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HP Applications: Strategies for the Modern Lifecycle

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An overview of current and future HP Application Lifecycle tools

An overview of current and future HP Application Lifecycle tools

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  • Whether embedded or business applications, or both; enterprises run major software enterprises.
  • Recognizing this fact, IT organizations have fundamentally changed the ways their people, processes, and technologies deliver applications. We’re seeing projects with offshore or near-shore support structures; a process shift away from document-heavy methods like Waterfall to flexible ones like Agile; and new technologies such as richer clients (RIA), cloud computing, service-based architectures and composite applications. These initiatives characterize modern application delivery:STABILITY/AGILITY: Where once the primary goal was that the application not fall over in production – effectively, get the damn thing stood up, and back away – now the expectation is that the application will undergo regular (weekly, monthly) change and be accordingly responsive. Think of it as the Siebel vs. Facebook paradigm – the move to the always on / always available / constantly changing application. “Do as I ask” / “Bring me ideas”: IT is no longer an esoteric back-office function, there simply as order-takers for the business. The business and IT are attached at the hip, and the primacy of the application means that the biz now looks to IT to provide innovative ideas about what is possible – how customers can be better reached, with greater efficiency, etc.COST REDUCTION: Yesterday, IT was the engine for biz cost reduction. Now, IT itself is also a target for cost reduction.EXHAUSTIVE / JUST ENOUGH: Where once IT processes were characterized by heavy documentation and exhaustive checklists, increasingly we see a borrowing from manufacturing’s lean principles so that the new flexible processes (and applications) aim for “just enough” documentation/features.“Does it work”/”Does it impress”: This again reflects the application’s evolution to its primary spot in the business. Where in the Web 1.0 days the main concern was simple data-entry screens and the corresponding business validation, RIA/Web 2.0 is pushing for applications for richer, more impressive applications that truly advance the company’s brand, both inside and outside the company’s walls.
  • Despite having the right objectives and having adopted the principles of modern delivery, application teams continue to experience frustration in the results. Why?
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    • 1. BTOS-WE-0900
      Twitter hashtag #HPSWU
    • 2. HP Applications
      Strategies for the Modern Lifecycle
    • 3. The Application Reality
      ERP
      inventory management
      Most enterprises run major software operations.
      wikis
      supply chain
      PoS
      mobile apps
      HR
      billing
      website
      payments
      order entry
      Embedded software
      CRM
    • 4. 4
      Footer goes here
      Business agility depends on application agility.
    • 5. Application Delivery: Yesterday & Today
      P
      people
      DISTRIBUTED TEAMS
      CO-LOCATED TEAMS
      P
      process
      FLEXIBLE METHODS
      SEQUENTIAL METHODS
      P
      tech.
      THIN CLIENT,
      SELF-CONTAINED
      COMPOSITE, CLOUD, RIA
    • 6. Right Aims, Wrong Results
    • 7. New Pressures on Delivery Fundamentals
      Has anyone verified the new GUI is secure?
      What are the working parts of the app?
      Have we covered all requirements?
      use cases, burn charts
      tests, milestones
      Nearly 60% of IT leaders say distributed teams significantly impacts productivity.
      –Forrester
      On average, 25% of application defects are found by customers.
      –Capers Jones
      An enterprise raises 2,000-70,000 RFCs per month.
      –Gartner
      Predictable outcome?
      Responsive to change?
      High quality apps?
    • 8. Restore Core Delivery Fundamentals
      UNIFIED SHARED ASSETS
      Predictable outcome?
      High quality apps?
      Responsive to change?
      • Full requirements mgmt.
      • 9. Agile, RIA, service testing
      • 10. Integrated performance, security
      • 11. Innovative lifecycle automation
      • 12. Traceability, change impact
      • 13. Real-time metrics
      • 14. Workflow automation
      • 15. Collaboration & asset reuse
      PREDICTABILITY
      QUALITY
      CHANGE-READINESS
    • 16. The Invisible Lifecycle
      PLAN
      “For a business application that is used for 15 years, the cost to go live is, on average, 8% of the lifetime TCO.”
      RUN
      DELIVER
      RETIRE
      –Gartner
    • 17. Solve for the Complete Lifecycle
      Burn rate, go/no-go metrics
      Seamless RFC capture and prioritization
      Architectural policies & compliance
      PLAN
      DevOps integration for performance SLAs
      RUN
      Data archival, application end-of-life
      DELIVER
      RETIRE
    • 18. HP Lifecycle Solutions & Operating Principles
      PLAN
      DELIVER
      RUN
      RETIRE
      COMPLETE LIFECYCLE COVERAGE
      Modular
      Business Availability
      HP ALM
      Project & Portfolio Management
