WEBINAR: Software Lifecycle Virtualization: What, When, Who, and How

Webinar: Software Lifecycle Virtualization: What, When, Who, and How

Broadcast: Wednesday, July 16, 2014 at 1:00 p.m. EST and 10:00 a.m. PST 

 

Tools.pngEffective and efficient communication and collaboration is more critical than ever in today’s global environment. However, many organizations are faced with aging and inflexible software lifecycles and infrastructures without a unified or systematic approach. Software lifecycle virtualization technology is playing an increasingly important role in the application lifecycle and affecting the developmental ability of testing teams to access limited or unavailable services in a simulated, virtual environment. Such technology speeds application delivery, eliminates risks and reduces cost by virtualizing services within existing environments.

 

Software lifecycle virtualization technologies are transforming the preproduction portion of the application lifecycle in ways that we are only beginning to understand. New tools coupled with a paradigm shift in how we test, release, and deliver systems will vastly reduce costs and change the way we work. Such virtualization technologies play a powerful role in the IT landscape by reducing the use of high-cost, business-critical infrastructure and help to synchronize the various components for testing.

 

What does lifecycle virtualization mean for you, your team, your IT department, your business, and your customers? As these new technologies evolve, how will they drive change, increase business value, speed up time to market, increase quality, reduce costs, and help mitigate risks?

 

We hope you can join HP on Wednesday, July 16, 2014 at 1:00 p.m. EST and 10:00 a.m. PST to learn:
• Why and how lifecycle virtualization plays a key role in how you make informed technology and business decisions
• How lifecycle virtualization can help your organization leverage its current capabilities to solve some of your biggest challenges
• How the next generation enterprise is enabled through lifecycle virtualization

 

Industry experts Theresa Lanowitz and Todd DeCapua will lead the discussion so bring your thoughts and questions to this interactive web seminar as we uncover the impact of lifecycle virtualization!

 

Be sure to register here!

 


Speaker Biography:

 

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Todd DeCapua
Senior Manager of Application Delivery Management, Go-To-Market for Software, HP Software

Todd DeCapua leads the product marketing team responsible for HP’s application delivery management portfolio, spanning network virtualization and service virtualization. Todd is a seasoned software professional with more than twenty years of experience in IT applications development, IT operations, product marketing, and product management in several domains, including mobile, agile, cloud, and performance. He has earned several industry awards and is an industry recognized leader, speaker, and author.

 

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Theresa Lanowitz
Industry Analyst
Founder of voke inc.

Theresa Lanowitz, founder of voke inc., is recognized worldwide as a strategic thinker and influencer in application lifecycle, virtualization, cloud computing, and convergence markets. Associated with some of the most breakthrough technology and products of their time, Lanowitz served as the lead industry analyst for billion-dollar enterprise software companies such as Mercury and Compuware. She holds a bachelor’s of science in computer science and mathematics from the University of Pittsburgh in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Comments
Zack Milton | ‎07-10-2014 04:33 AM

"However, many organizations are faced with aging and inflexible software lifecycles and infrastructures without a unified or systematic approach." - This is because those worked in the past, but things changed a lot in recent years, but so many companies just refuse to "up-grade" because of the implications that come with it, but sooner or later those companies will realize that the costs are bigger when running outdated solutions.

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