Our Salt integration with Rev-Trac (announced Monday here at SAP TechEd Las Vegas) is generating many of the same questions at our booth that I got at my recent webinar featuring our IGT Salt Case Study. How easy is Salt to install? What is the cost? That’s why I’m getting déjà vu at our booth.
How would you like to save $15,472.50 plus the value of 200 hours of new development time to be redeployed in just a few minutes? No that’s not what we’re giving away at our booth #1082 but we ARE sharing a new Salt Case Study that shows how International Game Technology (IGT) out of Las Vegas, Nevada is not only experiencing such savings but dramatically reducing risk in their SAP custom code by leveraging key Salt applications. Visitors to our booth time and again expressed how they can see themselves in the IGT use cases. There really is no substitute for a case study that shows how others are benefiting and we’re grateful to Terry Barker of IGT for sharing his story.
When I ask Salt customers what their favorite Salt application is, the answer I hear most often is Code Ferret. Many have said that they have Code Ferret for searches because of its speed and ease of use, since the alternative methods are painfully complicated by comparison. But recently a developer told me his favorite Salt application is Matrix. I asked why and he said there’s simply no better way to keep his systems in sync.
I always look forward to my annual trek from Australia to SAP TechEd Barcelona. Let’s face it, Europeans are different from Americans and this is also true in their choice of infrastructure adoption, so conversation at the booth is always interesting. I’ve been particularly struck by the conversations I’ve had this year around the popularity of Linux in Europe, because RSC is promoting the newly introduced Salt v3.0, our popular SAP change intelligence software.
Each year RSC journeys to Las Vegas, where the SAP community gathers at SAP TechEd to stay up to speed on the strategy and future direction of SAP products and services. SAP TechEd is an ideal venue to announce new things related to the same, and so this year we announced v3.0 of Salt, our popular SAP change intelligence software!
We’ve had a really great response to this new version of Salt. The focus of most of our Salt related conversations at the booth has been around Salt v3.0’s new installation alternatives to the default RSC Core VM deployment. Briefly, here they are…
Most of the RSC team (except our US-based members) have returned to the other side of the world, and while it’s fresh in my mind I wanted to share some observations from this year’s SAPPHIRE NOW & ASUG Annual conference.
I always look forward to SAPPHIRE NOW & ASUG Annual Conference because of the endless opportunities to learn from and share with attendees at the booth. If they’re at the Revelation Software Concepts booth – then we’re talking about change control and how important it is to have insight into your systems.
In 1999, when Revelation Software Concepts (RSC) introduced Rev-Trac to simplify SAP change control, the company fundamentally changed how leading companies manage their SAP Change Control. As SAP systems grew more complex, RSC introduced a new product Salt for heightened … Continued
This week I’m attending the SAP TechEd && d-code Conference in Berlin. What perfect timing and location for this annual event, as last weekend marked the 25th anniversary of the most significant event in recent German history: the Fall of … Continued
The SAP TechEd && d-code conference centers around learning about and sharing key SAP innovations and technologies to solve real-world problems – we look forward to it every year because it exposes us to new approaches to thorny, persistent problems. … Continued