple as you can and then make it simpler again,” Jung says. “If it takes people half an hour to get started before they feel like they’re actually participating, you’ve probably lost a lot of them.”

In a recent monthly code challenge, for example, SAP used an open-source, free coding platform called Exercism to make the experience as frictionless as possible. Rather than mandate participants to install a piece of software or a set of development tools to get started, all they had to do is open a web browser and begin typing. 

By lowering the entry threshold, SAP has also seen greatly increased participation rates in its learning programs. Last year, 85% of Devtoberfest attendees participated in the program’s weekly activities, and an event follow-up survey found that 94% of respondents liked the weekly approach. 

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Devtoberfest 2021 drew attendees from around the world, thanks to SAP’s global reach and the accessibility of its tutorials, educational sessions, and coding challenges. One participant, a farmer from India, completed the entire program on his phone and used the skills he learned to break into the IT industry — a career goal that he previously thought was unattainable. 

Inspired by these stories of success, Jung predicts that the next step in P2P learning will push accessibility even further. “The future is community authored content,” he says. “That’s going to be a healthy thing. We’re not quite there yet, but I think we’re on the verge.”

When communities can build and share their own educational programs, Jung believes, they will be able to support their peers and help fill in their knowledge gaps. If developers can layer their own knowledge on a P2P learning platform, they will help create a much more thorough learning experience for everyone.

Ultimately, community-oriented learning ensures that people without formal coding training can access resources and build up their knowledge. For developers at any experience level, accessible coding challenges — in addition to other community-oriented programs like tutorials and learning journeys — are a way to boost their skill sets and their career opportunities.

Tue, 11 Oct 2022 06:28:00 -0500 en-US text/html
Killexams : InForwarder 3.0 is Certified by SAP for Integration With SAP S/4HANA®

NAPERVILLE, Ill., Oct. 04, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- AC Edwards, LLC, DBA InForwarder, announced today that its InForwarder 3.0 add-on is certified by SAP for integration with SAP S/4HANA®. InForwarder helps businesses that use SAP® technology to see inside their operational SAP S/4HANA systems.

"We are pleased to announce that our InForwarder 3.0 add-on has achieved SAP-certified integration with SAP S/4HANA," said Sam Arra, President of InForwarder. "InForwarder 3.0's ability to interoperate with SAP S/4HANA will prove very beneficial for our current and future customers."

The integration helps organizations maintain the integrity of their data for SAP solutions as it is securely "pushed."  With the forwarding capability, businesses that use SAP technologies can verify their business data (Orders, Sales, Manufacturing rates) in near real-time. Additionally, the metadata of business data transactions (Order Entry throughput, slowdowns identified based on past forwarded data, etc.) can be analyzed in third-party business intelligence tools.

SAP Integration and Certification Center (SAP ICC) has certified that the integration software for InForwarder 3.0 integrates with SAP S/4HANA using standard integration technologies. SAP S/4HANA is a future-proof ERP system with integrated intelligent technologies that transform business processes with intelligent automation and runs on SAP HANA - a market-leading in-memory database that offers real-time processing speeds and a drastically simplified data model.

About AC Edwards, LLC DBA InForwarder

Founded in 2020, InForwarder focuses on the development of add-ons and observability around SAP® technologies. The company is headquartered in Naperville, IL.

InForwarder allows information sourced from SAP NetWeaver® to be forwarded to various destinations. Businesses have requirements to operate on data from SAP solutions in various toolsets. InForwarder makes the process of pushing information from SAP NetWeaver to the various toolsets as simple as possible. By providing powerful tools for SAP systems, InForwarder supports organizations to see inside their operational SAP systems in order to strengthen their competitiveness and Boost overall efficiency within the entire organization.

The company's core product families are InForwarder Base, Extended and Business Enhanced Editions for observability and change data capture.


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Killexams : MainOne’s Data Center Attains SAP HANA Certification

MainOne, the premier connectivity and data center solutions company has announced that its Data Center subsidiary, MDXi is now an SAP-certified provider of Infrastructure Services for SAP solutions. The new certification confirms the ability of the company to deliver high-quality cloud and infrastructure operations services for customers running SAP solutions and recognises the company as the region’s first SAP Certified Data Centre.

