Our customers sometimes amaze me – in a good way. Many organizations have been kicking around the agile, DevOps and continuous delivery phrases for some time now, but we haven’t seen very many execute on their plans.
Looking at upgrading your Rev-Trac version to 7.3.0? This new “Inflight Parallel Check” report just might convince you to take the plunge! I’ll take you on a quick journey to explain why this feature greatly improves your Rev-Trac experience.
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.
“It’s not the strongest of the species to survive, nor the most intelligent, but the ones more responsive to change.” – Charles Darwin. Rev-Trac change control automation functionality can help your processes evolve naturally. Here are some ways cited by RSC customers…
We’ve created a Rev-Trac report that allows customers to retrieve the details of a Rev-Trac Change Request that have had their approval status rejected.
Have you felt lately like Alice in the Red Queen’s race? That’s when you have to run as fast as you can to stay in the same place. To get somewhere else, you have to run even faster. If you’ve been rushing harder and harder to keep up with changes coursing through your SAP systems, there’s a reason. IDC says companies push through twice as many changes now as they did in 2011. The pace will double again by 2017, they predict.
This month we had an analyst ask us if a code freeze was still necessary during projects or upgrades when using Rev-Trac. This is quite topical and so I wanted to discuss the concept and the validity of a code freeze for an organization using Rev-Trac. A code freeze is a period where normal support changes are put on hold in a support track, typically in preparation for a project (such as an EHP upgrade) go-live.
If you’ve applied a major SAP system upgrade, you’ve probably gone through what some call “upgrade anxiety”. It isn’t fun and you can’t avoid it completely, but it doesn’t have to eat away at your nerves if you know a few tricks.
I’ve been working with a customer over the last few months who has been refining their change control processes for the first time since installing Rev-Trac in 2003. Speaking to the Rev-Trac administrators, they described their Rev-Trac configuration as being … Continued
About 2 years ago, we accommodated a customer request within Rev-Trac to make available an additional method of moving changes to be tested utilizing the standard SAP Transport of Copies (TOC) feature, through which the copy was migrated to QA instead of the original Development transport.