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TítuloSAP Cloud Platform Integration
SubtítuloThe Comprehensive Guide
AutorJohn Mutumba Bilay, Peter Gutsche, Mandy Krimmel, Volker Stiehl
IdiomaInglés
EditorialSAP PRESS
EdiciónTercera
Año de publicación2020

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SAP Cloud Platform Integration
The Comprehensive Guide

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CARACTERÍSTICAS

— Título: SAP Cloud Platform Integration
— Subtítulo: The Comprehensive Guide
— Editorial: SAP PRESS
— Autores: John Mutumba Bilay, Peter Gutsche, Mandy Krimmel, Volker Stiehl
— Idioma: Inglés
— Edición: Tercera
— Año: 2020
— ISBN: 978-1-4932-1965-0
— Páginas: 906


DESCRIPCIÓN

Bring your cloud and on-premise applications together with SAP Cloud Platform Integration! Learn how to integrate processes and data in your system, step-by-step, by developing and configuring integration flows in the Cloud Foundry and Neo environments. Explore prepackaged integration content in the integration content catalog, debug and secure integration projects, enable B2B integration, develop custom adapters, and more. With this guide, master SAP Cloud Platform Integration!

— Set up and use SAP Cloud Platform Integration in the Cloud Foundry and Neo environments
— Model synchronous, asynchronous, and B2B integration scenarios
— Learn to monitor, maintain, and secure integration flows


En este libro, aprenderás sobre:

• Fundamentals
Find out how SAP Cloud Platform Integration fits into SAP's cloud strategy. Whether you’re in the Cloud Foundry or Neo environment, explore its architecture and tools, and learn how to run your first integration flow.

• Integration Development
Using prepackaged integration content? Developing custom integrations? Either way, this guide has you covered with step-by-step instructions and screenshots. Master the SAP Cloud Platform Integration runtime, including processes like debugging and error handling.

• Updated and Expanded
Revised to include new SAP Cloud Platform Integration features including open connectors, ELSTER integration, AMQP and JMS adapters, integration flow processing simulation, and how to use the service on both Cloud Foundry and Neo.

Puntos destacados:

— Integration flows
— Integration content catalog
— Modeling synchronous and asynchronous scenarios
— Debugging
— Security
— B2B integration
— Root cause analysis
— Web UI
— Message mappings
— SAP API Management


