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An overview of HP Application Lifecycle Management and how it improves collaboration between developers and QA

An overview of HP Application Lifecycle Management and how it improves collaboration between developers and QA


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  • Business is transforming on a broad scale. Today’s enterprise IT departments must support global, 24x7 operations with integrated operations and supply chains. Plus, IT is expected to deliver real-time information and insight to the business allowing the right information to be placed in the hands of the right people at the right time to make critical business decisions. And of course, there is zero tolerance for downtime.At the same time, IT is responding to and planning for the new paradigms that are driving the evolution of technology and the business.The consumerization of IT is apparent in our day-to-day activities and is rapidly moving into use by the enterprise—instant messaging, social networking, wikis, blogs—all are being leverage by the business on an enterprise scale—allowing both new opportunities for sharing information as well as support and security challenges.Now more than ever, we are seeing new web, mobile, and green initiatives changing the operational landscape. Things that used to be “nice to haves” or “somedays” are now competitive differentiators and opportunities for huge cost savings.Emerging technologies like virtualization, SaaS, and cloud computing that I mentioned offer incredible possibilities for improvements in efficiencies, agility and mobility, but there are huge risks inherent in adopting them. Virtualization, for example, which has been proven to reduce IT costs associated with hardware, power and cooling, and improve server utilization rates. All of these benefits allow IT to put more money into innovation and less into operational expense. But like most technologies, if managed poorly, virtualization can have the opposite effect adding a new layer onto existing hardware with the potential to make an already complex environment even more so, leading to higher management costs.And new technologies, such as cloud computing, are introducing new business models with greater self-service capabilities and significant cost advantages. But what about reliability? When these services fail, the control is out of your hands. And although the problems may be resolved, the damage done to your business may never be repaired.
  • Business is transforming on a broad scale. Today’s enterprise IT departments must support global, 24x7 operations with integrated operations and supply chains. Plus, IT is expected to deliver real-time information and insight to the business allowing the right information to be placed in the hands of the right people at the right time to make critical business decisions. And of course, there is zero tolerance for downtime.At the same time, IT is responding to and planning for the new paradigms that are driving the evolution of technology and the business.The consumerization of IT is apparent in our day-to-day activities and is rapidly moving into use by the enterprise—instant messaging, social networking, wikis, blogs—all are being leverage by the business on an enterprise scale—allowing both new opportunities for sharing information as well as support and security challenges.Now more than ever, we are seeing new web, mobile, and green initiatives changing the operational landscape. Things that used to be “nice to haves” or “somedays” are now competitive differentiators and opportunities for huge cost savings.Emerging technologies like virtualization, SaaS, and cloud computing that I mentioned offer incredible possibilities for improvements in efficiencies, agility and mobility, but there are huge risks inherent in adopting them. Virtualization, for example, which has been proven to reduce IT costs associated with hardware, power and cooling, and improve server utilization rates. All of these benefits allow IT to put more money into innovation and less into operational expense. But like most technologies, if managed poorly, virtualization can have the opposite effect adding a new layer onto existing hardware with the potential to make an already complex environment even more so, leading to higher management costs.And new technologies, such as cloud computing, are introducing new business models with greater self-service capabilities and significant cost advantages. But what about reliability? When these services fail, the control is out of your hands. And although the problems may be resolved, the damage done to your business may never be repaired.
  • Business is transforming on a broad scale. Today’s enterprise IT departments must support global, 24x7 operations with integrated operations and supply chains. Plus, IT is expected to deliver real-time information and insight to the business allowing the right information to be placed in the hands of the right people at the right time to make critical business decisions. And of course, there is zero tolerance for downtime.At the same time, IT is responding to and planning for the new paradigms that are driving the evolution of technology and the business.The consumerization of IT is apparent in our day-to-day activities and is rapidly moving into use by the enterprise—instant messaging, social networking, wikis, blogs—all are being leverage by the business on an enterprise scale—allowing both new opportunities for sharing information as well as support and security challenges.Now more than ever, we are seeing new web, mobile, and green initiatives changing the operational landscape. Things that used to be “nice to haves” or “somedays” are now competitive differentiators and opportunities for huge cost savings.Emerging technologies like virtualization, SaaS, and cloud computing that I mentioned offer incredible possibilities for improvements in efficiencies, agility and mobility, but there are huge risks inherent in adopting them. Virtualization, for example, which has been proven to reduce IT costs associated with hardware, power and cooling, and improve server utilization rates. All of these benefits allow IT to put more money into innovation and less into operational expense. But like most technologies, if managed poorly, virtualization can have the opposite effect adding a new layer onto existing hardware with the potential to make an already complex environment even more so, leading to higher management costs.And new technologies, such as cloud computing, are introducing new business models with greater self-service capabilities and significant cost advantages. But what about reliability? When these services fail, the control is out of your hands. And although the problems may be resolved, the damage done to your business may never be repaired.
