SAP NetWeaver Integration Technology - Overview

BIT100 3 days


SAP NetWeaver Integration Technology - Overview

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  • Recognize when a business process requires integration scenarios
  • Describe the basics of integration technologies
  • Understand the process integration requirements and know how to implement these requirements
  • Familiarize yourself with the SAP integration tools and how they operate
  • Determine the integration solutions SAP already delivers
  • Find the best solutions for your own integration requirements


  • Developers and consultants who want to configure integration scenarios using SAP
  • NetWeaver Process Integration Technology Consultants
  • Project managers in the integration area
  • Technical project managers
  • System architecture managers who are responsible for integration issues
  • Technology Consultants
  • System Integrators
  • Project team members, assigned to integration topics
  • Developers who are assigned to integration projects
  • Customers who want to implement integration processes
  • Anyone who is interested in integration processes in SAP NetWeaver
  • Support Consultants of SAP customers
  • Super User / Key Power User in the integration area



  • Basic knowledge of SAP NetWeaver


  • SAPTEC Fundamentals of SAP Web AS
  • Basic knowledge of integration technologies


  • Overview of the IT Scenario for Integration in SAP
  • Basics of the Interface Technology
  • RFC Based Integration Concepts
  • Use of SAP NetWeaver PI for Integration Projects
  • SAP NetWeaver PI Design Time Concepts
  • SAP NetWeaver PI Configuration Time Concepts
  • SAP NetWeaver PI Runtime Concepts
  • SAP NetWeaver PI Connectivity Options
  • ccBPM and SAP BPM
  • Introduction to Web Service and SOA


  • This course is an introductory course. It provides basic knowledge of integration technology in SAP NetWeaver
  • The implementation and all related aspects of SAP NetWeaver PI are covered in various courses, like BIT400, BIT430, BIT 460, TBIT44 and TBIT51. For more details, please refer to the BIT curriculum.

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