TABLA DE CONTENIDO

• Foreword by Gunther Rothermel
• Preface
— Structure of the Book
— Sample Applications
— Who This Book Is For
• Acknowledgments
— John Mutumba Bilay
— Peter Gutsche
— Mandy Krimmel
• 1 Introduction to SAP Cloud Platform Integration
— 1.1 The Role of SAP Cloud Platform Integration in a Cloud-Based Strategy
— 1.2 Use Cases
—— 1.2.1 Point-to-Point versus Mediated Communication
—— 1.2.2 Message-Based Process Integration
—— 1.2.3 Cloud-to-Cloud Integration
—— 1.2.4 Cloud-to-On-Premise Integration
—— 1.2.5 On-Premise-to-On-Premise Integration
—— 1.2.6 Hybrid Usage of Cloud and On-Premise Integration Solutions
—— 1.2.7 Usage in Different Cloud Environments
— 1.3 Capabilities
—— 1.3.1 Integration Platform-as-a-Service
—— 1.3.2 Message Processing Step Types (Integration Capabilities)
—— 1.3.3 Connectivity Options
—— 1.3.4 Prepackaged Integration Content
—— 1.3.5 Security Features
—— 1.3.6 High Availability
—— 1.3.7 Integration Design and Monitoring Tools
— 1.4 Editions
— 1.5 Summary
• 2 Getting Started
— 2.1 Architecture Overview
—— 2.1.1 Containerized and Clustered Integration Platform
—— 2.1.2 Basic Constituents of the Integration Platform
—— 2.1.3 Architecture Including User Access and Data Storage Areas
—— 2.1.4 Secure Communication
—— 2.1.5 Implementation of Message Flows
—— 2.1.6 Architecture Summary
—— 2.1.7 Environment-Specific Aspects of the Architecture
— 2.2 Tools and Processes
—— 2.2.1 Tools
—— 2.2.2 Processes
— 2.3 Running Your First Integration Scenario
—— 2.3.1 Demo Scenario and Landscape
—— 2.3.2 Prerequisites
—— 2.3.3 Setting Up the Landscape and the Technical Connections
—— 2.3.4 Developing the Integration Flow
—— 2.3.5 Creating and Deploying a User Credentials Artifact
—— 2.3.6 Importing Certificates Required by the Mail Server into Keystore
— 2.4 Summary
• 3 SAP Integration Content Catalog
— 3.1 Introduction to the SAP Integration Content Catalog
— 3.2 Terms and Conditions of Using Prepackaged Integration Content
—— 3.2.1 Quick Configure versus Content Edit
—— 3.2.2 Notify about Update (Manual Updates)
—— 3.2.3 Automatic Updates
— 3.3 Consuming Prepackaged Content
—— 3.3.1 Searching the SAP Integration Content Catalog
—— 3.3.2 Importing Prepackaged Integration Content
—— 3.3.3 Modifying or Configuring the Integration Package
—— 3.3.4 Deploy Content
— 3.4 Prepackaged Content Provided by SAP
—— 3.4.1 Content for SAP SuccessFactors
—— 3.4.2 Content for SAP Cloud for Customer
—— 3.4.3 Content for Integrating with SAP C/4HANA
—— 3.4.4 Content for Integrating with the Ariba Network
—— 3.4.5 Content for Globalization Scenarios
—— 3.4.6 Content for ELSTER Integration
— 3.5 Creating Your Own Content Package
— 3.6 Summary
• 4 Basic Integration Scenarios
— 4.1 Working with SAP Cloud Platform Integration’s Data Model
—— 4.1.1 Message Processing: The Apache Camel Framework
—— 4.1.2 Exercise: Working with Apache Camel’s Message Model
—— 4.1.3 Connecting and Configuring a Sender with an Integration Flow
—— 4.1.4 Adding and Configuring Steps in the Integration Flow
—— 4.1.5 Checking Configuration Using the Problems Tab
—— 4.1.6 Running the Integration Flow
—— 4.1.7 Troubleshooting
— 4.2 Using Externalization to Enable Easy Reuse of Integration Flows
—— 4.2.1 Externalizing
—— 4.2.2 Configuring and Running the Scenario
— 4.3 Content Enrichment by Invoking an OData Service
—— 4.3.1 The Target Scenario
—— 4.3.2 Invoking an OData Service
—— 4.3.3 Configuring the OData Connection
—— 4.3.4 Creating the Resource Path Using the Query Editor
—— 4.3.5 Using the Content Enricher Step
— 4.4 Working with Mappings
—— 4.4.1 The Scenario
—— 4.4.2 Adding and Using Resources via the Resources Tab
—— 4.4.3 Applying the Mapping Step in the Message Processing Chain
—— 4.4.4 Using Value Mappings to Enhance Your Scenario
— 4.5 Defining and Provisioning an OData Service
—— 4.5.1 The Target Scenario
—— 4.5.2 Providing an OData Service
— 4.6 Working with an Aggregator
—— 4.6.1 Sample Scenario
—— 4.6.2 Sending Messages via SoapUI
— 4.7 Summary
• 5 Advanced Integration Scenarios
— 5.1 Message Routing
—— 5.1.1 The Scenario
—— 5.1.2 Configuration of the Content-Based Router
—— 5.1.3 Running the Content-Based Router Scenario
— 5.2 Working with Lists
—— 5.2.1 The Scenario
—— 5.2.2 Configuring the Integration Flow
—— 5.2.3 Running the Integration Flow
—— 5.2.4 Enriching Individual Messages with Additional Data
— 5.3 Asynchronous Message Handling
—— 5.3.1 Synchronous versus Asynchronous Communication from the SAP Cloud Platform Integration Perspective
