Servcie-oriented Architecture is the underlying technology for the current hype of Cloud Computing where every computer can chat with every other computing device in real-time.

Cloud Computing Book

Computing Cloud

Cloud Computing - correctly: a Computing Cloud - is a colloquial expression used to describe a variety of different computing concepts that involve a large number of computers that are connected through a real-time communication network. Cloud Computing is a jargon term with no distinct and non-ambiguous scientific or technical term definition that is commonly accepted.

Webshop API for SAP

Logosworld eCOM API is a full featured interface layer to connect high performance web shops to an ABAP based SAP ERP machine.
It works with a variety of commercial web shop engines like Hybris or OXID and gives both web shop and ABAP developers a handy toolbox to implement the special ecommerce patterns.

5 Day Cloud Computing Work Shop

Curriculum of the 5 day seminar:

  1. Day1: Cloud Computing –Different variations of cloud computing

  • Day 1 will define the terminology and its various interpretations in real practice. Examples of typical use cases and the basic principles of cloud computing will be covered in much detail.
  • Platform, Infrastructure and software as a Service
  • Service reuse in a cloud
  • Grid computing
  • Elastic computing cloud
  • Use cases for cloud computing

Introduction to Cloud Computing Practice

Cloud computing has become the flag ship and common denominator for various kinds and aspects of distributed computing.
Cloud computing has already started to become the next industrial revolution. While in the past decades computing practice mainly dealt with small, closed circuit projects that were restricted to a department, cloud computing faces completely different challenges when suddenly many different independent parties are involved.

Ultra Large Systems and Big Data - Hana is not the solution

The big word of the second decade of this century will be "Big data". The affluence of information is growing steadily and exponentially. The demand to access information anywhere from everywhere is unstoppable. In a sheer consequence the information will float around in the internet, eventually every computer in the world will be able to talk to any other computer in the same universe. We are no longer talking about a mere network of computers but of Ultra-Large systems. There are typical use cases for such ultra-large systems are High-performance web shops, information harvesters.

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