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Jul 14 at 07:40 AM

Landscape recommendation 2 or 3 Integration Suite Tenants?


Hello SAP Integration Suite Experts, Udo Paltzer, Daniel Graversen, Morten Wittrock,

I have the following challenge:

Currently we're using CPI on BTP Neo to integrate from our on Premise ERP Systems (one for Logistics, one for HR) to external Systems like SalesForce and Government entities. From SalesForece there is also a integration back to the Logistics ERP. The ERP Systems are setup in a 3-System Landscape (Dev, QA, Production). But the Dev system does not contain useful test data. So for CPI currently only two tenants are in place. One connected to QA and one to Production.

With the S/4HANA implementation project the S/4 development system should now also be setup to contain useful test data and allow fully integrated development tests. So for CPI we have now two options:

  1. Stay with the current 2-Tenant CPI Landscape but duplicate the Integrations in the QA system to have separate endpoints for the S/4HANA Dev and QA
  2. Setup a 3rd CPI Tenant defined as the Development tenant

As the price point for the Integration Suite (Standard Edition) according to the SAP Discovery Center is 4.000 Euro / Month I need to collect pros and cons for it. Here is the collection I currently came up with:

Pros for the 3rd Tenant (Option 2):

  • Clear System separation
  • No adjustments needed when transporting integrations

Cons against 3rd Tenant (Option 2):

  • Developments for the ERP Systems need always be transported to QA to be tested
  • If Developments for ERP Systems are done in the QA Tenant we might have the risk that transported objects are accidentally changed

Looking forward for your input.

Best Regards