Automation Game Demo
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Solid engine design is a big part of creating a successful car in Automation. The game gives you the opportunity to build your own engines from scratch; from the engine configuration, over the valvetrain design, to the fuel system and detailed turbocharging systems. Many design changes even affect the engine sound.
The core experience of the game will be the Grand Campaign. In this game mode, spanning from 1946 to 2020, you start your enterprise from scratch and try to become one of the most renowned car companies in the world. Many roads can potentially lead to success: catering to the masses with small, affordable cars, being an exclusive supercar manufacturer, or focusing on big luxurious flagship cars for the few.
Conquer niches with targeted marketing, or diversify while keeping an eye on brand awareness, brand reputation and prestige to build a loyal following. Compete in ever-shifting regional and global dynamic markets that come with various regulations, featuring many different market segments and buyer demographics.
Automation is still heavily in development. There is already many hours of interesting gameplay to be had out of Automation, but some major features are not complete. Large updates are usually released every few months.
The current release contains an all new Unreal Engine 4 based update to the Car and Engine design aspects of Automation, with a whole load of scenarios and challenges to play. A small taste of the Tycoon gameplay can be had in the "Lite Campaign" Although this is running on an older game engine version and doesn't look as stunning right now!We're currently hard at work on the "Lite Campaign V3" update which will be a much more in-depth and polished campaign game mode, in the Unreal Engine version. We aim to run our development process as openly as possible, and release regular and detailed video updates explaining exactly what we're working on at the moment.
Do you remember those book fairs that used to happen every now and then at school when you were a kid? Hoards of children, clutching pocket money in grubby hands, unleashed on tables and tables of books of every description. I always gravitated towards the science and technology section and bought dozens of books depicting fascinating cutaways of engines, hydrofoils and hovercraft. Well, Camshaft Software's forthcoming car manufacturing tycoon Automation places you at the head of a car company from 1946 to 2020. It looks set to recapture that perfect itch of intricately drawn diagrams of complicated mechanisms with the demo of the Engine Designer, one of the systems that will be in the final game.
To ensure quality of solutions for business processes without missing on the set timelines for the projects, customers prioritize testing activities to analyze impacts in detail on the applications due to possible changes by an upgrade or owing to changes in the scope of the existing processes. Testing plays a key role to de-risk and avoid defects or disruptions in a production environment by running end-to-end scenarios in the test system. The automation of test cases adds much needed efficiency and speed to test campaigns expected to resolve defects within tight timelines.
Test automation is an integral part of SAP S/4HANA Cloud, public edition. To safeguard projects and accelerate testing phases, the test automation tool comes with pre-delivered automates and post upgrade testing (PUT). The solution comes bundled with more than 300 standard pre-delivered test automates based on the SAP Best Practice processes.
The test automation tool for SAP S/4HANA Cloud, public edition comes with built-in test automation capabilities and is available in the quality system of every customer. Test automation can be leveraged to automate all business processes within SAP S/4HANA Cloud, public edition. For most of the standard business processes here, SAP delivers predefined test scripts that can be used for automated testing.
There are three main test cycles in the implementation phases of SAP S/4HANA Cloud, public edition: An implementation test, an end user acceptance test, and a regression test. The test automation tool focuses on the implementation test and on the regression test. It allows customers to execute standard and custom test processes via test plans.
As of September 1, 2022, the 3-system landscape in SAP S/4HANA Cloud, public edition has been made generally available. This offering introduces on-stack developer extensibility with an enhanced test automation tool and complements existing in-app extensibility techniques with SAP S/4HANA Cloud ABAP environment. This feature will allow developers to create custom applications from scratch using the ABAP RESTful application programming model (RAP). Developers can create front-end SAP Fiori applications by connecting SAP Business Application Studio with SAP S/4HANA Cloud, public edition and by consuming the services created/available in the development landscape (Client 080) of SAP S/4HANA Cloud, public edition.
