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Protect your SAP environment from buggy transports! The complete package for governance and compliance-compliant transport management in complex SAP landscapes.
Unfortunately, system errors, crashes, standstills in SAP change management after importing transport requests are still the order of the day. Your developers and administrators know exactly what the problem is. For this reason, complex, often manual and incompletely documented processes were set up. The optimal avoidance strategy: The Quality and Security Center for CTMS.




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Frequently asked questions and answers

The SAP standard tools such as Code Inspector, SLIN, ATC, ToC, sandboxes support the user in his business processes and quality assurance. However, these tools work locally on a server, eg the DEV server or QA server in the 3-tier SAP landscape. This means that a forward-looking check of the effects of transport requests in target systems cannot be implemented. In order to automate SAP change management, the SAP user needs exactly this simulation of the checks against target systems. In this way, the SAP user quickly recognizes errors and inconsistencies as well as data manipulation before the transport request is implemented, and irreparable errors are generated.
The complexity of the SAP architecture and technology can hardly be overseen by individual specialists. The focus is on change management. With the 3-tier server landscape DQP, SAP offers a unique system basis for the secure operation of SAP solutions, but the susceptibility to errors and thus the operational risks lie in transport management. Transport requests that transport the changes to the production system via DQP can lead to irreparable errors. The causes for this are manifold and can hardly be managed with knowledge and experience.
In SAP parlance, a transport impact analysis is the detailed consideration of a transport request and its effects in target systems, be it the QA system or the PROD system. A lack of system support forces those responsible for SAP to use complex, manual test methods on sandboxes, with transport of copy, ATC, SLIN,… Despite all precautionary measures, errors, inconsistencies, dumps, inconsistencies, standstills occur… This fact is due to the complexity of the SAP systems.
The business impact analysis is a method within business continuity management. It is used to identify processes, functions and mutual dependencies within a company. This allows statements to be made about the importance of individual processes for the overall system and the effects of failures and restart times can be estimated.
Our UR:4 solution is a cross-system syntax check that works in a version context. TIA detects errors in the target systems of the SAP landscape before they occur and have an impact. The transport process is simulated with over 40 in-depth, systemic analyzes and tests. This means that errors and inconsistencies are detected before the transport request produces irreparable errors. TIA works in three modes (MOD, REL and UPG) and can thus check open and released transport requests and SAP upgrades against existing target systems.
While ChaRM represents the SAP change and release management in the Solution Manager and thus maps the organizational release process, TIA covers the previously missing systemic checks of transport requests and their use in target systems. TIA thus closes a gaping functional gap in change management and makes a significant contribution to operational security, information security, revision security and high availability in SAP systems.
TIA can run independently in its own namespace. Alternatively, TIA can also be integrated into SAP systems via the standard transactions STMS, SE09 or into the Solution Manager V7.2 via BaDI. Our TIA suite is a stable standard software solution. The projects are therefore also largely automated. After a requirements workshop, TIA is preset for the customer and delivered by means of a transport. The projects run in a structured manner in a few days. The installation first takes place on a control station, usually the Solution Manager. From there, TIA is rolled out to all servers connected via trusted RFC connections. Administrators and developers can be trained in just a few days. TIA is usually operational after 5-8 days.
The benefit of our transport impact analysis lies clearly in the automation and digitization of the SAP change process with a focus on transport management. With TIA, the user essentially achieves five significant benefit elements:
  • Significant improvement in high availability
  • Significant improvement in audit security and thus the relief of personally liable board members and entrepreneurs
  • Significant improvement in SAP security through detection of data manipulation
  • Significant contribution to DevOps on the backend
  • Significant cost reduction through digitization

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