From a system landscape architecture perspective, there are different ways to make SAP Fiori available to users. The SAP Fiori front-end server is the component to deploy SAP Fiori to users. From an architecture perspective, let’s see how Fiori is used within an SAP S/4HANA on-premise single system environment.

This scenario represents a typical starting point to run SAP Fiori for both net-new  SAP S/4HANA on-premise customers and customers who have upgraded their ERP.

This deployment option can be characterized by

  • SAP Fiori UIs decoupled from the backend functionality (separate shipment)
  • Enablement of SAP Fiori front-end server components in the SAP S/4HANA application backend system
  • Deployment of Fiori apps in the SAP S/4HANA backend application system (UIs are co-deployed with the related OData services)
  • Use of in-built performance improvements per default

As an alternative to using Fiori within an SAP S/4HANA on-premise single system environment, there are also other landscape deployment options for the SAP Fiori front-end server.

Have you seen the other video in the series about central hub deployment? If not, check it out here. You can also find more information and an overview of currently recommended deployment options in the SAP Enterprise Architecture Explorer.

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