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Background and Basics In a recent project engagement, we were assigned the job to migrate a COBOL-based mainframe application to a new environment. The core theme specifically for this project follows a re-hosting approach. The reasoning for this type of approach is agreed upon with the customer mainly due to […]

What the heck is a parser-combinator?


The path towards cloud-native applications is being adopted by more and more companies. For green-field applications this is a natural choice to architect your applications in a way so that they can be developed, deployed and operated in a cloud environment. This of course could mean on-prem, hybrid or public […]

Re-architect applications for the cloud




As I have mentioned in a previous post, I finally managed to deploy and run a custom application in SAP HANA Cloud Platform (HCP). The difficult part for me was not setting up the environment per se, but to solve all the source dependencies and unknowns around the platform’s prerequisites. […]

SAP HANA Cloud Platform – custom application deployment … lessons learned


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I am very excited that I managed to deploy and execute my first application on SAP HANA Cloud Platform (https://hcp.sap.com/) today. It uses the native in-memory database and application services. The base application source code was generated using Ciber Momentum Engineer (http://momentum.ciber.com/) and then customized to fit their platform-as-a-service environment. I […]

SAP HANA Cloud Platform – custom application deployment