Operational Incident Management Reporting
About this Webinar:
With most applications, there is some degree of operational reporting required to provide users with insight into the state of the application. If only there was an easy way to provide these operational reports and some lightweight analytics via charts and graphs to provide such insight. As luck would have it, SAP provides its customers with a framework called Fiori elements.
In this session, we will create an application based on Fiori elements using the standard list report and object page floorplan and extend it with a custom page. Attendees of this session will quickly realize there isn’t always a requirement to build a front end when you can just configure one. Join us to see for yourself.
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 Hans-Jürgen Richstein:
Hans-Jürgen (Hansi) Richstein is chief development architect at SAP Design/UX Engineering, focusing on Fiori elements floorplans for OData v4.
Hansi joined SAP in 1998 after working for four years at the IBM European Networking Center in Heidelberg. He was involved in the development of several SAP technologies, like Document Management, Business By Design, and Mobile Applications. In 2012, he was part of the early Fiori founding team and has been working on multiple aspects of this topic ever since.
About Christian Kolbowski:
Christian Kolbowski is a development architect at SAP UX Engineering, focusing on Fiori elements floorplans oData v4 architecture.
Christian joined SAP in 2001, starting as a developer in the area of SAP Procurement. Since then, he has been involved in the development of several SAP solutions like SAP Supply Chain Management and Business By Design. Being a full-stack developer at heart, Christian enjoys bringing the development experience forward by continuously putting the Fiori programming model on the test bed, from the definition of the back-end service to the implementation of the user interface on top of it.
Living near Karlsruhe in Germany, Christian enjoys spending time with his wife, two kids, and two cats in his spare-time, as well as getting some kicks, and closer to nature, riding on his mountain bike.