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  • Micro Focus ALM/QC Integration w/ AutoTesting for Reporting & Analysis Americas
    Micro Focus ALM/QC Integration w/ AutoTesting for Reporting & Analysis Americas
    Matt Angerer Recorded: Jun 20 2019 43 mins
    Over the last few years, a major shift has occurred in the Quality Assurance (QA) and Software Testing Management space. Organizations are adopting smart test automation, but continue to find the need for traditional PMO-level reporting offered by tools like Micro Focus ALM and Quality Center. Often, this results in a tool mismatch that negatively impacts the ability to report in real-time across all phases of manual and automated testing.

    Smart test automation is no longer a “nice to have” but rather a foundational aspect of the testing process, and this is impacting the toolchain. Organizations are adding new test management tools like Selenium, Tricentis Tosca and others to their suite to better align with their Agile and test automation efforts. Global QA Directors are recognizing a multi-vendor and multi-tool approach to software quality assurance with commercial and open-source tools yields the best results.

    With test planning, design, execution, and reporting now split across multiple tools, organizations have lost their visibility into key QA metrics for measuring manual vs. automated test execution effectiveness, test automation progress, automated testing execution progress, and defect remediation for all phases of the software testing lifecycle.

    Join Senior Value Stream Architect, Matt Angerer, to learn how Tasktop can help you:

    •Modernize test management by adding new, specialized tools for test automation
    •Improve collaboration between QA teams working in their preferred tools of choice
    •Eliminate the laborious effort of manual synchronization and report generation
    •Centralize test data from automated and manual tests spanning multiple tools and instances for real-time reporting
  • Micro Focus ALM/QC Integration w/ Automated Testing for Reporting Analysis EMEA
    Micro Focus ALM/QC Integration w/ Automated Testing for Reporting Analysis EMEA
    Tina Dankwart Recorded: Jun 20 2019 27 mins
    Over the last few years, a major shift has occurred in the Quality Assurance (QA) and Software Testing Management space. Organizations are adopting smart test automation, but continue to find the need for traditional PMO-level reporting offered by tools like Micro Focus ALM and Quality Center. Often, this results in a tool mismatch that negatively impacts the ability to report in real-time across all phases of manual and automated testing.

    Smart test automation is no longer a “nice to have” but rather a foundational aspect of the testing process, and this is impacting the toolchain. Organizations are adding new test management tools like Selenium, Tricentis Tosca and others to their suite to better align with their Agile and test automation efforts. Global QA Directors are recognizing a multi-vendor and multi-tool approach to software quality assurance with commercial and open-source tools yields the best results.

    With test planning, design, execution, and reporting now split across multiple tools, organizations have lost their visibility into key QA metrics for measuring manual vs. automated test execution effectiveness, test automation progress, automated testing execution progress, and defect remediation for all phases of the software testing lifecycle.

    Join Senior Value Stream Architect, Tina Dankwart, to learn how Tasktop can help you:

    •Modernize test management by adding new, specialized tools for test automation
    •Improve collaboration between QA teams working in their preferred tools of choice
    •Eliminate the laborious effort of manual synchronization and report generation
    •Centralize test data from automated and manual tests spanning multiple tools and instances for real-time reporting
  • How ATOS Uses PlateSpin Migrate
    How ATOS Uses PlateSpin Migrate
    Stephan Riebroek, Jo de Baer Recorded: May 22 2019 52 mins
    This webinar is brought to you by the Vivit Automation and Cloud Builders Special Interest Group (SIG).

    In this webinar, you will learn all about Micro Focus PlateSpin; what it is and how can this tool be used to migrate workload from one place to another. The speaker will also explain how the migration to different platforms is setup. After attending this webinar, you will know:

    • The core principles of 'lift-and-shift" server migration
    • How ATOS is using PlateSpin to successfully migrate customer applications to the cloud and other platforms
    • What major features were recently added to PlateSpin and what the future road map looks like
  • How We Approached Evaluation of ALM Octane and Now Run Agile Testing
    How We Approached Evaluation of ALM Octane and Now Run Agile Testing
    Gerd Fladrich, Risang Sidik Recorded: May 16 2019 60 mins
    This webinar is brought to you by the Vivit Testing Quality ALM Special Interest Group (SIG).

    Join this webinar that will demonstrate how BNP Paribas started and performed evaluation of ALM Octane and is now using the tool to run complete agile testing lifecycles. The testing lifecycle will be presented as a live demo that follows Behavior-Driven Development (BDD) methodology and uses Gherkin notation for defining test suites.

    The testing lifecycle starts with definition of requirements and user stories, heavily builds on test automation and advanced reporting, manages and synchronizes defects across tools, and feeds learnings from testing back into the requirements. It uses an integrated development and testing infrastructure including products like Confluence, Jira, Micro Focus ALM, Micro Focus ALM Octane, Jenkins, GIT, Cucumber, IntelliJ, TestCafe, and others.

    BNP Paribas’s journey with agile test automation using ALM Octane started in 2017. The webinar presents in a nutshell how evaluation of ALM Octane was approached and conducted. It explains how new methods were introduced with the objective to leverage full tool functionality. The initiative has soon helped to increase testing efficiency and created important business value.

