In part two of Dick Hirsch's series on enterprise microservices, Hirsch takes the reader on an illustrated dive into the SAP Hybris YaaS microservices approach. Crunching data from SAP Hybris, Hirsch analyzes SAP's microservices release schedules and patterns. He also reflects on how microservices might impact S/4HANA, and the SAP Cloud Platform.
At the SAP Hybris event in Munich, SAP announced the SAP Hybris Revenue Cloud offering - the latest in a series of commercial microservices offerings. In this analysis, Dick Hirsch explains why microservices are becoming a factor for enterprise software vendors. He also breaks out several types of microservices, and the relevance of each.
Dick Hirsch unravels the hairball of relationships that SAP enjoys within the context of Cloud Foundry and discovers that SAP developers can benefit - provided SAP contributes.
Dick Hirsch picks apart the future vehicle networks that both SAP and Salesforce are proposing
SAP shifts towards business process as a service with its latest HCP release. It reflects a movement vertically in the cloud stack towards features usually associated with SaaS applications.
I haven’t written about SAP’s next generation Business Suite - S/4 HANA - since the Sapphire event, so wanted to catch up on what has been happening regarding this new offering. I’ve picked out a few related topics for deeper analysis.
Dick Hirsch whiteboards SAP S/4 HANA so that CTOs don't have to.
Dick Hirsch unpicks the SAP S4/HANA pricing model, offering advice on how to think about this in transitions to SAP cloud offerings.
Dick Hirsch trawls the SAP related career site, looking for clues about the company's cloud development strategy.
Dick Hirsch adds some technical flavor to the ongoing discussion around SAP S/4HANA. He too has open questions.
The SAP FKOM Tweetstream provided an excellent source for harvesting sentiment about S4HANA - here's our analysis
Picking apart the component elements that are in SAP's s-Innovations line up. There's more than meets the eye. It is simpler than it looks, to the trained observer.
As SAP TechED && d-code Berlin looms, Dick Hirsch attempts to untangle the web of SAP HEC and HCP acronyms in the context of SAP's cloud strategy.