Interfaces enable cross-application business processes and must be fail-safe
Integration = building digital bridges
whitepaper.id supports companies using SAP middleware to achieve integration excellence. By this we mean the ability to efficiently develop and safely operate interfaces across the entire integration platform, using best practices, smart solutions and modern integration technologies.
We are experts in SAP Integration and Middleware solutions such as SAP Process Orchestration (PO/PO), SAP Integration Suite (Cloud Integration, API Management) on the SAP Business Technology Platform (BTP) and support the implementation of digital, cross-application business processes.
An efficient organization of interfaces means transparency and control through a centralized and holistic view, with the aim of increasing the stability and efficiency of business processes. Our WHINT Solutions automate the monitoring, inventorying and documentation of the integration layer and enable optimization of interfaces as well as professional operation.
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You will find best practices and product updates here:
- SAP CALM vs. WHINT Interface Monitoringby akiwon on May 14, 2022 at 11:56 am
This blog post is to highlight the differences between SAP Cloud ALM for operations (Integration & Exception Monitor) and WHINT Interface Monitoring (WHINT IMS, with focus on the Cloud Version).…
- Navigation Link from Alert E-Mail to Browser with WHINT Interface Monitoringby akiwon on May 14, 2022 at 9:13 am
This update (2202) for WHINT Interface Monitoring for SAP Cloud Integration adds a navigation link to each E-mail. Like this you can comfortably jump from your alert e-mail into the…
- MessageCheck for WHINT Interface Monitoring (Cloud)by akiwon on March 14, 2022 at 5:05 pm
We have now officially released the MessageCheck for our WHINT Interface Monitoring for SAP Cloud Integration. It works similar to our WHINT MessageMissing Alert for SAP Process Orchestration and provides…
- How to handle HTTP Errors and Exceptions in SAP Cloud Integrationby akiwon on March 10, 2022 at 7:27 pm
This HowTo blog explains an API-driven integration pattern: We want to create or update an object through an API which DOES NOT provide an UPSERT functionality… First a HTTP GET…