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Is that how you feel some times?
Managing a large business critical application inevitably means engaging with change, whether it is change driven by the business, other application interface needs, vendor patches or upgrades.And the speed of change is increasing making it ever harder to be confident that you have not missed something important or something “bad”.
Security from something bad hitting production comes from multiple levels of testing, but in the end proper Regression Testing is the most comprehensive form of protection.When you have fully understood and assessed the actual impact of every change and you know there is nothing bad there, you can have confidence.
Learn how fellow SAP users have rapidly solved the Regression Testing Challenge that comes with change – mitigating risk efficiently across their entire application portfolio, including ECC & S/4. The outcome of this is a faster delivery schedule and zero defects in production. This includes our simple strategy for keeping the Regression Test library in line with the application as it changes, so maintenance is minimal and you are immediately ready for the next transport.
We will reference how different companies have built and run a bullet-proof regression tests whenever they need to, and how you too can sleep peacefully the night before a new go-live and be ready for the next round of changes.
With every change or transport comes risk. Only you know what the implications of those risks are in your business, but for many the security provided by an effective regression testing strategy mean both peace of mind and no business disruption. Learn how you can join fellow SAP users in achieving successful regression testing across your entire application portfolio, including ECC & S/4 HANA. As well as real practical steps you can implement, we will also include references to how companies have built and run a bullet-proof regression tests on demand.
Faster change delivery and zero defects in production.