The certification will enable MDXi to host and manage SAP applications utilizing the company’s enterprise cloud platforms, across its private, public and hybrid cloud solutions, via a consumption-based delivery model. As a SAP-certified provider of hosting services, MDXi will offer a cost-effective yet reliable delivery model for mission-critical applications for customers of SAP. SAP customers that rely on MainOne’s data centre for hosting services will be empowered to focus on the business value of their solutions and benefit from reduced operational expenses that a commercial data center provides.

Receiving the certificate, the Chief Executive Officer of MainOne, Funke Opeke stated, “We are pleased to receive the SAP certification for Infrastructure Operations Services, as it validates our commitment to providing world-class data center and cloud solutions in Nigeria. With this certification from SAP, it is now possible for Nigerian enterprises and businesses to host SAP applications in-country on MDXi’s Cloud platform and optimize their accounting processes, data analytics and sales chain management. This will Boost response times for SAP applications, ensure data security and assure more cost effective subscription charges.”

Managing Director of SAP West Africa, Kudzai Danha, said “More than ever, SAP Africa is excited about the SAP HANA® certification of partners like MainOne. The current market demand for attractive business applications in the cloud presents great business opportunities and through SAP HANA, customers can innovate and redesign business processes, capitalizing on the agility of this unique platform.”

SAP HANA Cloud is an in-memory platform that runs analytics applications smarter, business processes faster and data infrastructures simpler! It is the foundation for all the data needs of a business, removing the burden of maintaining separated legacy systems and siloed data, so business can run simple in this new digital economy.

The SAP certification process is rigorous and culminates with an onsite audit session to determine that the provider meets all the local and global requirements as stipulated by SAP to run its applications.

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Killexams : Creating a Sustainable Future

Sustainable manufacturing, which the U.S. Department of Commerce defines as using industrial processes that minimize negative environmental impacts and that are safer for both employees and consumers, has been gaining momentum lately amid what the United Nations calls the “Decade of Action.” 

According to The Wall Street Journal, there will be, in the next decade, upwards of $12 trillion of business opportunities for companies that align themselves with sustainable development. A study from Oxford Economics highlighted that 65% of companies have created a clear mission statement around sustainability, with another 23% indicating that they are in the process of developing such a statement. Thus, of those companies studied, 88% are prioritizing sustainability. 

Similarly, in a SAP survey, 46% of business leaders shared that sustainability is top of mind for them throughout the manufacturing process. Perhaps even more significantly, 68% of them have reduced energy consumption at their business. 

Related:  Building-Technology Trends for Safer, More Sustainable Environments

Gen Z, whose members represent the future generation of buyers, is especially focused on sustainability as a core value. That means future-minded business leaders should make sustainability a priority in order to strengthen brand reputations, build public trust and, ultimately, connect with tomorrow’s customers. 

Sustainability in AV (SAVe) 

Fundamentals of Sustainable Bldg DesignOne of the biggest sustainability stories our industry has ever seen is the emergence of Sustainability in AV (SAVe) to deliver voice to the need to prioritize sustainability-minded practices. “Let’s be honest,” Christina De Bono, founder and president of SAVe, says. “The AV industry has been part of the problem. But it’s equally true that we can help drive the solution.” To her point, according to The Shift Project, 4% of greenhouse gas emissions are caused by digital technologies, and it is increasing by 9% every year. We can’t just let that figure stand. 

De Bono decided to launch SAVe, an AV-industry-wide independent nonprofit organization, after hearing from many in the industry who are very concerned about the growing climate crisis, persistent inequality and ongoing poverty in the U.S. She wanted to use the organization’s platform to highlight the issues we’re facing and the responsibility that the AV industry has, particularly as regards sustainable production and manufacturing. Efforts like these bring together industry stakeholders who, collectively, can take concerted action to achieve the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) that all 193 nation representatives of the United Nations adopted. 

