Mobile App and Web testing brings with itself challenges that are far more complex than desktop App and Web testing. A solution that makes the most comprehensive and efficient use of the cloud to resolve all the issues one faces while performing mobile app and web testing and even beyond is Perfecto MobileCloud.
Our spotlight turns its focus to Inflectra corporation, provider of ALM tools to discuss testing trends and its impact on enterprises. Inflectra is a privately held software company dedicated to helping our customers - large corporations, small businesses, professional services firms, government agencies and individual developers – with the means to effectively and affordably manage their software development lifecycles, so as to decrease the time to market and increase return on investment.
The market is flooded with business app development solutions. With the rise of Mobilization we also see a number of MEAP and mBaaS solutions taking birth. But a point where every enterprise comes to cross road is, to choose a solution that conforms to enterprise processes or should the enterprise processes be remoulded to suite the requirements of the chosen business app development solution. Which approach would serve the enterprise better?
CloudBees Java PaaS arms app developers with a set of services, that an be instantly activated with a click, so that they can rapidly build and run new business applications with zero IT administrative overhead. Not only building and running the apps CloudBees also ensures that developers do not face any issues in maintaining the deployed apps. CloudBees serves the needs of a wide range of businesses from small start-ups that need to quickly create new on-line businesses, to large IT organizations that need to rapidly respond to dynamic market opportunities.
Organizations are seeing a huge benefit adopting to DevOps and Continuous Delivery and a variety of ALM applications have come to light in the recent past supporting the very concept. Serena Software is one of the leading player within the pack and no one better than Mark Slater, regional director for the UK and Ireland at Serena Software to have a quick catch up with.
Brad Peters, CEO and co-founder of Birst of Birst Inc. comes with an experience of building analytics products and solutions. Prior to Birst, he helped found and later led the Analytics product line at Siebel Systems which forms the basis of Oracle’s current OBIEE product family. A quick chat on BI, BigData and Birst analytics services, Brad has revealed some interesting views. Here is a quick summary.
Last week, Dmitry Sotnikov, COO of Jelastic had the opportunity to chat with Michael "Monty" Widenius, the author of the original version of the open-source MySQL database, and currently working on the community-developed branch of the MySQL database, MariaDB.
Adam Brown has 15 years’ experience with performance testing and performance testing tools across multiple sectors. Having worked with vendors for all of his career he is very familiar with the pressure of making a performance tool work correctly and accurately and delivering results within a very short period of time. He loves a challenge and enjoys translating the cryptic information gleaned from protocol automation up to an understandable level for non-experts and ultimately to enable businesses to make decisions.
Jelastic, next generation Java hosting platform which can run and scale ANY Java application without the need of code change, recently announced Jelastic plug-in for Eclipse, a popularly used IDE for Java App development. Here is some more information on Jelastic PaaS and its Eclipse plugin collected from Dmitry Sotnikov, COO of Jelastic.
ToolsJournal had the opportunity to have a quick chat with Chris Sells, VP of Telerik’s Developer Tools Division. The information gathered provides more insight on Telerik Developer Tools R3 release and first hand information on the touch centric Windows 8 world coming from Chris's personal experiences on working with yet to be released Microsoft Windows 8 platform.