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Test management software will be extremely helpful for enterprises looking to implement agile methods. Agile testing methodologies have become synonymous with effective quality assurance in today's software development environment. However, there remains some discussion regarding its effectiveness within enterprise operations.
DevOps is a complicated mix of processes, people, and tools. For DevOps to succeed, people must work in harmony with their processes and tools. Many people are looking to introduce new tools as part of their DevOps initiatives. Yet many are not sure which tools they need, since they all claim to do pretty much everything. We sat down with several veteran practitioners to try to navigate through the tools jungle. The result was the following “DevOps Cheat Sheet”.
VersionOne has announced its spring 2014 release and the focus appears to be release management and collaboration along with enhanced integrations. Not long ago in winter the company has released epic release planning, planning room feature to create any number of boards and timelines, analytics panels and updates.
Recently TargetProcess has announced launch of TargetProcess 3 with many new features, functional and non-functional. Few of the notable features being better user experience, better visualization of data, improved boards like Kanban board, Task board and others. Let us dig few of these enhancements
A few days ago, well-known global information and communications technology (ICT) solutions provider Huawei showcased its agile network solution, aimed at providing enterprise customers with agile networking service and capability.
Sharing a board with anyone is now easy with Targetprocess3. In a true agile development team’s prioritisation sense, ability to share a Board with anyone is one of the ideas which have more number of votes; hence this feature has been developed.
CollabNet, a provider of cloud-based Application Lifestyle Management (ALM) solutions provider for agile software delivery using its TeamForge ALM platform has succeeded in landing eBaoTech as a client.
Given a choice, development and testing teams would prefer Waterfall over Agile. The main reason for this preference is that the Waterfall method provides stable and documented requirements. It is also less dependent on highly skilled resources and helps provide time for design and quality assurance activities.
Well-known social business platform Jive Software, Inc. (Nasdaq: JIVE), has announced its availability in Japan with a new customised, local version of the Jive platform and a dedicated sales team.
Collaborator had established itself as a Review Tool For Project Deliverables Beyond The Code with its last release six months back, with the introduction of capabilities to review not only code but also documents and artefacts.