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New Developer Impact Analysis capability makes in-sprint unit testing more efficient and cost-effective for SAP developers.
In LiveCompare 4.1, released earlier this week, we introduced a new capability that brings the value of LiveCompare’s AI-driven impact analysis to the earliest stages of the DevOps lifecycle. With Developer Impact Analysis, LiveCompare can now automatically detect when SAP changes are made by developers and analyze the impact of those changes on production systems. This enables your SAP teams to shift SAP testing even further left and deliver higher-quality SAP releases faster and more cost-efficiently than ever before.
Developer Impact Analysis provides ABAP developers with fast insight into the actual risks their changes will introduce to production systems. It can also tell them which automated tests they need to run or create as a result, making unit testing more efficient and effective at detecting defects and reducing risk.
Key benefits of Developer Impact Analysis include:
By analyzing the impact of developer changes while you are still in the development phase of your software development lifecycle, LiveCompare helps your SAP developers find defects when they are fastest, easiest, and cheapest to fix. The table below, from the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), shows just how much this shift-left approach can save your teams in terms of effort and cost.
Here’s how easy Developer Impact Analysis is to use:
LiveCompare customers can start using Developer Impact Analysis today by downloading LiveCompare 4.1 from the Tricentis support portal.
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