There are so many tools to choose from to do SAP testing. In your opinion, which tool is the best choice for SAP testing? What differentiates this tool from its competitors?
In my experience with SAP Core Banking implementation, the best tool to automate without pain and with a strength of agility and support, have been the Microfocus ALM tools (UFT One, UFT One Mobile, LoadRunner, Quality Control Manager) this tool since it emerged in Mercury, and then when it was acquires by HP, advanced too much in functionality and now with Microfocues it is the best tool for all testing life cicle.
Micro Focus delivers a wide portfolio of ADM products that include support for the most common SAP platforms, and helps organizations to manage and execute their SAP transformations at speed and quality. Customers who choose the Micro Focus portfolio know that they are drawing on a long and close partnership between SAP and Micro Focus, which has been focused from the start on ensuring customer success and satisfaction throughout complex SAP transformations.Organizations manage their back office systems with tools such asALM, but as they modernize the front office, they are moving to ALMOctane to manage the lifecycle of the mobile interfaces, cloud, andweb systems that access them. The front office and the back office areconnected through their data flow, and hence, the lifecycle managementsystems must be aligned, through synchronization between ALMOctane and ALM. Test, defect, and other artefacts can be synchronizedtransparently, with both systems being kept updated in real-time. Whilethere may be different teams working on the front and back end development,they can collaborate and ensure that nothing is missed.
Micro Focus helps customers test their SAP applications earlier and faster by combining broad SAP technology support with AI-driven capabilities to deliver the speed and resiliency required to support the rapid application changes typical of an SAP modernization.
Below mentioned are the Test management & Automation tools which we can use effectively for SAP Testing .
1. SOLMAN FOCUSED BUild ( Test Management ) - Focused build knowledge is required to utilise it effectively.
2. ALM( Test Management ) - Easy to Integrate with SOLMAN and SAP test automations tools like Tricentis TOSCA & Worksoft
3. Tricentis qTest( Test Management )- Easy to learn and use for test management.Can manage Agile and traditional models effectively.
3. Tricentis TOSCA( Test Automation)- Easy to learn and can integrated with SOLMAN Focused build , ALM & qTest effectively for test management.
Automation efforts are quite less as compared to UFT. Tricentis Enterprise pack is good option to consider for Test management and automation.
4. Worksoft- Can be integrated with SOLMAN Focused build & ALM for Test management and quite effective for test automation
Fortify offers end-to-end application security solutions with the flexibility of testing on-premises and on-demand to cover the entire SAP development lifecycle. Complete software security assurance with Fortify on Demand – our application security as a service – integrates static, dynamic and mobile AppSec testing with continuous monitoring for web apps in production.
Micro Focus Business Process Testing enables SAP end users to create, maintain, and manage tests of SAP business processes. BPT automatically learns the flow of actions performed by the user, and generates components that can be used to create scriptless, modular, easily maintained tests through a simple drag-and-drop user interface.
Micro Focus comprehensive load, stress and performance testing solutions give you an array of SAP and other protocols, assets and license centralization, advanced reporting capabilities, lab management, and more. Integrations with open source and proprietary tools will simplify your SAP modernization, and help you deliver the performance your users deserve.
I'm looking for the best test automation tool for SAP. We have about 600 users and the tests are mostly functional.
I see that in a lot of reviews Worksoft is the most popular choice but is it the best and reasonably priced product?
What can be done to reduce the chances of software failing?