Start here to install the Figaf Tool

Start here to install the Figaf Tool

If you are looking to run Figaf there is a number of ways.


The Figaf Tool is a standalone Java application that makes it easy to run in several different locations.
We support Java 8.  You can use Oracle 8 if you have a corporate license; we normally recommend
For PoC Figaf comes with a building database; for real usage, we recommend Postgresql or MSSQL. All hyper scales have different Databases as a Services versions of Postgresql, making it an easy option. 


You can run Figaf on your laptop. It is really easy to get started. You download a Jar and then run it. 
You can find the latest version of the tool here.
This is ideal for performing evaluations of the tool and how it works. It comes with an embedded database making it easy to run. 
It comes with a buildin database you can use. 

Figaf Cloud

We do have Figaf Cloud. This is ideal to performing a quick check on how Figaf can work with Cloud Integration. 
You just signup at for the Cloud version, then you should get an email with link to login. 
You can can connect to your real landscape or you can connect to a BTP Trial account. 

SAP BTP Cloud Foundry

Recommended Setup for most scearios

Most integration teams have credits to spend on BTP services. It makes it pretty easy to get to use the tool there. 
We recommend installing Figaf on either the Integration Suite Dev or on a standalone Subaccount.  

The benefit of this approach is that you can use SAP BTP to manage users. It is also a pretty easy platform to update the tool with.
To access SAP PI/PO you can use Cloud Connector, this is not a good option if you want to use Figaf for DevOps for SAP PI/PO. But is a good option for migration of SAP PI to Cloud Integration. 

To get started follow the following guide steps

  1. First Setting up Setting up SAP BTP Account to deploy Figaf in Cloud Foundry
  2. Then deploy figaf Setting up SAP BTP Account to deploy Figaf in Cloud Foundry
  3. If you have PI to Integration Suite migration How to use PI/PO systems in SAP BTP

Windows/Linux installation

You can run Figaf as a Linux or Windows installation. This is using the same Jar as the standalone but connected to a database and then scheduled as a service.
This is good if you want to run Figaf 
The same way can be used in your hyper scaler. 


We do have a docker version of the tool. You can find information about how to configure the docker here

Next Steps

Once you have installed Figaf you need to perform the tasks that you setup to work on. 

    • Related Articles

    • Installing Figaf DevOps Suite on your PC

      Installing Figaf DevOps Suite on your PC In this section tutorial, we show how to install Figaf DevOps Suite on your PC for a PoC. Mac would be much the same except the script should be a little different command to start the tool with.  Requirements ...
    • Setting up SAP BTP Account to deploy Figaf in Cloud Foundry

      BTP administration can be a bit complicated and contain difffrent setups. We have created a small guide for you to check before you install Figaf in BTP. It is likely that things will change there. We currently have a problem with running Figaf in ...
    • Onboarding/Installation (Figaf DevOps Suite - Cloud Version)

      In this mission you will see how to connect to your SAP Cloud Integration system.   1) Open the email you have received 2) Click on the link to open the page and enter a new password 3) Now you are in the Figaf Tool The screen may change a little ...
    • Installation

      Here you can find an example of the structure that you need to have to run the Figaf IRT application. This is just an example and you need to put your own values if you have another jar version, DB credentials, etc. There are two ways of how to ...
    • How to download logs from Figaf app in SAP BTP

      SAP BTP cockpit allows accessing only the last 1000 lines of logs. Sometimes it's enough for debugging but in most cases, it's not. So there is a way to download all needed logs directly from the app. First of all, you need to execute next two ...