The SAP Community has been a place for experts to share their knowledge. Our reputation program allowed us to recognize members, but while the program is temporarily on hold, we are keeping the tradition of recognition alive with SAP Community Awards! Open to all members, there are two award types: Citizenship Awards and Appreciation Awards.
Every company – regardless of size or industry – must eliminate silos and drive digital innovation by connecting business processes with new technology, software, devices, and people. In this blog post, SAP’s Bernd Leukert talks about how openness allows you to further expand your network, offering customers, partners, and developers the chance to actively contribute to an ever-increasing ecosystem.
Cloud Foundry plays a central role in SAP’s platform as a service (PaaS) strategy. SAP has now delivered Cloud Foundry as additional generally available environment of the SAP Cloud Platform offering. With this, the SAP Cloud Platform continues to leverage open-source technologies gains additional flexibility and capabilities.
SAP CTO Bjoern Goerke blogs about today’s announcement at SAPPHIRENOW in Orlando SAP: general availability of the Cloud Foundry-based environment on SAP Cloud Platform. Since its incubation, openness has been a key principle guiding every decision and many of the announcements shared today build on that philosophy.
At the beginning of the year SAP Mentor Matthias Steiner posted a teaser on Twitter stating that 2017 would be a big year for SAP Cloud Platform and he was right! In this blog post, Matthias looks at the traditional cloud model and explains SAP’s strategy for SAP Cloud Platform.
Cloud Foundry-based environment on SAP Cloud Platform includes an SAP HANA as a Service offering, which enables the XS Advanced Programming Model now also on SAP Cloud Platform. If you don’t know the XS Advanced Programming Model, learn more in this blog post by Sven Kohlhaas.
Koen Hesters has been a community member for 3 years, and while that may seem like a short span of time compared to other Member of the Month winners, the entrepreneur behind a "one-man show" has accomplished a lot in a little time: 30 badges, nearly as many blog posts, dozens of followers, and 100 questions answered this year alone.
Jun Wu is the Member of the Month for April 2017. With more than 170 followers and more than 330 answers since launch, he has spent approximately a decade establishing himself as an expert and a valuable source of information for SAP Community members.
Raghu Govindarajan is the Member of the Month for March 2017. Frequently seen in Q&A and Coffee Corner, Raghu has responded to more than 200 questions since the new platform launched in October! He also shares constructive criticism about the new platform, further helping to make the community better for everyone.
Joachim Rees is the Member of the Month for February 2017. Joachim has been with the community for a decade, and throughout the years, he has written more than his fair share of blog posts and has done his part answering questions. Since the transition from SCN to SAP Community, however, Joachim has distinguished himself.
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Learn about the SAP Mentors program – a global advocacy program of the most influential community participants in the SAP ecosystem. These bloggers, consultants, and active community members keep SAP relevant.