—— 5.3.2 Adding an Asynchronous Receiver
—— 5.3.3 Routing a Message to Multiple Receivers Using the Multicast Pattern
— 5.4 Reliable Messaging Using the JMS Adapter
—— 5.4.1 Asynchronous Decoupling of Inbound Communication
—— 5.4.2 Configuring Retry for Multiple Receivers
—— 5.4.3 Configuring Explicit Retry with Alternative Processing
— 5.5 Using Event-Driven Messaging
—— 5.5.1 Configuring a Publish-Subscribe Scenario
—— 5.5.2 Reading Business Details from Providers
—— 5.5.3 Sending Events to SAP Cloud Platform Enterprise Messaging
— 5.6 Summary
• 6 Special Topics in Integration Development
— 6.1 Timer-Based Message Transfers
—— 6.1.1 The Scenario
—— 6.1.2 Configuring a Timer-Based Integration Flow
—— 6.1.3 Running the Integration Flow
— 6.2 Using Dynamic Configuration via Headers or Properties
—— 6.2.1 An Integration Flow with a Dynamically Configured Attribute
—— 6.2.2 Monitoring Dynamically Configured Attributes at Runtime
—— 6.2.3 Using Predefined Headers and Properties to Retrieve Specific Data Provided by the Integration Framework
— 6.3 Structuring Large Integration Flows Using Local Processes
—— 6.3.1 Managing Complexity through Modularization
—— 6.3.2 Developing an Integration Flow with a Local Integration Process
—— 6.3.3 Using Exception Subprocesses
— 6.4 Connecting Integration Flows Using the ProcessDirect Adapter
—— 6.4.1 Use Cases for the ProcessDirect Adapter
—— 6.4.2 A Simple Example
—— 6.4.3 Using Variables to Share Data between Different Integration Flows
—— 6.4.4 Dynamic Endpoint Configuration with the ProcessDirect Adapter
— 6.5 Connecting to a Database Using the JDBC Adapter
—— 6.5.1 JDBC Adapter Concepts
—— 6.5.2 Setting Up a Database System
—— 6.5.3 Setting Up an Example Scenario
— 6.6 Versioning and Migration of Integration Flows
—— 6.6.1 Integration Flow Component Versions
—— 6.6.2 Upgrading an Integration Flow Component
—— 6.6.3 Adapting Integration Content for SAP Process Orchestration
— 6.7 Simulation of Integration Flow Processing
— 6.8 Transporting Integration Packages to Another Tenant
—— 6.8.1 Manually Transporting Integration Packages
—— 6.8.2 Transporting Integration Packages Using CTS+
—— 6.8.3 Transporting Integration Packages Using the Cloud-Based Transport Management Service
— 6.9 Using the Adapter Development Kit (ADK)
—— 6.9.1 Overview
—— 6.9.2 Installing the Adapter Development Kit
—— 6.9.3 Developing a Sample Adapter (Neo and Cloud Foundry)
—— 6.9.4 Deploying the Adapter (Neo)
—— 6.9.5 Deploying the Adapter (Cloud Foundry)
—— 6.9.6 Testing the New Adapter
— 6.10 Guidelines for Integration Flow Development
—— 6.10.1 Running an Integration Flow Under Well-Defined Boundary Conditions
—— 6.10.2 Relaxing Dependencies to External Components
—— 6.10.3 Keeping Readability in Mind
—— 6.10.4 Handling Errors Gracefully
—— 6.10.5 Applying the Highest Security Standards
—— 6.10.6 Additional Best Practices
— 6.11 Summary
• 7 B2B Integration with the SAP Cloud Platform Integration Suite
— 7.1 B2B Capabilities in the SAP Cloud Platform Integration Suite: Overview
— 7.2 Defining Interfaces and Mappings in the SAP Cloud Platform Integration Advisor
—— 7.2.1 Creating Message Implementation Guidelines
—— 7.2.2 Configuring Mapping Guidelines
—— 7.2.3 Generating the Runtime Content
— 7.3 Configuring a B2B Scenario with AS2 Sender and IDoc Receiver Adapters
—— 7.3.1 Creating an Integration Flow Using a Template
—— 7.3.2 Configuring the AS2 Sender Channel to Receive EDI Messages
—— 7.3.3 Adding an IDoc Receiver
—— 7.3.4 Configuring Acknowledgment Handling
— 7.4 Using the Partner Directory for Partner-Specific Configuration Data
—— 7.4.1 Concept of the Partner Directory
—— 7.4.2 Using a Receiver Endpoint URL Dynamically in the Integration Flow
—— 7.4.3 Storing the Partner-Specific Endpoint URL in the Partner Directory
— 7.5 Summary
• 8 SAP Cloud Platform Integration Operations
— 8.1 Operations: Overview
— 8.2 Monitoring Integration Content and Message Processing
—— 8.2.1 Managing Integration Content
—— 8.2.2 Log Configuration
—— 8.2.3 Monitoring Message Processing
—— 8.2.4 Managing Tiles
— 8.3 Managing Security
—— 8.3.1 Maintaining Security Material
—— 8.3.2 Managing the Keystore
—— 8.3.3 Defining User Roles
—— 8.3.4 Maintaining Certificate-to-User Mappings
—— 8.3.5 Defining Access Policies
—— 8.3.6 Managing JDBC Data Sources
—— 8.3.7 Testing Outbound Connectivity
— 8.4 Managing Temporary Data
—— 8.4.1 Monitoring Data Stores
—— 8.4.2 Monitoring Variables
