Course announcements

  • This course is designed for integration designers and developers with design and development responsibilities for building integration from and to Cloud applications. Participants will learn how to create integration flows. This is a very hands-on, interactive course.


  • This course will prepare you to:
    • Describe SAP Cloud Platform, Integration Service
    • Use the required Tools, Processes and Operations
    • Work with IFlows
    • Use the Prepackaged Content
    • Work with Adapters
    • Explain Security Aspects and Monitoring


  • • Application Consultant
  • Business Process Architect
  • Business Process Owner/Team Lead/Power User
  • Developer
  • Developer Consultant
  • Solution Architect
  • System Architect
  • Technology Consultant



  • Basic knowledge about Cloud Integration
  • CLD100


Course based on software release

  • CPI/HCI in the recent version
  • Tenants in a recent Versions


  • Introduction to SAP Cloud Platform, Integration Service
    • Explore the SAP Cloud Strategy
    • Get an Introduction to SAP Cloud Platform, Integration
  • Product Overview
    • Explore features and capabilities
    • Explain use cases
    • Explain the architecture
    • Use the development tools
    • Explore the elements of a cloud-based integration scenario
  • The Basic Integration Scenario
    • Explore the elements of an integration flow, deep dive
    • Use SAP Cloud Platform Integration, integration patterns
  • A First Integration Scenario
    • Explore the complete sample process
    • Configure inbound communication
    • Configure outbound communication
    • Use events
    • Use persistence
  • Advanced Integration Scenarios
    • Create an advanced integration scenario
    • Explain the Camel message model
    • Manipulate the message with message transformers
    • Explain message converters
    • Use user mappings
    • Define message routers
  • Further Aspects of Integration Flow Development
    • Explain security
    • Use APIs
    • Explore web-based monitoring