Extensibility covers a broad spectrum of topics that allow customers to extend SAP solutions to adopt to their business needs or to create independent custom applications. A clear separation of the development and test environments with the test system connected to the enhanced test automation tool provide an improved solution quality. Customers can use the test automation tool to create their own test scripts and test the modified processes and the custom applications created. Automated testing with test scheduling helps in quickly testing these scenarios/custom applications during the upgrade cycles.
Test automation tool for SAP S/4HANA Cloud, public edition is a completely cloud native solution with a no code approach that requires no installation and leverages standard content delivered based on the best practices content. The tool also has a recording functionality that enables customers to create their own scripts. The test scripts run in the background, thus allowing customers to continue with their business processes. Upgrade tests done for live customers using the tool are effective in enabling our customers to identify defects and have them addressed by SAP early on. The tool provides detailed execution with screenshots.
Implementation projects can accelerate business process regression tests using SAP pre-delivered test scripts as well as a result dashboard with failure categorization and recommendations to quickly action on the test results obtained. SAP offers options with an accelerated form of testing which is done directly in the solution using the test automation tool or via a third-party testing tool. Required APIs (application programming interfaces) to integrate third-party testing tool as well as pre-delivered integration with CALM tool are available.
In every release, we can run the same set of test scripts, thus ensuring higher ROI (return of investment) in the long run. The benefits of test automation tools are depicted in figure 3 showing how valuable the test automation tool will be for customers.
Infrastructure as Code is becoming more common in modern IT organizations. DevOps teams use tools like Terraform or Ansible to build cloud resources and virtual machines. Demo and training environments, on the other hand, are almost always built manually. Why is that? In this post, we'll explore the evolution of a demo environment and some ways to automate them.
Alice: Hey Kira, I scheduled a sales demo for tomorrow morning at 8am. Sorry about the short notice, but this is the only time the prospect was free.Kira: Uh...I don't really have anything prepared. Normally we do some requirements gathering first...Alice: Oh, I'm not worried. You just work your magic and sprinkle some of that special Kira DevOps dust on it.Kira: Um...ok.
Kira closes the chat window and accepts her fate. She will have to build a demo environment because the company doesn't have one yet, and the devs are too busy fixing bugs to work on this. As a former developer, Kira knows how to write Code, and she's installed and set up the Initech software a few times. She goes to work building the first iteration of what we will call the "demo framework".The demo framework consists of a bunch of virtual machines that Kira runs from her laptop. The whole thing is built by hand, but that's ok because Kira is the only SE on the team. She doesn't have a whole lot of time to invest in building the demo environment, so she cuts some corners to get it done before the next day's meetings. The sales demo with Alice goes great, and Alice says, "You're a wizard, Kira."(Fast forward 12 months)
Initech has grown, and now there are eight sales reps and four sales engineers. The developers are as busy as ever creating new features and fixing bugs. The SE team shares the original demo that Kira built. The demo framework now runs in a shared account on AWS. It's not perfect, it has some rough edges, and the data is over a year old, but at least it works. Nobody really has time to fix the issues with the demo framework anyway. The team knows that it will have to be rewritten from scratch, but they just keep kicking that can down the road...
The SE team has now grown to 25, and the demo environments are in desperate need of an upgrade. There are known bugs, and the process for standing up a new demo environment is not easy to understand. New employees have to spend several weeks absorbing the tribal knowledge and trying not to run out of resources in their shared cloud account.Then one day, Kira's coworker Anthony accidentally copies his secret keys to the demo Git repository. Immediately a cryptocurrency mining bot picks them up and takes over the team's shared demo account. Within minutes hundreds of instances are created to mine cryptocurrency. The account is flagged for abuse, and AWS shuts the entire account down, taking the entire demo framework with it. The team of 25 SEs are completely out of luck and unable to do any demos or training without their shared AWS account. 2b1af7f3a8