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We have noticed a clear shift within SAP-using organizations over the past few years. Their mindset is changing from a philosophy of “protect production at all costs” to “deliver changes to the business faster at all costs”. SAP DevOps or agile methodologies are widely seen as means of achieving their objectives.
Secure software development must be a priority today. In an era of cyberattacks that can impact everyone, from individuals to corporations and governments, the risks are everywhere. Applications, systems, and networks are constantly under attack from threats such as malicious code or denial of service.
We’ve all heard the arguments why agile won’t work in the SAP sector. Large teams are working on high-stake projects that can run for months, even years before the solution is delivered to production. At the same time, we’re talking about your organization’s systems of records, so it can be risky to deliver incomplete software to the production environment.
In our last blog, we talked about SAP cybersecurity and transport security. Continuing with this theme, I want to discuss the ABAP Test Cockpit (ATC) and its role in securing custom code.
SAP transport security is, of course, mentioned in the book, but mainly from a high-level perspective. Excellent recommendations for SAP transport security policies are covered.
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No doubt automation in change and transport management is a massive game-changer. Here at Rev-Trac, it’s been our focus since the very beginning. And, our customers have experienced the benefits and ROI associated with automating their change management processes for over 20 years.
Just when you thought you’d seen everything after 20+ years in the ever-changing SAP world, you come across something new. That is a customer who required a continuous delivery pipeline for SAP changes. As part of the scope of work, the organization wanted a seamless integration with legacy tools including Jira, ServiceNow, while dipping a toe in the water with Micro Focus and Jenkins.
In today’s often complex and distributed SAP environments, a robust and efficient change management process plays a critical role in DevOps and the successful delivery and maintenance of SAP applications.
Whether you’re a Global 500 organization or a business running a single SAP application environment with one development system, how you manage change has a massive impact on your SAP operations.
It is common among SAP IT teams to want to break the shackles of standard SAP release cycles and deliver ‘smaller chunks’ of functionality more frequently. And continuous delivery makes it possible.
In the last blog, I discussed how automated SAP change management was crucial in an expanding ECP space. Using automation, SAP IT teams can deliver ECP change safely (and quickly) without risk to production.