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Technology Preview: HP Application Lifecycle Management Goes Social

IMG_1730SMALL.jpgI am attending the HP Discover Vienna show and on mainstage,  HP executives provided a technology preview of a new breakthrough social networking functionality that empowers seamless social collaboration for requirements definition and management, development management, quality assurance, defect resolution, and seamless dev/ops collaboration.

 

Learn more about this breakthrough technology preview in this live blog from the show floor.

 

 

 

Three requirements for successful application lifecycle intelligence

Recently my team and I met with a variety of customers to talk about their application lifecycle needs. We talked to the head of the SDLC, as well as heads of testing, representing a few of the leading banks in the world, a mid-size software company for online advertising, a software company for virtual financial transactions, and a few more. 

 

What we heard time-and-time again from these customers is that traceability to source code changes and predictability into what’s coming from development teams can be a major cost driver in any organization, if not provided correctly.  

 

HP Discover Vienna: Building Modern Software? There is an App for that

IMG_1738SMALL.jpgThe just announced HP IT Performance Suite, VP of Apps edition delivers an updated Mobile application for managing the application lifecycle from the conference room, the production floor, or in the park.

 

This week at HP Discover, HP Software previewed some exciting innovations around Mobile applications.   

The  HP ALM Mobile application is based on a new HP Anywhere mobile solution architecture, providing breakthrough enterprise visibility, control, and flexibility.

HP Discover Vienna: HP Introduces Second Generation of Application Lifecycle Intelligence

HP's next generation of Application Lifecycle Intelligence was announced today at HP Discover Vienna.  This new solution expands HP ALM's development management system to include tight integrations with software-build management systems and can be the ultimate change agent for the VP of Apps.

 

I am attending HP Discover in Vienna, and today we announced our second-generation of our development management solution, Application Lifecycle Intelligence 2.0.

Raising the bar for cross team collaboration -- made possible through actionable ALM information

Supporting cross team collaboration -- between business analysts, developers, testers and project managers, is key to deliver applications faster and ALM can be a big help... when powered with actionable intelligence, ALM can be a catalyst to better interaction and faster delivery... Learn more in this blog...

From chaos and sprawl to seamless delivery of business innovation – Harness ALM for effective Agile and continuous delivery

Teams in IT responsible for delivering innovation through software are pressured to re-invent how they deliver—driving them quickly to methodologies and processes such as Agile and Continuous Delivery.   And while these practices promise rapid delivery of new business value, they can also strain the application delivery teams progress and rapidly break down quality if teams are not supported with timely information, the context for collaboration and automation of high-effort and repetitive activities – Enter Application Lifecycle Management –and create an open road for Agile delivery.

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  • Brian is a Product Marketing Manager for Application Development Management Solutions with and previously for Project and Application Portfolio Management, with extensive experience in presales and implementation roles.
  • I have more than 12 years in IT, with over 10 years working with the HP Quality Management suite of tools—seven as a Professional Services consultant for Mercury/HP. Additionally, I am the Regional Practice Lead for the Quality Management Strategy and Solutions organization which helps drive inovation in the areas of Best Practices and constancy of delivery.
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  • Kelly has over 20 years experience with enterprise systems and software in individual contributor and manager roles across product management, business development and product marketing. A majority of my focus has been in areas directly related to applications spanning from developer environments, enterprise Java, integration middleware, SOA infrastructure, SOA Governance and now application lifecycle management. Kelly has a B.S. in Computer Science from California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo and an MBA from the University of Santa Clara.
  • Malcolm is a functional architect, focusing on best practices and methodologies across the software development lifecycle.
  • Michael Deady is a Pr. Consultant & Solution Architect for HP Professional Service and HP's ALM Evangelist for IT Experts Community. He specializes in software development, testing, and security. He also loves science fiction movies and anything to do with Texas.
  • Backed up with over 20 years of IT experience ranging from Application Development, QA, Product Management and Product Marketing, Ofer Spiegel has acquired deep insight into the intricacies of Enterprise IT and its versatile challenges.
  • HP IT Distinguished Technologist. Tooling HP's R&D and IT for product development processes and tools.
  • 36-year HP employee that writes technical information for HP Software Customers.
  • WW Sr Product Marketing Manager for HP ITPS VP of Apps & HP Load Runner
  • Areas of expertise include project/portfolio management, software education and application lifecycle management
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