Individual and Business Responsibility 

“Look at what’s happened just in the past two-and-a-half years,” De Bono begins. “Every day now, we’re facing a massive natural disaster that’s being perpetuated by increasing extreme weather events [occurring] due to climate change.” She continues, “At the same time, we have growing inequality and poverty in this country. These challenges are profound, and they’re getting worse.” Ultimately, De Bono believes, it’s not just countries and global actors that need to come together to address these problems but also individuals and businesses. Citing the need to make systemic changes, she says, “There’s a huge role for business and industry, and the AV industry has a big responsibility toward this.” 

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SAVe provides a vehicle for the AV industry to achieve sustainable development, and it serves as a bridge to other industries, non-government organizations (NGOs) and partner organizations that share similar convictions that we must take urgent action to preserve the health of the planet, as well as the communities and people that populate it. 

“Focusing on sustainability benefits the health of AV businesses by better positioning the entire industry to address new market opportunities, reducing exposure to a variety of business risks and strengthening the very foundation of the economy,” De Bono declares. “By its very nature, the AV industry is well positioned to make substantial progress in areas related to responsible waste management, lifecycle carbon-emission reduction and reduced energy usage.” 

SAVe Certification 

SAVe, which officially bowed earlier this year, offers a “SAVe Certified” certification program. It enables AV companies to develop a sustainability plan using an assessment tool to identify ways to advance sustainability efforts. For example, Issaquah, Wash.-based audiovisual integrator Tempest Technologies recently completed the three-part, two-day educational session, workshop and assessment with the goal of establishing a sustainable development plan specific to the company. 

Debbie Williamson, co-owner and general manager of Tempest Technologies, says that her company has always recognized its responsibility to the community. “Becoming SAVe Certified is part of our effort to take that commitment a step further,” she explains. “It helps us be proactive with clients and manufacturers about the role we can play for the world, our community, our clients and us personally.” Williamson adds that integration companies and their leaders are aware of the waste our industry often generates. She continues, “This is about more than recycling. It’s about what we can do daily, and the influence we can have on our clients, customers and partners. It’s about the legacy we leave for future generations.” 

Related: SAVe Launches Inaugural SAVe Certification Program in Partnership with Tempest Technologies

Williamson adds an important point — namely, that being SAVe Certified can be the start of a process that enables integrators like Tempest Technologies to have conversations with manufacturers and clients. “We don’t have direct control over their decisions,” she acknowledges, “but we will start an education process that can be as illuminating for them as it was for us.” Additionally, by investing in educating the entire team, Williamson says Tempest has begun a dialogue that can lead to change. 

SAVe: A Second Life 

The rapid pace of technological change means that products are being replaced in increasingly shorter cycles. That, of course, can have serious environmental consequences. In 2019, for example, more than 50 million tons of e-waste — including displays, cables, power supplies and other AV equipment — was generated in North America and Europe. That number has increased 21% over the last five years. Less than 20% of used electronics are formally recycled, SAVe reports. And the AV industry has no uniform process, system or policy to deal with where equipment should go at the end of its lifecycle. 

The SAVe: A Second Life program, which is in the early stages of being developed, is about giving AV equipment a second life at the conclusion of its first life. The process involves donating the equipment through the SAVe network. Many folks within the industry have tried to take in used equipment and deliver it to schools and/or donate it to other organizations. This burgeoning program creates a clearer, better-defined pipeline for that.    

NSCA, for its part, has the Stockroom Exchange, where integrators use an online platform to sell parts that they no longer need to other integrators who do need them. “At the end of the day, it’s a lot to manage,” Kelly Perkins, marketing director at The Farm AV and a SAVe Board member, says. “In a lot of situations, it’s been mostly volunteer efforts. But we’re working on guidelines and procedures for how to handle used equipment. We’re going into it with the idea that it needs to scale. Nobody wants to have a giant warehouse full of non-working equipment.” 

De Bono emphasizes that the time to act is right now. “The sustainability to our planet is at stake — as is that of our industry,” she says. “It’s very clear that sustainable practices bear directly on a company’s ability to generate funding, win business, attract employees and lead communities to build healthy and equitable environments.” 