      Records Management
      Integrated
      Quality Center
      Deployment Automation
      Archiving
      Heterogeneous
      SOA Systinet
      Perform Center
      Best-in-class
      Service Management
      App. Security Center
      CORE LIFECYCLE EXCELLENCE
      Traceability & Insight
      Unified Platform
      Simplified Web Access
      Technology Agnostic
      Powerful Automation
      Quality at the Center
    • 19. Preview: Applications 11
      Modern Solutions for Modern Delivery
    • 20. Legacy Delivery: Islands, Point Tools & Brute Force
      Replace w/ revision
      Project Manager
      Functional Test Engineer
      Performance Engineer
      Manual Testers
      Application Security
      Biz Analyst
      Developer
      (Java)
      Developer
      (MSVS)
      Developer
      (.NET)
    • 21. Modern Delivery with HP Application Solutions
      Replace w/ revision
      QC11
      Plan & Track
      PC11/LR11
      Project Manager
      HP Sprinter
      Functional Test Engineer
      Performance Engineer
      Manual Testers
      SINGLE REPOSITORY, UNIFIED PLATFORM
      ASC+Fortify
      HP ALM11
      Application Security
      RM11 + BPM
      Biz Analyst
      Developer
      (Java)
      Developer
      (MSVS)
      Developer
      (.NET)
    • 22. Reliably Predict Program Outcomes
      Define and measure progress metrics
      Real-time assessment of program health
      Summary and drill-down capabilities
      Embed status into other tools
      Single unified view
      HP ALM 11 Project Planning & Tracking
    • 23. Align to the Business Process Model (BPM)
      Comprehensive Requirements Traceability
      • Integratewith business process modeling tools, link requirements to BPM
      • 24. See requirements coverage at project or release level
      • 25. Standardize requirements definitionwith rich text editor + templates
      • 26. Trace relations between requirements, process paths, defects & tests
      • 27. Link requirements to tests, developer tasks & defects
    • Introducing HP Sprinter 11 (HP ALM and QC)
      NEW!
      • Screen capture and annotation
      • 28. Annotate defects in manual testing results
      • 29. Automatically record testing actions and results in HP ALM and HP QC 11.00
      • 30. Automated injection of data
      • 31. Mirror testing to test multiple platforms simultaneously
      Dramatic Innovation for Manual Testing
    • 32.
      • Scripting engine embedded within browser
      • 33. Data can be parameterized while scripting
      • 34. Transactions and logic can be added while scripting
      • 35. Automatic suggestion of automated steps
      • 36. No correlations required
      • 37. Supports all Ajaz applications
      A revolutionary way of performance scripting modern applications
      Introducing: LoadRunnerTruClient
      NEW!
    • 38. Securing the Application
      Fortify & the HP Investment
    • 39. Our Commitment to Secure Software
    • 40. Fortify Software Background
      Founded 2003   
      Since 2004, over 800 successful deployments      
      Trusted by more governments agencies than any other security vendor
      Veteran management team     
      Market-defining and award-winning products      
      200 Employees, HQ San Mateo, CA
      Selected as the Market Leader in the Gartner Magic Quadrant, released February 5, 2009
      Fall 2010: HP acquires Fortify
    • 41. Technical integration is already underway
      Hybrid 2.0
      Next generation application security analysis
      The first and only deep integration of dynamic and static application security analysis
      HP & Fortify products work together during analysis to produce better results
      Not just “after the fact” batch comparisons
      Best-of-breed cornerstone technologies
      Dramatic increase in the correlated data
      Substantial benefits to the business
      Efficient use of costly resources
      Reductions in “time to fix”
      Increased visibility into lifecycle risk
    • 42. Benefits to Customers
      Provides Comprehensive Application Security Assurance Solution: Combination has broadest software solution set in the marketplace.
      Accelerates the Time-to-Security for All Critical Applications: Best-of-breed products and services, including hybrid analysis, to protect applications and sensitive data from malicious attacks.
      Proactively Reduces Business Risk: Solution provides foundation to move from reactive remediation to proactive prevention and ability to scale to application security Centers of Excellence (CoEs).
    • 43. Applications in 2011 & Beyond
    • 44. Market Initiatives & Investment Priorities
      CUSTOMER INITIATIVES
      HP APPLICATION INVESTMENTS
      Better business alignment
      Traceability
      Release trains
      Dev/QA collaboration
      Management of the delivery lifecycle
      Scalability, usability
      Release Management & DevOps
      Lifecycle Intelligence
      Agile management
      RDM
      Composite apps
      Technology refresh (RIA, Web 2.0)
      Quality at the center
      Platform investment
      Greater test automation
      Unified functional testing
    • 45. Continue the conversation with your peers at the HP Software Community hp.com/go/swcommunity

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