    Webinar participants will learn:

    • How BNP Paribas has conducted evaluation of ALM Octane
    • Why ALM Octane is much more than just a successor of ALM/Quality Center
    • How ALM Octane eases flexible management of its entire surrounding tool chain
    • Why methodology like BDD shall precede tools, and not vice versa
    • How Gherkin establishes a common language for the entire agile development lifecycle that helps integrating business, development, and testing
    • How to use ALM Octane for pipeline management, reporting, defect synchronization, import of performance testing and BPT results, integration of in-sprint testing etc.
  • Turning a Service Management Support Engineer Effortlessly into Learning Content
    Turning a Service Management Support Engineer Effortlessly into Learning Content
    Anna Marie Jupp Recorded: May 9 2019 50 mins
    There are many challenges facing those who work in the ITSM field. It seems the most significant challenge is the constant changes, whether they are within the tools and customers you are supporting, the on-and-off boarding of employees, or the changes in your ITSM solution from upgrades or total replacement. The Micro Focus Adoption Readiness Tool can help you guard against these changes affecting your business.

    • How to stop your knowledge leaving the building when the SME’s move on
    • How to put together a knowledge repository and maintain your content efficiently
    • How to create new content on the fly
    • How to make this knowledge available for everyone at the point of need
  • DevOps Adoption in The Real World – 3 Ways to Drive Test Centric Continuous Deli
    DevOps Adoption in The Real World – 3 Ways to Drive Test Centric Continuous Deli
    Julian Fish, Wes Godard Recorded: Apr 30 2019 59 mins
    As Enterprise DevOps adoption hits the mainstream, organizations are looking to streamline and simplify their Development and Testing practices through the use of Continuous Integration (CI) and Continuous Delivery (CD). Whilst CI and CD practices can provide significant benefits, such transformations are often led by Development teams, where little thought is given about the impact that the process and technology changes will have upon testing organizations, and the need to fully align all areas of the application delivery pipeline.
    In this live webinar, join Micro Focus to understand:
    • How development, test and release processes and pipelines can be easily and simply aligned
    • How test automation can be a core component of your CD pipeline and why an orchestrated DevOps toolchain is key to successful DevOps transformation
  • Critical Lessons Learned While Adopting DevOps Lifecycle for SecOps using Agile
    Critical Lessons Learned While Adopting DevOps Lifecycle for SecOps using Agile
    Matt Snyder Recorded: Apr 24 2019 60 mins
    This webinar is brought to you by the Vivit DevOps Special Interest Group (SIG).

    SecOps teams are always looking to strike a balance between staying ahead of new threats and not getting burned by older ones, all while having to do a hundred other things at once. The SecOps team at VMware will share their experience adopting a DevOps process for continuous improvement, while working to reduce the extreme utilization level of the Security Operations Center (SOC) team and to improve the overall security posture. The session will offer practical lessons learned, from a real 24/7 global SOC, without all the fancy buzzwords and feel good tips that don’t actually work in the real world.

    Join this webinar to learn:

    • How shifting the method of working has improved Security Monitoring, without having to spend more money
    • What to be aware of when adopting new methods or techniques
    • How to plan out goals and achieve them in environments where priorities constantly are shifting
  • Automated Monitoring Develops Golden Data, Automated AIOps OpsBridge Makes Shine
    Automated Monitoring Develops Golden Data, Automated AIOps OpsBridge Makes Shine
    Wes Cooper, Balagurunathan Rajagopal, Kara McMillan Recorded: Mar 28 2019 56 mins
    If data is king, then better make sure you collect ALL data types, right? How slow are the DB calls, is the container host strangled, are those VMs saturated, is the cloud vendor quality of service random? These can and will impact your business. Collect Once - Store Once (COSO): our intelligent data lake makes sure that your precious data lives in one place which means you can do great things with it.

    In this session, we’ll start with a look at some of the new features that do this in OpsBridge 2019.02:

    •See why it has been awarded leader status by EMA for advanced IT analytics, and gold medal by InfoTech for APM, amongst others
    •Learn what COSO really is and how you can use BYOBI tools to exploit what it governs
    •Watch short demos with these new features in action
  • Cyber Security: Keeping Ahead of the Game with Micro Focus
    Cyber Security: Keeping Ahead of the Game with Micro Focus
    Darren Blumenthal, Stan Wisseman Recorded: Mar 14 2019 60 mins
    Join us to hear about the hot new technology trends and topics in the world of cyber security and how Micro Focus tools can help you stay ahead of the game with your cyber hygiene.

    This webinar is the first of its kind, as we are combining the Vivit Automation & Cloud Builders Special Interest Group and the Vivit Security Special Interest Group. This gives us an opportunity:

    •To align our thoughts and common practices
    •To learn from each other
    •To ensure we are all being cyber resilient
  • Robotic Process Automation - Based on Micro Focus OO & UFT
    Robotic Process Automation - Based on Micro Focus OO & UFT
    Michael Bettan, Guillaume Dubuc, Michael O’Rourke Recorded: Mar 12 2019 60 mins
    Robotic Process Automation (RPA) technology creates digital factories to automate and integrate any repetitive administrative tasks. RPA reduces labor-intensive processes by imitating human effort to complete tasks, thereby boosting the capabilities of companies that perform high-volume transactional processes. Operating non-invasively on the surface (UI layer) without compromising the underlying IT infrastructure, RPA bridges the technology gap between fragmented, semi-structured legacy systems. The RPA solution is based on industry leading products Operations Orchestration (OO) and Unified Functional Testing (UFT). During this session, you will learn more about this RPA solution with a live demonstration.

    At this session we will cover the What and Why of RPA, as well as, hear how some customers are already benefiting:

    •Save time and money and learn how growth in adoption of RPA technology by organizations is allowing for greater speed and scalability while at the same time reducing risk
    •Overcome manual limitations and gain efficiencies; RPA helps IT eliminate human errors introduced by workarounds and manual data entry, all while completing tasks in record time

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