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The SAP environment is a complex and multi-dimensional one. Integrating it into other systems and constantly updating it can be a stressful process for a business. You never know what to expect. So, what’s the best way to identify and tackle quality assurance challenges early in the game?
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A reasonable approach to test company’s business critical information systems such as ERP depends on the visibility to product development. If the system is developed in-house there's likely a good visibility to actual development teams’ work and quality assurance can be involved in the very early phases of product development. Involving QA early can be referred to as shift-left. On the other hand, a system used as a cloud-based Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) without any visibility to development is restricted also from the testing point of view. Only production version testing might be possible, often referred to as shift-right.
Even in the best of times, we are constantly being asked to deliver more for each dollar in our budget while simultaneously maintaining existing output. Here are a few tips and tricks to help you stretch your IT budget in 2019.
Expanding the use of test automation beyond standard release pipelines to include security testing can offer major benefits. The question is, how can we integrate security testing into the software development life cycle?