To help volunteer, get SAVe Certified, donate or become a sponsor of SAVe, visit

Mon, 03 Oct 2022 09:39:00 -0500 en text/html
Killexams : Innovative SAP Developer

Innovative SAP Developer

Innovatieve SAP Developer

Would you like to make good use of your front-end, back-end or full-stack SAP developing skills? Do you want to increase your ABAP, UI5 or SAP Cloud Platform knowledge? Are you looking to build state-of-the-art SAP solutions for well-known companies? Do you want to be at the wheel yourself and unleash your creativity? Would you like to determine together with your team which cutting-edge technologies we use to help our customers?

Then stop looking further, Oliver IT is the right place for you. Accept this challenge and contact us quickly. We can't wait to meet you!

About Oliver

Oliver IT was founded in 2009 with the ambition to make SAP more accessible to end users. This ambition still applies with the motto Redefining Simplicity. We are a successful organization with strong growth and a clear focus on innovative projects. We are actively working on innovative techniques such as IoT, VR and Data Science which we apply in various projects. All our 40 employees are passionate about web, mobile, cloud, integration and architecture and are proud of what Oliver IT does for its customers.

Your job

As an SAP developer you are part of the enthusiastic Oliver SAP development team that deals with all aspects of a project on an SAP landscape. Each team member has his or her specialty in the field of SAP development with a focus on ABAP, Gateway, Fiori, Cloud Application Programming and/or Mendix. Your team is supported by a team leader who helps you to progress in the SAP technology areas. You develop applications and enhancements in S/4 HANA or SAP Cloud Platform together with your colleagues. You contribute to the mapping of processes at the different customers in various industries, you translate these into concrete solutions, and you are able to communicate with the customer in a clear manner.

Your tasks

  • Designing and developing applications and extensions for an SAP landscape
  • Fulfill various roles within the organization, such as technical specialist within a SCRUM team, exploring a new technology or participating in a pre-sales process
  • Willing to learn skills and to share your expertise with your colleagues

Who you are?

An experienced and enthusiastic SAP developer who wants to keep up with the latest SAP techniques and is not afraid to keep innovating. You combine your knowledge and experience with the latest trends in SAP development. This ensures the most optimal, high-quality, suitable SAP solutions. You know how to approach and work in a structured manner. You can also translate your insights into coherent improvements and innovations. As a person you are inspiring, convincing and analytically strong.


  • Higher professional education or bachelor's degree in Computer Science or similar
  • Passion for SAP Development combined with web and mobile
  • Communicative skills
  • Innovative
  • You have a deep knowledge of ABAP and its many aspects
  • And / or you have experience with Fiori/SAP UI5 and SAP Gateway
  • Bonus: Experience with S/4 HANA
  • Bonus: Experience with SAP Cloud Platform: CAP, MTA apps, Authorizations, Machine Learning, IoT or others
  • Bonus: Experience with development within the logistics (SD / MM / IM / WM) and service and maintenance (CS / PM) SAP modules

We offer you

  • A team with enthusiastic and helpful colleagues
  • Work and experiment with all kinds of different techniques
  • Space for innovation
  • Challenging projects for well-known companies
  • Informal working environment with humor and short communication lines
  • Fancy headquarters in Den Bosch
  • Competitive terms of employment including a 15 inch Macbook Pro, an iPhone and a lease car


Would you like to work with the latest techniques? Do you want to be innovative within challenging projects? Do you want to work for the market leader in web and mobile? Share knowledge and learn with highly experienced colleagues? Playing air-hockey or flying a drone during our Friday afternoon drink? Do you want to take a look at our fantastic office? Meeting your new colleagues? Working for large players in different markets?

If the answer to the above questions is a resounding "YES", then respond quickly to this vacancy! We will then contact you shortly. We hope to see you soon at our office for a cup of coffee.



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Mon, 26 Sep 2022 11:59:00 -0500 NL text/html
Killexams : Most common SAP vulnerabilities attackers try to exploit

Unpatched vulnerabilities, common misconfigurations and hidden flaws in custom code continue to make enterprise SAP applications a target rich environment for attackers at a time when threats like ransomware and credential theft have emerged as major concerns for organizations.

