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By automating your SAP change management processes and adopting tightly controlled automation and uniform governance to your N and N+1 environment you can deliver more change, more frequently with less risk. Meaning you can respond quickly to changes in the market, eliminate conflicts between transport and maintain production stability. The results; your SAP IT team is now free to spend more time on innovation and less on fixing problems resulting from incorrect transports being migrated to production.
Many SAP customers have started, or are planning, SAP HANA and S/4 HANA projects. As is common with SAP solutions, customers have dozens of options when jumping on the HANA ship. Cloud? SAP Cloud or Partner Cloud? On-premise? Appliance or TDI? A crucial decision is, how to manage the changes or transports for SAP HANA environments. This webinar explains transport basics, simple and safe change management processes for SAP HANA environments, profiles of HANA and S/4 HANA Rev-Trac customers, and more.
Relying on traditional, manual intensive SAP change management makes it difficult to deliver faster, better and safer SAP applications and enhancements. It also means there are less resources and time to focus on innovation which is crucial for survival in the digital age.
To realize its objectives and drive further growth, Dana recognized it needed to improve the stability of its SAP infrastructure landscape. The company acknowledged that automation of its existing SAP change processes was crucial to keeping its systems up and running. Importantly a Release Management strategy would enable it to meet increasing business demands within the ever-growing automotive parts and supply market.
In response to increasing challenges, Florida Power & Light realized that its existing change control tools – spreadsheets, manual forms and email – were no longer sufficient. Greater automation of its SAP change control processes were crucial to adapting to the growing demands.
Fromageries Bel has agressive goals, aiming to double in size by 2025. This required addressing a number of challenges within its SAP landscape. These include the development of a formal release management program to deliver projects with greater success to the business faster, and with fewer go-live errors.
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Verizons goal is continuous audience growth. To help achieve the scale it desired, the communications company wanted to streamline its SAP environment, simplifying change control processes and improving production stability whilst adopting agile and DevOps principals for SAP change management.
In the current environment, we are seeing pressure on different businesses to conform to modern types of process standards and methodologies for building and deploying change. The current trend seems to have created demand for DevOps, Agile and Release Management controls. However, some organizations do not require the rapid style of change delivery offered by DevOps and Agile and are still happy to conform with process standards set out by ITIL and traditional release deployment strategies such as Waterfall.
It’s a bit late for New Year’s resolutions already in the first half of February, but with 10 ½ months of 2018 left, here are three quick questions with corresponding resolutions to help simplify and improve your SAP change management processes
It can be difficult keeping SAP landscapes consistent. For example, as Quality Assurance environments are refreshed, over time systems can begin to get out of sync. The number of DEV system transports existing only in the development system, unlikely to ever be moved to Production, grows.
I’ve been spending the last week or so travelling and speaking with customers and potential customers. In two consecutive meetings, two SAP IT team leaders from two different companies told me the exact same reason for automating their SAP change control processes.
According to Forrester Research, 95% of organizations are moving to Agile and following suit with DevOps. (Forrester Research: Aligning Agile And DevOps Practices With Business Value). Likely then, your organization is too. In his white paper, “Drive business growth with agile processes through DevOps for SAP”, Pravas Ranjan Rout of Infosys speaks to the benefits of a DevOps approach for SAP teams and provides a suggested way for SAP IT organizations to progress forward.