Recently, I was excited to see the core of the SAP Business One Cloud Control Center (CCC) appear in the main architecture of SAP Business One 9.3. As we kickoff our July focus topics of cloud and e-commerce, here are some lessons learned from my initial experience with Centralized Deployment in SAP Business One.
For our July focus on Cloud, SAP's Michael Cardi will present on Thursday, July 19, 2018. This session will explore the options for deploying SAP Business One in the cloud, as well as what each of those options entail.
As part of our July curriculum focuses of Cloud and E-Commerce with SAP Business One, we will host our monthly "Ask the Expert" webcast with Richard Duffy on Tuesday, July 31, 2018 (rescheduled from July 5). These interactive webcasts are designed to be open conversations with the live attendees, as well as answer questions that come up in our community forum.
In our monthly webcast cadence with SAP, Eddy Neveux discusses our ONE.Source curriculum theme for February: Integration.
Topics include the SAP Business One SDK, Data Interface API (DI API) and User Interface API (UI API), Integration Framework (B1iF), and development tools. The session also covers SAP Business One, version for SAP HANA, as well as SAP Business One Cloud.
As we discussed at the Biz.ONE Conference in October, the evolution of SAP Business One to the cloud has been an ongoing journey. As with many ERP solutions, there have been a number of stops along the way and the occasional change of product strategy and direction driven by the broader SAP platform strategy.
With a new year just around the corner and Biz.ONE receding in the rearview mirror (don't worry, it will be back in 2018), it's a good time to take stock of the choices that are available for you when considering SAP Business One in the..
The cloud is quickly moving past the hype to deliver tangible and transformational value. Across the board, cloud-based products and services are growing to the point where more than 92 percent of all workloads will be processed in cloud data centers by 2020.