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Scaling SAP Process Orchestration

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In case you need some options how to define and scale your PO landscape… High-Available (HA) Setup:  It is recommended to run the SCS (Central Message Server, Enqueue Server, Gateway)…

SAP Middleware comparison: CPI vs. PO

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  There are some blog posts existing about comparing SAP´s Middleware Solutions from an architectural perspective: On-Premise: SAP Process Orchestration (PO), with SAP PI, SAP BPM, SAP BRM Cloud: SAP…

Dead-Letter Queue handling with Azure Service Bus

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We have recently added a Dead Letter Queue (DLQ) Support to our AMQP Adapter. This document explains the use and configuration. Scenario with Microsoft Azure Service Bus: A sender channel…

WHINT AWS SQS Adapter (On-Premise)

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Functionality This JCA Adapter for SAP PI / SAP Process Orchestration (PO) connects to Amazon Web Service´s (AWS) Simple Queue Service (SQS) as well as Simple Notification Service (SNS) in a reliable…

Integration Cookbook for SAP Middleware

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Our Integration Cookbook is a collection of Good & Best Practices for SAP middleware products: SAP Process Integration (PI) SAP Process Orchestration (PO) SAP Business Process Management (BPM) SAP Cloud Platform Integration…

Process Modeling Principles for Interface Designers

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This article is part of our Integration Cookbook. Modularization Limit the process model to 25 – 50 steps to keep them manageable. This can be achieved by hiding complexity in sub-processes. Interface…