A study that Onapsis conducted last year, in collaboration with SAP, found attackers are continuously targeting vulnerabilities in a wide range of SAP applications including ERP, supply chain management, product life cycle management and customer relationship management.  Active scanning for SAP ports has increased since 2020 among attackers looking to exploit known vulnerabilities, particularly a handful of highly critical CVEs.

The study showed that often attackers have proof-of-concept code for newly disclosed vulnerabilities in as little as 24 hours after initial disclosure. and fully working exploits for them in under three days. Onapsis observed attackers finding and attacking brand new cloud-hosted SAP systems in barely three hours.

Yet, many organizations are continuing to leave SAP applications unpatched or are failing to apply recommended updates for months—and sometimes even years—because of concerns over business disruption and application breakages. A Pathlock sponsored report earlier this year, that was based on a survey of 346 members of the SAPinsider user community, showed 47% of respondents ranking patching as their biggest challenge behind only threat detection.

"With known SAP vulnerabilities totaling 1,143, organizations continue to struggle with prioritizing which of these presents the greatest risk to their specific environment," says Piyush Pandey, CEO of Pathlock. "There must be a shift in mindset to factor in risk levels that allow for immediate mitigations of the most pressing threats," he says.

The security of custom code ranked as the next biggest concern after patching, with 40% identifying it as an issue. The Pathlock survey found many organizations have dozens or even hundreds of SAP systems in place making patching difficult and time consuming, especially because they are trying to avoid disruptions and app breakages.

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Fri, 07 Oct 2022 06:02:00 -0500 en text/html
Killexams : Microsoft debuts PostgreSQL support for Cosmos DB, multiple Azure updates

Microsoft on Wednesday kicked off its annual Ignite conference with multiple updates to Azure cloud services including additions to its Dev Box developer environment, PostgreSQL support for Cosmos DB, invite-only access to the DALL·E 2 OpenAI image-generating software, expansion of the Azure Hybrid Benefit program, and a cost saving plan for compute.

The announcements are part of Microsoft's overall strategy to position Azure as a developer's hub, with a growing array of developer tools.

Microsoft Dev Box, which was first showcased in August and continues to remain in preview, is a service that provides cloud-based, ready-to-code virtual workstations.

“We’re announcing Visual Studio images for Microsoft Dev Box… With Visual Studio available as soon as a developer creates a dev box, developers can save time and focus on coding what matters,’’ the company said in a statement, without indicating when the product would be made generally available.

Typically, developers need to get Visual Studio, an Integrated Development Environment, (also known as an IDE), and configure it so that it has the settings they need to write code, said Arnal Dayaratna, research vice president of software development at IDC.

“This process of downloading and configuring an IDE is time consuming and can involve a tremendous amount of manual work on the part of a developer, prior to writing a single line of code,” Dayaratna added.

Copyright © 2022 IDG Communications, Inc.

Wed, 12 Oct 2022 04:00:00 -0500 en text/html
Killexams : 4 Tech Giant Executives Resolve Four Major AI/ML Adoption Obstacles in the Enterprise No result found, try new keyword!Yet, AI adoption is not straightforward. What are some major obstacles keeping firms from utilizing the enormous potential of this new technology? Four AI executives from large tech corporations sat ... Mon, 10 Oct 2022 01:34:00 -0500 en-US text/html Killexams : Grounded: How to find Sap

One of the most important resources that players will need to track down during the early-game of Grounded is Sap, as it's often used in many common crafting recipes. However, unlike other basic materials like Grass, it's not immediately clear where players can actually find Sap in the vast open world of the Backyard.

If you're in need of Sap but you're not sure where to look for it, follow this guide. It has everything you need to know about finding Sap, including where it's located, what to look for, and some of the valuable items you can make with it.

Sap locations and where to find in Grounded

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In Grounded, Sap is often found on pieces of wood all over the Backyard. That means you can find it pretty much everywhere, although biomes that have plenty of wood in them will likely have more Sap than ones that don't. Overall, the best place to find Sap is in the Oak Hill area near and underneath the large oak tree in the eastern portion of the map, though you can also find plenty of Sap in the Woodpile to the far northwest and the Grasslands area in the center of the map as well.