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How to survive in SAP Netweaver World?

Posted: July 4th, 2008 | Author: | Filed under: SAP/Unix | 2 Comments »

We need to keep ourselves updated to stay ahead in the race as the technical world keeps changing, and SAP is no different. If you are a Basis administrator/consultant, you need to update/upgrade your current skills for the requirements of SAP Netweaver.

Give me six hours to chop down a tree and I will spend the first four sharpening the axe – Abraham Lincoln

A new article on by Kent Sanders talks about transferring your skills from Basis to Netweaver. The article not only tells you the road ahead for Basis consultants but also explains how you can get to that road.

The key points raised by author are:
Java is the way ahead: As more companies are opting for portals and web business, you can not avoid Java.

Go for Solution Manager or Enterprise Service Oriented Architecture ( eSOA)

If you want to stay up with the latest in SAP technology and differentiate yourself from your Basis competition, then mastering the SAP Java Application Server, enterprise SOA technology, and Solution Manager will keep you ahead of the game.

Read complete article on SearchSAP

On a related note do check the tips from Prem Sagar about how to survive an IT slowdown.

2 Comments on “How to survive in SAP Netweaver World?”

  1. 1 Bookmarks about Sap said at 3:01 am on August 28th, 2008:

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  2. 2 Santosh Chaitanya P.S.V said at 12:48 pm on March 17th, 2009:

    hi Sudheer,

    This Blog really Helps every BASIS Consultant…
    Thanks for the Info….

    Thanks and Regards,
    Santosh Chaitanya P.S.V

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