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As automation lightens the load on IT operations personnel, and the DevOps cultural shift brings dev and ops together, some ops people are worried about their jobs.
Furthermore, as DevOps takes hold, other roles in the organization are set to transform. DevOps potentially reworks project management methodologies, so what about the project managers? DevOps flattens organizations, so should middle managers be worried?
In this webinar, industry analyst and president of Intellyx Jason Bloomberg will set the stage with some broad observations about the organizational impact DevOps is having across enterprises.
Next, Pauly Comtois, VP of DevOps at Hearst Business Media will join Jason for a thought-provoking, in-depth discussion of how DevOps impacts individual's roles within the organization, with some first-person stories of Hearst Business Media’s DevOps transformation.
You will learn:
- Potential starting points to mapping your own DevOps transformation
- What non-technical groups and roles need to be part of any DevOps initiative – and methods for effective inclusion
- New organizational approaches to structure and collaboration that empower instead of threaten
- How to better manage business changes with DevOps strategies
The cloud is here to stay. However, that also means more and more companies are realizing that they’ve built two separate IT teams and are struggling to deliver quality services without a unified view. A true hybrid monitoring solution is the answer to this common problem.
Join Jay Lyman, Analyst at 451 Research, and Kent Erickson, Alliance Strategist at Zenoss, as they discuss what is shaping hybrid IT, where it's going, and what to do about it.
The functionality required by systems continues to increase and the digital semiconductor vendors are doing a pretty good job keeping the power requirements stable. In some cases, they’re even dropping the voltage levels to what considered at one time to be noise. From a power-management perspective, how do system designers deal with this need to squeeze every watt from the shrinking battery cells? That’s what will be covered on Day 2 in the three-part series of Embedded University: Analog/Power. Sponsored by Texas Instruments
Together, Windows 10 and Intel deliver the productivity, security and manageability you need to advance your business.
Intel and Microsoft have been collaborating for more than 30 years, creating technology that has changed the way we do business.
With Windows 10, we’ve taken this partnership to a whole new level, with new hardware lighting up key Windows features that help you stay ahead of security threats, while making it easy for you to manage devices across your business.
The new devices on Windows 10 and the new Intel 6th generation processor (Skylake) deliver:
•Better Productivity: Do more and be more productive with improved multi-tasking, less waiting, familiar interface and app compatibility
•Better Security: Helps protect identity, data and devices against modern security threats
•Better Manageability: Stay current with less effort, manage devices more effectively, remotely provision and deploy applications
Watch this webcast to:
•Discover Windows 10 productivity, security and manageability features that new hardware lights up
•Learn more about the Intel 6th generation processor (Skylake) and how it helps give time and money back to your company
•Get additional resources to evaluate when it might be time for new devices and what devices are right for you
Regulators, converters, boosters, mixed-signal, logic, drivers, and so on. The list seems to go on endlessly. Are you afraid to admit that you need a 101 course for analog/power? We can help. Day 1 of the three-day class, Embedded University: Analog/Power, will give you what you need to start your design, put you on the right track, and arm you with the tools necessary to design the analog and/or power subsystem within your design. Sponsored by Microchip.
HP ALM offers a great tool for managing and executing tests, and can form the cornerstone of a solid DevOps framework. However, DevOps involves far more than just tooling.
This webinar will demonstrate how to import BPM models to CA Agile Requirements Designer and further convert them into an active flowchart. Optimized tests can thereby be derived directly from the BPMs, bringing the business and IT into close alignment and eliminating manual effort. If the BPM changes, difference and dependency analysis and can be used to identify its impact on the system, automatically updating test assets.
Featuring Philip Howard of Bloor Research, this webinar will show you how the right tooling, processes and culture can fully automate testing, and how testing can be embedded within a success DevOps pipeline, driven by the design phase.
By attending this demo, you will understand:
- Why traditional testing techniques might not be suited to DevOps, with manual test design and maintenance creating delays and allowing an unacceptable number of defects
- How a requirements driven approach can eliminate many of the testing bottlenecks within a DevOps framework, while avoiding the “information hops” which degrade quality
- How to automate test case design, data provisioning and maintenance, building a re-usable library of test components to accommodate rigorous testing within a DevOps framework
Application Defender can provide consistent and centralized logging of application use and abuse to SOCs or others tasked with Security Monitoring. Learn about the Application Logging categories and use cases that will enable you to gain visibility into application activity across the whole enterprise without changing source or parsing logs.
