Building End-to-End Integration Scenarios Using SAP’s Eclipse-Based Tools (Presented by SAP)
Implementing and running integration centric processes has always been a huge challenge: several disparate systems have to be connected to each other resulting in many development artifacts that have to be developed, maintained, transported, and kept in synch over a long period of time.
SAP has addressed these challenges with a set of new Eclipse-based tools. By using an end-to-end integration scenario, this session explains how SAP’s tools work together to help developers in mastering the complex development process, especially for integration projects.
Attendees will be shown how to:
- develop service interfaces representing the messages being exchanged with the backend systems
- model stateless integration flows representing the message transfer within an enterprise service bus
- model stateful integration-centric processes in order to correlate messages to each other
- run and monitor integration processes on a Java-based application server
As the setup for implementing these kinds of scenarios is too complex for a hands-on session, this workshop will primarily focus on demos of the respective tools. Attendees are expected to have a basic understanding of the problems developers are facing in integration-related projects.