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Continuous delivery is a core principle of DevOps. It’s also an approach that is very achievable for SAP customers – with some internal cultural and automation adjustments.
Whatever your size or industry, one thing is sure; managing SAP change can be a challenge. Keeping up with the required velocity of SAP change, tighter budgets, audit compliance, and offshore and remote workforces — are just some of the issues SAP IT teams come up against daily.
Teams who use Rev-Trac to manage SAP work and deployments can benefit from integrating with Jira.
What are our customer’s plans for S/4HANA? Every year we conduct a TechValidate survey with our customers for insights on their business and how Rev-Trac used, and what they think of the automated solution.
An automated SAP change management process allows you to deliver rapid, low-risk change, accelerates your S/4HANA migration, and supports agile and DevOps goals. Here are 5 things to consider when selecting an automated SAP change management tool and how Rev-Trac helps:
Meeting continually changing business demands can be a challenge for SAP IT teams. But it doesn’t have to be. Transforming SAP application delivery is the answer, and automation is crucial to increasing the likelihood of responding accelerating SAP change without risking production system stability.
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Firstly, a lengthy ECC to S/4HANA transition means managing a lot of change at once, often, while the legacy system is running, and the SAP S/4HANA landscape is built and tested.
Mastering parallel development of SAP changes is crucial when migrating to S/4HANA. Discover how to manage parallel development and avoid an unscheduled system shutdown.
Read this blog to discover what you need to know to kick-start your transition to SAP S/4HANA and learn how SAP change automation technology can simplify the process.
Whether greenfield, brownfield or bluefield, transitioning to S/4 HANA can be difficult. This is widely known. There are hundreds of blogs, articles, whitepapers and even books identifying the process and expected challenges.
The clock is ticking for SAP customers to transition to S/4 HANA. Yet, we haven’t seen a stampede toward S/4 HANA. Indeed some organizations are still undecided or don’t have comprehensive migration plans. So, what is the current situation? Recently, several reports on SAP customer transition plans to S/4 HANA have been published. Among these…
I recently read a Gartner article, “Create a Strategic Roadmap for Infrastructure and Operations Automation”. It included an excellent roadmap for organizations who are trying to justify internal IT automation projects. The roadmap accurately shows how to move from today’s mainly manual “As Is” state of operations to a highly automated “To Be” future. While…