SAP development processes – the ones most often still in use today – tend to suffer from a very slow pace of change, failure to deliver business needs and high risk of downtime and outages.
DevOps solves many of these issues by supporting application delivery in shorter, more frequent delivery cycles where quality is embedded from the start of the process and risk is substantially reduced.
Customer expectations are constantly on the increase. Businesses that can’t continually adapt in the face of change won’t remain relevant for long.
Your SAP systems are the critical enablers of your response to this new demand. That means you need to be able to update and improve them as quickly as you deliver new products, features and services to your customers. Most importantly, you need to do so safely, without risk to the business.
Traditional Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) change and release methods – which are often slow, manual, and opaque – no longer fit the bill.
DXC and Qualibrate built a Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery (CI/CD) solution, which leverages on tools such as Jenkins and Github. It supports developments on SAP Cloud Platform and also on classic on-premise SAP ABAP & Java developments.
Our integrated solution is designed, trialed, and built as a platform to manage the continuous delivery of business value with fast-feedback loops and defect prevention through early validation checks.
The move to S/4HANA will speed up the need for SAP's Eclipse IDE and related open-source tools but with our platform, every SAP customer can adopt Agile and DevOps principles and tools on the current SAP landscape, today.
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