—— 8.4.3 Maintaining Message Queues
—— 8.4.4 Maintaining Number Ranges
— 8.5 Accessing Logs
—— 8.5.1 Monitoring Audit Logs
—— 8.5.2 Checking System Log Files
— 8.6 Managing Locks
— 8.7 Summary
• 9 Application Programming Interfaces
— 9.1 Introduction
— 9.2 Java APIs Provided by SAP Cloud Platform Integration
— 9.3 Using the Java API in a User-Defined Function
— 9.4 Using the Script Step
—— 9.4.1 Target Scenario
—— 9.4.2 Enhancing the Integration Flow
— 9.5 OData API
—— 9.5.1 SAP API Business Hub
—— 9.5.2 Cross-Site Request Forgery Token Handling for Neo
—— 9.5.3 Monitoring Message Flows Using the API
—— 9.5.4 Managing Deployed Integration Content Using the API
—— 9.5.5 Managing Log Files Using the APIs
—— 9.5.6 Managing Message Store Entries Using APIs
—— 9.5.7 Managing Security Material Using the API
—— 9.5.8 Managing the Partner Directory Using the API
— 9.6 Using SAP Cloud Platform Integration with SAP Cloud Platform API Management
—— 9.6.1 Establishing a Connection between SAP Cloud Platform Integration and SAP API Management
—— 9.6.2 Provisioning Application Programming Interfaces
—— 9.6.3 Consuming the Application Programming Interface
— 9.7 Summary
• 10 Integration with SAP Cloud Platform Open Connectors
— 10.1 Introduction
— 10.2 Connectors Catalog
—— 10.2.1 Overview
—— 10.2.2 Information
—— 10.2.3 Setup
—— 10.2.4 Resources
—— 10.2.5 Validation
—— 10.2.6 API Docs
— 10.3 Understanding Connectors
—— 10.3.1 Authenticate Connections with API Providers
—— 10.3.2 Inspect Authenticated Connector Instances
—— 10.3.3 Testing in the API Docs
— 10.4 Understanding Common Resources
—— 10.4.1 Creating a Common Resource
—— 10.4.2 Cloning Common Resources
—— 10.4.3 Transforming Resources
— 10.5 Using SAP Cloud Platform Integration with SAP Cloud Platform Open Connectors
—— 10.5.1 Scenario
—— 10.5.2 The Solution
— 10.6 Summary
• 11 SAP Cloud Platform Integration Security
— 11.1 Technical System Landscape
—— 11.1.1 Architecture
—— 11.1.2 Network Infrastructure
—— 11.1.3 Data Storage Security
—— 11.1.4 Data Protection and Privacy
—— 11.1.5 Physical Data Security
— 11.2 Processes
—— 11.2.1 Software Development Process
—— 11.2.2 Operating the Cloud Infrastructure and Providing and Updating the Software
—— 11.2.3 Setting Up Secure Connections between the Tenant and Remote Systems
— 11.3 User Administration and Authorization
—— 11.3.1 Technical Aspects of User Management
—— 11.3.2 Personas, Roles, and Permissions
—— 11.3.3 Managing Users and Authorizations for an SAP Cloud Platform Integration Subaccount
—— 11.3.4 Authorization on Package and Integration Flow Level
— 11.4 Data and Data Flow Security
—— 11.4.1 Basic Cryptography in a Nutshell
—— 11.4.2 Transport-Level Security Options
—— 11.4.3 Authentication and Authorization
—— 11.4.4 Securely Connecting a Customer System to SAP Cloud Platform Integration (through https)
—— 11.4.5 Setting Up a Scenario Using OAuth with the Twitter Adapter
—— 11.4.6 Message-Level Security Options
—— 11.4.7 Designing Message-Level Security Options in an Integration Flow
— 11.5 Keystore Management
—— 11.5.1 Using X.509 Security Material for SAP Cloud Platform Integration
—— 11.5.2 Managing Security Material in the Tenant Keystore
—— 11.5.3 Managing the Lifecycle of Keys Provided by SAP
— 11.6 Summary
• 12 Productive Scenarios Using SAP Cloud Platform Integration
— 12.1 Integration of SAP Cloud for Customer and SAP ERP
—— 12.1.1 Technical Landscape
—— 12.1.2 Example Adapter Configurations
— 12.2 Integration of SAP Cloud for Customer with SAP S/4HANA Cloud
— 12.3 Integration of SAP Marketing Cloud and Various Applications
— 12.4 Integration of SAP SuccessFactors and SAP ERP
—— 12.4.1 Technical Landscape
—— 12.4.2 SAP SuccessFactors Adapter
— 12.5 Integration of SAP Applications with the Ariba Network
—— 12.5.1 Technical Landscape
— 12.6 Integration with German Tax Authorities Using the ELSTER Adapter
— 12.7 Summary
• 13 Summary and Outlook
— 13.1 Integration Content Design
— 13.2 Operations and Monitoring
— 13.3 Connectivity
— 13.4 B2B Integration
—— 13.4.1 B2B Monitoring
—— 13.4.2 Trading Partner Management
— 13.5 Migration from Neo to Cloud Foundry Environment
— 13.6 Hybrid Deployments on Cloud and On-Premise Infrastructures
— 13.7 Summary
• Appendices
— A Abbreviations
— B Literature
—— B.1 Books
—— B.2 SAP Cloud Platform Integration Related Links
—— B.3 General Online Sources
—— B.4 SAP Communities
— C The Authors
• Index


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