Does your storage system scale as you grow?
Should you go with scale-up or scale-out architecture?
Which hybrid scale-out NAS is right for you?
Netapp, EMC Isilon, Panasas, Lustre - which one is the best fit for you?
In this on-demand webinar, Panasas's Andre Franklin, Sr. Product Marketing Manager presents on:
- Scale and Scalability
- Scale-up vs. Scale-out
- Measuring Scalability
In the digital era, IT has an extraordinary opportunity to become a data-driven business partners helping the business achieve its goals of revenue generation, cost reduction, and risk mitigation. However, IT reporting and analytics have historically focused on descriptive and diagnostic work – describing what happened and why. The speed and agility of the digital revolution demands the ability to not only describe what happened in the past but to predict what might happen in the future and to make recommendations about what should be done.
IT operations analytics offers IT organizations a path to evolve the use of machine, operational and business data for more effective, forward-looking prioritization and decision-making. And in a recent BMC sponsored survey, 79% of IT pros said they would be more effective at their job if they had access to non-IT sources of data to help them make decisions in business context.
Join Donnie Berkholz, 451 Research, and Erin Avery, BMC Software, for a high energy, fast paced discussion on adaptive, real-time analytics that any IT operations organization can adopt to become highly prescriptive and predictive.
Applications are becoming increasingly complex making it difficult to understand customer experience and quickly triage application performance issues. With large scale, applications spanning multiple platforms and geos it can be a challenge to view the large amounts of data produced by monitoring tools, let alone administer.
Introducing APM 10.2 that builds on the patent-pending innovations delivered in APM 10 to help you understand and start to tame the complexities of managing enterprise application performance. In this webcast you will learn about the new features in APM 10.2 including:
• Enterprise Team Center, which works under the hood to provide Team Center to aggregate data across your APM enterprise environment allowing you to view application performance across clusters.
• Team Center Universes that provides security, management and navigation needed to understand application environments. Similar to global filters that focus portions of the application environment for specific users allowing them to see only what is important to them.
• APM Command Center (ACC) Agent Builder enables you to create and manage custom agent packages suitable for your environment providing the speed and consistency you need to manage large application environments.
Learn more about how CA APM 10.2 helps you start taming your complex application environments, understand application performance at scale and deliver optimal customer experience.
Rajesh Sarangapani, Gallop Solutions and Clint Sprauve, HPE
With Agile and DevOps practices in the forefront, the approach to the software development lifecycle demands a constant shift-left/right. It’s no secret that release cycles are accelerating. But how do you keep pace with the demands for faster, better, more complete testing?
Agile and DevOps testing teams need to:
• Collaborate to accelerate test design and maintenance
• Share the same IDEs, tools and templates
• Integrate with other testing processes and open technologies for continuous delivery
To achieve this you need a solution specifically built for continuous testing and continuous integration.
HPE Lean Functional Testing (LeanFT) is a powerful and lightweight tool that is perfect for developers, testers and automation engineers who practice Agile and DevOps. This web event will deep dive on the drivers for migrating to LeanFT, and challenges that you would encounter when implementing this transformation from a people, process and technology standpoint in the context of your current organization. It will also decipher the secret sauce to take a systematic approach to drive transformation (re-engineer process, people and technology) on your current automation initiative.
As business demands faster delivery of quality applications, the design, development, testing, and production teams need to work collaboratively, smarter, and faster to remove bottlenecks in the software delivery cycle. In the world of DevOps, it is important for each team to work beyond their comfort zones to adopt new processes, new cultures, and new tools to drive the transformation across the enterprise and make an impact on the business.
In this web event, we will examine what challenges traditional “dev/test” teams face in moving faster and how they can start to remove these challenges.
Good quality software may not be enough to provide a brilliant user experience, but it’s clear that mobile apps with sluggish load times and cluttered interfaces will only push users away. To deliver a great user experience, mobile app developers and testers must continuously improve the quality and velocity of testing practices.
Join this web event to learn how to better test and deliver on mobile apps through the latest HPE Mobile Center innovations—from placing mobile analytics at the core of your testing practices to supporting the latest OS versions and devices.
