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Neo or Cloud Foundry?

Dear experts,

My team is currently evaluating SCP, and one of the first decisions we are faced with is choosing between the environments Neo and Cloud Foundry. From this link (https://help.sap.com/viewer/65de2977205c403bbc107264b8eccf4b/Cloud/en-US/ab512c3fbda248ab82c1c545bde19c78.html) we see some useful information, but need more details. Please lead me to more such documents that will help us to make this decision.

1) XSA is supported only in Cloud foundry. As of now, our requirements will most likely be met with XSC + Java. Question is, will SAP continue support for XS in Neo environment? I read in a comment here that "At some point XSC will go away and you will have to migrate to XSA". Does this mean that Neo will also get XSA, and we will have to migrate in the future? Link: https://archive.sap.com/discussions/thread/3947990

2) Are there some technical considerations regarding integration with ByD? Is there a difference between the two environments in this regard?

3) In Cloud Foundry, the service for background jobs is currently in beta. When can we expect a production release of this service?

Thanks!
Rohan

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    Feb 06 at 08:54 AM

    Hi Rohan

    1) XS Classic has been deprecated since HANA 2.0 SPS02. It means that if you choose to develop on top of it now, you will eventually have to migrate. HANA 2 on Neo is in the SAP Cloud Platform roadmap.

    2) If you are thinking specifically of using SAP Cloud Platform Integration, that product is only available on Neo at the moment. This page provides a nice overview of service availability across the two environments.

    3) That I do not know, I'm afraid.

    Regards,

    Morten

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  • Feb 06 at 10:52 AM

    Hi Rohan,

    check this out https://open.sap.com/courses/cp1-2.

    Regards, Uladzislau

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