SAP Business Technology Platform
In this video tutorial, we discuss the new SAP Business Technology Platform (BTP) certifications for SAP HANA Cloud, SAP Analytics Cloud, SAP Extension Suite and SAP Integration Suite. How to prepare, with some suggestions (dare we say “best practices”) to get certified!
0:00 – Introduction
0:30 – SAP Learning
0:55 – SAP Learning Journeys
1:45 – Learning Content
3:45 – SAP Certification and sample questions
4:50 – Topic Areas
5:05 – Book your exam
6:25 – Take the exam
7:05 – Credly
Free Learning Journeys
At SAP TechEd 2021, the new home for SAP Learning was launched with free learning content for five solutions, all part of SAP’s Business Technology Platform.
- SAP Analytics Cloud
- SAP Extension Suite
- SAP Integration Suite
- SAP HANA Cloud
- Low-Code / No-Code Applications and Automations
For SAP HANA Cloud, three new certifications were introduced, as with the SAP HANA platform for each of the “personas”: administrator, modeler, and developer.
For SAP Analytics Cloud, SAP Extension Suite, and SAP Integration Suite, the existing certifications were updated.
The LC/NC certification is work in progress.
For the news announcement, see
SAP Certification Hub
What did not change is the platform used for examination: Questionmark. Try out the sample questions to familiarise yourself with the (web) user interface.
Before you can take the exam, you first need to book either a single take or bundle of six exam attempts. Prices may vary per region or country and occasionally discounts are offered.
What has not changed either is the platform used for digital credentials: Credly (Acclaim). When you opt-in you and your badges are listed in the Directory.
Badges are available for completing the course (learning content) and passing the exam.
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