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    • 1. Session ID: BTOT-TH-1000/1
      Twitter hashtag #HPSWU
    • 2. Speaker Name: Durga Sammeta & RazielTabib
      Date: December 2nd, 2010
      Session ID: BTOT-TH-1000/1
      HP ALM
      How to improve collaboration between developers and QA
    • 3. Agenda
      3
      Footer goes here
      Introduction
      Pain Points
      HP ALM Solution
      Demo
      Partner Ecosystem
      Q&A
    • 4. HP Application Lifecycle Management
      Application Lifecycle Management
      Project Planning & Tracking
      Enterprise Release Management
      Requirements Management
      Development
      Management
      Quality
      Management
      Requirements Definition*
      Requirements Management
      Secure Development
      Defect Management
      Development Integrations
      Functional
      Security
      Performance
      Foundation
      Process Standardization
      (i.e. Waterfall, Agile)
      Extensibility
      (Open APIs)
      Traceability
      Reporting
      4
      Footer goes here
    • 5. What Business Wants?
      Predictability
      Agility
      Cost
      3
      2
      1
      Ability to predict project outcomes
      Do more with less
      Deliver quality software on time
      5
    • 6. Deliver quality software ontime and under budget
      6
      HP Confidential
    • 7. Challenges
    • 8. Distributed Teams
      Managers
      Developers
      QA
      Business Analysts
      Mergers
      Acquisitions
      Outsourcing
    • 9. Lack of
      Collaboration
    • 10. Many Tools, Technologies, and Systems
      Scrum
      Waterfall
      Electric
      Commander
      VSS
      AccuRev
      SVN
      CVS
      Hudson
      Hybrid
      RUP
      AnthillPro
      AccuRev
    • 11. Lack of
      Traceability
    • 12. Solution?
      Integrations & Partnerships
    • 13. Development Tools
      • IDEs - Eclipse or VSTS
      • 14. Task or Work Item Management
      Developers
      ProjectProgram Mangers
      • Build & Continuous Integration
      Project Planning
      & Tracking
      HP ALM
      Requirements
      Development
      • Source Code Management
      Test
      • Project Management
      PCOE Manager
      Performance Eng
      QA Manager
      Development Manager
      Testers
      BA
    • 15. IDE Market Share
      Microsoft
      Eclipse
      Source: Forrester report on IDE Usage Trends, 2008
    • 16. SCM Market Share
      • Over5 Million SVNusers
      • 17. Over20,000downloads per month
      Source: Dr. Dobbs Global Developer TechnographicsSurvey, Q3 2009
    • 18. Build and Continuous Integration
    • IDE
      SCCM
      BuildAutomation
      • TaskTop & CollabNet
      • 27. Eclipse & Eclipse-based clients
      • 28. Visual Studio
      CollabNet
      AccuRev
      Perforce
      CVS
      ClearCase
      Current HP ALM Development Tools Integrations
    • 31. HP & CollabNet Joint ALM Solution
    • 32. Task Management
      Mylyn averages 1 milliondownloads per month
      Tasktop is the Enterprise Mylyn
      Brings HP ALM into the IDE
    • 33. Connecting HP ALM to developer workflow
      Problem
      Heterogeneous ALM environments: HP, IBM, Microsoft, Agile vendors, open source
      Developers are disconnected from planning and ALM systems
      Failure to update defects, source code not linked, knowledge not captured
      Tasktop
      Makes the IDE the collaboration hub for the developer
      Akin to a developer’s “Outlook”, with HP ALM as the collaboration hub and server
      Automatically links task, source and build artefacts to HP ALM
      Provides developer interoperability and linking between HP ALM and over 50 ALM tools
      Captures developer workflow as context and stores it in HP ALM, ensuring QA and other stakeholders have access to the knowledge created by development
    • 34. Solution Benefits
      Requirements
      • Better predictabilityvia end-to-end ALM traceability
      Tests
      Tasks
      • Unparalleled change impact analysis
      HP ALM
      Defects
      SCCM
      • Improve collaborationthrough technical innovation
      Build
    • 35. Continue the conversation with your peers at the HP Software Community hp.com/go/swcommunity