As always, SAUG Summit is a great opportunity to catch up with customers and other Australian companies running SAP. In particular, to talk about their experiences and future plans and their progress towards automating their SAP DevOps Toolchain. When I was walking around the exhibition hall talking to the other exhibitors several common themes emerged. Namely, SAP DevOps, Agile Development and Digital Transformation. All reflecting the growing trend among SAP IT support teams to increase the volume of change and increase the speed at which it is delivered.
Having read a reasonable amount about IT agility, ‘agile’ development methods and so on – and even having run the occasional webinar on the subject − I’ve long viewed technical agility as a worthy goal. The trouble for most companies … Continued