You’ll also learn how to:
Improve the quality of your testing practices by using HPE AppPulse Mobile real-time analytics and sentiment analysis
Implement continuous testing into your mobile app development
Get an accurate picture of your end-to-end mobile performance by blending virtual users and real devices
Seamlessly report back on defects and provide feedback to your team on the design
Alex Yakyma, Scaled Agile and Matt Brayley-Berger, Hewlett Packard Enterprise
Is IT able to deliver at the speed of business? Probably not. Many organizations are exploring how DevOps can enable them to accelerate delivery and improve quality, but they struggle with the transformation. In this web event, SAFe evangelist Alex Yakyma will share key insight about the impact organizational factors can have on establishing a continuous delivery pipeline. You will learn specific techniques for organizing Agile Release Trains and teams to enable DevOps capability, in order to improve software delivery. You will also understand the importance of two critical concerns: building a DevOps capability vs. actually using it. Lastly, you will understand the key aspects of economic framework that governs decision-making for DevOps at scale.
If you are trying to accelerate software delivery, improve quality and adopt agile at scale, then this web event will help you get started on your transformation.
More and more enterprises are making bold moves, betting on the cloud to be the catalyst that could gain them a competitive advantage. Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) is a proven approach delivering IT and business solutions that help organizations innovate while providing outstanding user experiences. Whether for the private or public cloud, examine what enables a successful SaaS provider to deliver rapid returns and optimize resources, offering reliable services when you need them. In this session, learn how you can benefit from a SaaS relationship – and how to choose your SaaS provider well.
In today's digital enterprise, an application is the face of the business. The ability to proactively monitor and manage user behavior is a must. Application teams need tools to provide a comprehensive look into what is happening within the applications in real time, and at the right level.
HPE AppPulse Suite offers synthetic monitoring, and real user behavior metrics to track user experience, as well as transaction tracing to the code level. It empowers application owners, developers, and IT to work collaboratively to detect and resolve issues, to lower app abandonment, and increase adoption rates.
Join us for this Webinar to learn from user experience professionals about a smarter UX monitoring solution that:
Emulates user actions and upholds SLAs
Measures everything impacting the user experience in real time
Traces user actions down to the line of code, exception and log files
Find and resolve app issues before your users do… Deliver one fantastic user experience!
Software continues to change our world, and gaining or maintaining a competitive advantage demands that applications are delivered at a blistering pace, and with the highest quality.
In a world driven by continuous delivery, Agile and higher levels of automation, HPE would like to introduce you to the next generation platform to support how modern ALM is evolving.
HPE’s fully web-based platform will help your teams collaborate more easily, manage the software delivery pipeline, fully understand the impact of change, and help the team make the most informed project-decisions as they support the business.
Julian Harty, Consultant/Author and Antoine Aymer, HP Enterprise
Active apps demand constant care. The environment is perpetually in flux, and changes can adversely affect how an app works on end-users’ devices. To meet or exceed user expectations, developers and testers must continuously enhance their testing practices.
In this web event, the authors of The Mobile Analytics Playbook will share insights on how mobile analytics can help testers, developers, and designers improve their mobile application testing.
You’ll learn six techniques to:
• Improve release velocity without compromising quality
• Bridge the gap between analytics, feedback, and testing
• Overcome the “long-tail” problem of mobile OS and device fragmentation
• Become proactive in creating a better user experience
In an age where we have billions of things connected, streaming media and on-demand business platforms, network traffic is growing at an unprecedented and exponential rate. Do you know how the network affects your app and website performance? Will your customers “hang in there” while your page is loading, so they can complete their purchase? And do you know what part of the code is really causing the "hang up”?
HPE Network Virtualization emulates real network behavior so you can validate and test applications to ensure that there are no failures in production and user experience will be above par after deployment. It also provides optimization recommendations on a code level for immediate remediation of issues and bottlenecks.
Join us on this web event to learn more about Network Virtualization and how it can ensure stellar app performance, satisfied customers, and a growing business.
Today’s IT environment is one of complexity – applications need to change rapidly to keep up with rising user expectations. There’s a multitude of devices, operating systems and app versions for IT to keep up with. And when something goes wrong?
The worst way to monitor performance and stability is to wait for users to complain – by then they will abandon your app.
Recent surveys find that 61% of App & Ops teams lack APM solutions featuring user experience dashboards – they lack the end-to-end visibility from the user action, to the network, to the line of code.
