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(HY430) SAP Hybris Data Hub
Code: HY430 v05
Type: null
Tuition (USD): $2250
Length: 3 Days
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Location Date Guaranteed to Run
Live Virtual, US 05/21/2019
Live Virtual, US 08/13/2019
Live Virtual, US 12/03/2019

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Skills Gained:
1) Make effective use of the SAP Hybris Data Hub in projects. 2) Apply foundational technical knowledge in the implementation of data integration scenarios
Who Should Attend?
Software developers Software architects Technical consultants
Prerequisites:
  • Essential: Good Java development skills; Solid understanding of the SAP Hybris Commerce platform data model and ImpEx; Basic Maven knowledge; Basic knowledge of the Spring framework and Spring integration
  • Recommended: HY400
What You Will Learn:
  • 1) Introduction
  • 2) Data Hub Architecture
  • a) Overview
  • b) Architecture
  • c) Data processing constraints
  • d) Data Hub & SAP integration
  • e) Installation
  • f) User Interface
  • g) (Lab) Installing the SAP Hybris Commerce Suite and the Data Hub
  • 3) Data Hub Extensions
  • a) Overview
  • b) Configuration
  • c) Deployment
  • d) (Lab) Workspace setup and extension creation
  • 4) Data Hub Configuration
  • a) Configuration properties
  • b) Authentication
  • c) Debugging
  • d) Logging in the Data Hub
  • e) JMX Beans
  • f) Data Hub shutdown
  • g) (Lab) Configuration
  • 5) Loading Data Into The Data Hub
  • a) The Raw Data Model
  • b) RawItem
  • c) Data feeds and pools
  • d) Spring Integration Adapter
  • e) Events
  • f) Item statuses and lifecycle
  • g) Use cases
  • h) User Interface
  • i) (Lab) Loading data
  • 6) Data Composition
  • a) The Canonical Data Model
  • b) CanonicalItem
  • c) Grouping / Composition
  • d) Composition phase
  • e) Item Statuses and Lifecycle
  • f) User Interface
  • g) Events & SDK
  • h) Data Cleansing
  • i) (Lab) Composition
  • j) (Lab) Grouping and Composition Handlers
  • k) (Lab) Events
  • 7) Data Publication
  • a) Overview
  • b) Target System Definition
  • c) Publication
  • d) Dereferencing during publication
  • e) Publication Filtering
  • f) Publishing Classification Attributes
  • g) Item Statuses and Lifecycle
  • h) Publication Grouping Handlers
  • i) Data Hub SDK
  • j) Deletion
  • k) Dynamic Publication
  • l) Events
  • m) User Interface
  • n) (Lab) Define the target system
  • o) (Lab) Dereferencing / Lookup tables
  • p) (Lab - Optional) Custom Publication Handler
  • 8) Data Hub Adapters
  • a) Overview
  • b) Adapter Services
  • c) CoreAdapterService
  • d) Datahubadapter platform extension
  • e) Troubleshooting
  • f) Writing Custom Adapters
  • g) (Lab) Explore the Data Hub Outbound Service
  • h) (Lab) Explore the SimpleFileAdapter
  • 9) Use Cases
  • a) Extending an Extension
  • b) Dynamic Extensions
  • c) (Lab) Dynamic Extensions
  • 10) Performance
  • a) Best Practices
  • b) Performance Configuration
  • c) Scalability & High Availability
  • d) Resiliency
  • e) Clustering
  • f) Cleanup
  • g) Troubleshooting
  • h) Operational Awareness
  • Notes
  • • If you are not an official SAP Hybris partner or customer, you cannot access the SAP Hybris Commerce Help documentation.
Course Info:
Course based on software release: SAP Hybris Commerce 6.5; SAP Hybris Data Hub 6.5; Java version 8

Course notes and announcements:

1) The SAP Hybris Data Hub provides a flexible, scalable, and service- oriented solution to simplify data integration efforts (import and export) between SAP Hybris and external data storage solutions and systems. Data from various sources can be consolidated and prepared for loading into the SAP Hybris Commerce Suite.

2) This course focuses on the architecture of the SAP Hybris Data Hub and all essential programming and data flow aspects such as: data modelling, data loading, event system, canonical data model, data transformations and data publication.
Hands-on activity includes defining the raw and canonical data model, writing custom composition handlers, target system definition, look-up tables, data publication to the SAP Hybris Commerce Suite and flow automation via events.

3) This is a SAP CERTIFIED Course. All in person classes are taught by a SAP Certified Instructor. Your course will include Full Class Delivery of the comprehensive standard SAP curriculum agendas, Demonstration and Presentation, Student Hands on exercises, Access to SAP Hosted servers/training environment, SAP Certified e-book participant guides and SAP Certified Hard copy participant guides to keep.

4) If you are not an official SAP Hybris partner or customer, you cannot access the SAP Hybris Commerce Help documentation.

5) If you are not an official SAP Hybris partner or customer, you cannot access the SAP Hybris Wiki.

This 3 day instructor led course qualifies for 24 CPE Credits. CPE Credits are currently available only for publicly scheduled courses delivered live at SAP locations and our Authorized Education Partner locations.

With virtual live classroom training you get comprehensive training from SAP experts using seamless over-the Web connectivity. The same content delivered in SAP's traditional "brick and mortar" classrooms is presented during virtual live classroom deliveries. As in SAP's traditional classrooms, SAP virtual live classroom stresses hands-on learning providing each registered student with exclusive access to live SAP systems throughout each course. Each Virtual Live class is taught by a SAP Certified Instructor and will include an e-book student guide for you to download and keep. CPE Credits are currently available only for publicly scheduled courses delivered live at SAP locations and our Authorized Education Partner locations. CPE Credits are not available for virtual live classroom sessions.

Not finding any suitable dates? Contact us for additional available dates: training@dunnsolutions.com