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HPE DevOps three-part webinar series

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  • Taking on Enterprise Agile with HPE
    Taking on Enterprise Agile with HPE Tye Davis, HPE Recorded: Apr 26 2017 41 mins
    One of the largest challenges that we see organizations faced with when adopting agile methodologies and practices, is to deliver fast with quality at scale. Agile and scaling Agile in the enterprise is a core part of HPE’s strategy as we continuously learn from our own R&D and HPE IT efforts, as well as our customers and partners to implement scaled Agile. This learning is applied to our software solutions that help enable Agile development, testing and scaled Agile including the Scaled Agile Framework. ALM Octane acts as the communication hub and decision support system to organize, plan, and deliver Agile projects on teams and scaled up in the enterprise. The tools empower programs and teams to manage their backlog with visibility into development and testing data, and with analytics/insights for release forecasting, tasks completion and resource allocation.

    Join Tye Davis, Product Marketing Manager for Enterprise Agile, to see enterprise agile in action and get a preview of the latest software solution for application lifecycle management. See what HPE is doing to help organizations implement scaled agile.

    This is part three in a three-part DevOps webinar series. Join us also for:
    Pattern your DevOps success & avoid the anti-pattern landmines: best practices, March 1
    A look at the future of software testing: HPE vision for Continuous Testing, March 29
  • A look at the future of software testing: HPE vision for Continuous Testing
    A look at the future of software testing: HPE vision for Continuous Testing Clint Sprauve, HPE Recorded: Mar 29 2017 33 mins
    Many organizations struggle with the implementation of the engineering practices of DevOps, specifically with continuous testing. What if software development teams had a solution that was 100% cloud based (for distributed teams), provided real-time data analytics (for quick feedback), and supported the activities of build, edit and execution of test scripts in the cloud (nothing on the desktop). Couple that with the ability to test mobile apps on multiple devices (for scale and efficiency), the option to use containers plus existing tools (including open source), and support visual UX testing (for user experience and accessibility) while linking directly to existing continuous delivery infrastructure, and the goal of continuous testing becomes in reach.

    Join Clint Sprauve, Product Marketing Manager for Continuous Testing & Automation, to see the future of continuous testing in action and get a sneak preview of the latest software solutions for test automation. See what HPE is doing to push the envelope and take a key leadership role for the future of DevOps, quality and automation.

    This is part two in a three-part DevOps webinar series. Join us also for:
    Pattern your DevOps success & avoid the anti-pattern landmines: best practices, March 1
    Taking on Enterprise Agile with HPE, April 26
  • Pattern your DevOps success & avoid the anti-pattern landmines: best practices
    Pattern your DevOps success & avoid the anti-pattern landmines: best practices Ashish Kuthiala and Kelly Emo, HPE Recorded: Mar 1 2017 48 mins
    Everyone’s talking DevOps and today, many are also doing. While first movers have advantage, they also leave a legacy of success patterns and fast failures. In this webinar, HPE DevOps technologists will share the aggregated knowledge of working with HPE’s own IT and R&D teams and global customers and partners who have been embarking on unique DevOps journeys for several years now and continuously implementing, learning and improving. This collective experience begins to shape DevOps patterns and anti-patterns that teams can learn from and apply as needed for their own unique DevOps scenarios.

    Explore proven patterns for connecting development and test teams in Continuous testing pipelines, integrating quality analytics into pipeline processes to accelerate progress, and assessing and engineering in the optimal level of automation to a continuous delivery toolchain to balance speed and risk. Avoid common anti-patterns such as “develop, deploy and forget” or “runaway build branches”.

    Join HPE’s Ashish Kuthiala and Kelly Emo as we share and explore these real-world DevOps anti-patterns, patterns and success stories.

    This is part one in a three-part DevOps webinar series. Join us also for:
    A look at the future of software testing: HPE vision for Continuous Testing, March 29
    Taking on Enterprise Agile with HPE, April 26

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