Enterprise Messaging Meets Cloud Application Programming Model
Thursday, January 30, 2020, 01:00 PM EST
About this Webinar:
Join us for our first session of 2020’s SCP in the Garage as we dive into enabling events. Event enablement will allow us to loosely couple the application to other services that we will see in upcoming sessions. In order to do this, we need to connect the CAP (SAP Cloud Platform Application Programming model) based Node JS implementation to the enterprise messaging service running on Cloud Foundry. In this session, David Kunz from our CAP engineering team will join us to walk me through how I can generate events within the CAP project to be consumed by a variety of event consumers in later episodes of the Garage. David is the man behind the framework within CAP, providing connectivity to and use of the enterprise messaging service. Join us for this informative and exciting session on January 30.
About Scott Dillon:
Scott Dillon has been helping customers find success with SAP solutions for over 15 years.
Currently a member of the SAP Cloud Platform Center of Excellence for North America, Scott enjoys applying his background as an enterprise architect to the platform-as-a-service space to show customers better ways to build, extend, and integrate their applications. He is grateful to have the opportunity to meet with customers across North America and help them design and achieve their digital transformation strategies.
Away from the office, Scott enjoys spending time with his family in Ottawa, as well as a good day out fishing or helping people learn to ski in the colder months.
About David Kunz:
David Kunz is a core development specialist for the Node.js runtime of the SAP Cloud Application Programming Model. After finishing his PhD in theoretical particle physics, David followed his vocation for programming. He is always striving to gain comprehensive knowledge of emerging technologies and advocates for superior paradigms and tools for efficient development.