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systems for tests, quality assurance and training courses can be a complex task in large IT infrastructures. This can represent a real logistical, technical and organizational challenge, especially where system networks are involved (SAP R/3® Backend, SRM and XI/PI, for example).

 

SAP's Test Data Migration Server (TDMS) can help meet such challenges. You can use it to build lean and uniform systems for development, testing, quality assurance and training. The software helps you to transfer only the data from the productive system that is really relevant for testing. You are able to leave aspects such as the administrative data and the repository unchanged on non-productive systems. These systems can be updated on a regular basis using a refresh procedure. This lowers your infrastructure and maintenance costs and increases the efficiency and reliability of your non-productive systems.

 

  • The Test Data Migration Server enables you to: considerably reduce your storage space requirements by lowering the data volume in your development, test, quality assurance and training systems.
  • improve the quality of your development and training by using relevant and up-to-data test data
  • heighten the efficiency of your own developments by reducing the effort required necessary to manage your development and test systems
  • simulate new business situations in your test systems using up-to-data data before taking any important decisions.

We help you design scenarios for setting up individual clients. We would be happy to create and configure the individual scenarios for you as a service, thus sparing you the need to tie up your own valuable resources for this special task.

 

Examples:

Setup of clients for testing data migration in connection with go-live at additional plants of an internationally operating customer.

 

Setup of a downsized client on the development system to foster faster and more effective development. This led to an effective separation of development and customizing data and made it possible to test the settings and developments on a smaller set of real data, resulting in considerably smaller transports. Quality assurance on the consolidation systems became more effective and productive operation more secure.