The SAP ERP architecture has evolved and been refined over a number of decades. This course primarily discusses the SAP R/3 client-server architecture in the context of work processes, SAP R/3 instances, and system landscapes as well as the NetWeaver components that have been introduced to extend SAP R/3 capabilities. It explores how the various SAP systems can be configured to fit your business needs and budget. This course focuses on the use of SAP R/3, and offers additional information about the upgrades offered in SAP ERP 6.0, particularly the evolution of the R/3 architecture to web services, or Service Oriented Architecture (SOA).

Learning objectives

  • Match components of the SAP R/3 application layer with their functions
  • Determine which SAP R/3 configuration is most appropriate in a given scenario
  • Determine which components are applicable at different layers of the client/server architecture, in a given scenario
  • Associate the components of work processes with their functions
  • Recognise how work processes function in SAP R/3
  • Determine the SAP R/3 system landscape and its associated R/3 instances in a given scenario
  • Determine which NetWeaver configuration will meet given business needs
  • Identify which NetWeaver components will address given business needs
  • Define an SAP landscape for a given scenario

Audience

Project team members involved in implementing SAP; trainee technical consultants on SAP implementation projects; and anyone requiring an overview of the SAP solution set

90 Minutes

365 Days

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