I have been doing a lot of integration at home with Node-Red some of them could be useful in my professional carrier. I work as a SAP consultant.
This is more of a thought process at the moment, but I was thinking about using Node-Red as a middleware between SAP and for example Telegram to provide chat integration for an SAP system.
Getting a new software environment in a corporate IT network is probably a challenge in itself, probably more than anything else, but I want to ask something similar.
SAP landscapes usually have a development, quality and production systems. If I would like to align Node Red with SAP, Ideally I would have 3 Node Red instances each connected to once of the layers in the landscape. This can be 3 separate Node Red instances, or could be just different tabs in the same Node Red. Can 3 separate Node Red instances run on the same server (e.g. on different ports?).
I am also thinking about what is a best way of moving flow changes in between different Node Red instances. Preferably without shutting down and restarting Node Red. Any solution other than manually copy and pasting flow via clipboard or file?
Let me know if you have any thoughs on these questions above.