Moving SAP Workloads to the Cloud

As you move SAP workloads to the cloud, prevent business disruption by revalidating SAP business processes, assessing end-to-end test scenarios beyond the boundaries of SAP, and measuring performance impacts across each critical path.


Moving SAP Workloads to the Cloud: Not Just a Hardware Issue

One of the biggest mistakes that organizations make when moving SAP workloads to the cloud is assuming that the move is solely a hardware issue. There is also a tremendous impact to the software implementation, as well as the interconnected systems—and underestimating that impact could compromise the reliability and performance of critical business operations.

To successfully move SAP workloads to the cloud, SAP business processes must be revalidated, end-to-end test scenarios beyond the boundaries of SAP must be assessed for risk and effectiveness, and performance impacts to the process must be measured for each critical path.

Tricentis Tosca’s model-based test automation approach enables business users to rapidly create resilient, reusable test assets—providing a flexible infrastructure for testing critical business processes once they move to the cloud. Additionally, Tricentis Tosca Flood’s native performance testing for SAP Fiori allows anyone involved in the quality process to start load and performance testing from their desktop. The same business-readable test case definitions used for functional testing can be used for load and performance testing.

“With Tricentis test automation, the precise number of hours saved depends on the workstream, but it’s more than 75% of the time saved for business system analysts and other functional leads. Now, we can run the entire regression test suite immaterial of where the change is, so the amount of coverage we get is close to 100%.”

Mamatha MitrHead of Strategy For Testing Center of Excellence – Dolby Laboratories

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