Enterprise Architect

Wednesday 6th June 2018 at 9:30am - 4:30pm

SAP Objects House, Maidenhead

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This event will focus on SAP Integration Patterns and a look at GDPR (part 2) from an Enterprise Architects perspective.

Mark Darbyshire from SAP & the EA Team will deliver a GDPR Update.

We would like you to share your experience of GDPR implementations at this meeting, even if it is only a short 5 minute update on what your organisation has done so far, please be prepared to particpate in the GDPR Dicussion.

Mark Todd, James Howgego & Mark Darbyshire from SAP will present Specific products and business networks that can help with GDPR, and the role they play in the overall architecture:

  • SAP Information Lifecycle Management
  • SAP Information Steward
  • SuccessFactors
  • SAP Celonis

The EA Team will also present:

SAP Integration:

  • Brief Leonardo update in light of ongoing Sapphire conference
  • SAP Integration strategy from the SAP CIO
  • SAP Cloud Platform and SAP Process Orchestration

Integration patterns with SCP and PO:

  • On premise, Cloud, Hybrid and the Cloud Connector
  • Mobile services, UX

The Enterprise Architect SIG has been introduced for specific types of job roles, with essential technology and architectural experience. The SIG excludes roles such as:

  • ABAP developers
  • Companies with limited/v small SAP installations
  • Project managers
  • Roles in IT operations

Event Resources

Enterprise Architect SIG Presentations- 6th June 2018 (3.99 MB)
SAP Integration Overview (5.73 MB)
Support for General Data Protection Regulation - Mark Darbyshire, SAP (14.11 MB)

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