IT operations require a central view into their applications and infrastructure to be able to react fast to app performance and stability issues. HPE Operations Bridge brings everything together in a single-pane-of-glass to consolidate events and data from multiple disparate sources. But do the events feeds of your Operations Dashboard give you a good sense for how users are experiencing your apps and services?
During this Webinar, you’ll learn from user experience and performance monitoring experts how IT Ops can maintain a single-pane-of-glass for all applications within the organization whether Web, Mobile, desktop or SaaS apps. By integrating HPE AppPulse with HPE Operations Bridge, IT Ops can collaborate with apps teams to act quickly to resolve business critical events, and improve user experience.
Users expect your applications and systems to deliver an exceptional experience every time—on any device and in any location. However, meeting these expectations in the face of network and performance issues can seem like an impossible task.
Join this Hewlett Packard Enterprise-sponsored web event to learn what load testing trends will define 2016, and how performance engineering specifically can help you scale your testing, release exceptional products, and delight your customers.
You’ll learn four essential performance engineering practices, including how to:
• Engineer and design applications up front before starting development
• Integrate DevOps and continuous integration for fast delivery
• Increase velocity with continuous deployment
• Use continuous feedback to gather metrics
Hewlett Packard Enterprise recently announced the release of the latest Service Pack for the Functional Test Automation Solution.
In this latest release, HPE continues to invest in supporting a wide variety of technologies, expand the API testing and mobile testing capabilities and introduce some new integrations including HPE Network Virtualization.
In this webinar, we will cover what’s new in UFT 12.52 and BPT 12.52 and look at:
UFT’s new UI and API Testing capabilities
BPT features, including LeanFT for BPT
Enhanced and flexible reporting via the new HTML report
In the latest 2016 report from Gartner, HPE was recognized as the highest ranked leader in the Magic Quadrant for Software Test Automation. A key component of the ranking was HPE’s strength in mobile and UX testing.
In this session, the team behind HPE Mobile Center will expose you to the latest innovations and integrations. Discover a smart and easy way to enhance your mobile testing practices – from continuous testing with LeanFT to applying analytics for better testing with AppPulse Mobile. Complement your real device testing framework with state-of-the-art Android emulators. HPE Mobile Center now gives you free security scans right out of the box via a unique integration with Fortify on Demand.
In this webinar, you will learn the key new features in HPE Mobile Center and:
How to improve the quality of your testing practices by using HPE AppPulse Mobile real-time analytics
How Genymobile's industry leading Genymotion emulator together with HPE's Mobile Center offers an unmatched device coverage
How HPE Mobile Center eases team collaboration
The new release of Scaled Agile Framework Version 4 features extensive refinements to many elements of the framework, as well as new content and guidance that helps enterprises better organize around value delivery, develop systems that include hardware and software, and improve development, coordination, and delivery of value streams.
In this webinar, Dean Leffingwell will highlight what’s new in SAFe 4.0:
• SAFe now supports both software and systems development
• a new Value Stream Level – including new roles, activities and artifacts – is provided for those building the world’s largest systems
• Enterprise Kanban systems manage the flow of work across all systems
• the SAFe Requirements Model has been updated to reflect additional backlog items and to clarify the expression for each
• built-In Quality practices now support software and systems development
• and much, much more!
Register now to hear Dean speak about SAFe 4.0 in this exciting webinar!
Your organization’s existing projects including: requirements, tests, test runs, defects, state updates, code check-ins, etc. are some of your most valuable and unused resources. Until now, we haven’t heard much about applying advanced analytic techniques to application lifecycle management, quality assurance, and operations management. That is about to change.
During this webinar we will introduce some key data science concepts, explain how they relate to application lifecycle management, offer recommendations for steps you can take now to prepare your data for analysis in the near future and talk more about the recently released Predictive Defect Convergence functionality already available for use with the HPE ALM product today.
Ori Bendet, Yossi Neeman, Hewlett Packard Enterprise
Today’s applications are becoming more complex. From multi-layer applications, to micro-services to containers, QA & automation engineers are required to test more with less and without compromising the quality of the app.
In this session we’ll explain the pros & cons of testing at each of the different layers of the application and also share some best practices around Agile Testing. Everything will be demonstrated on a demo application built with the latest technology stack including NodeJS, REST APIs and MongoDB and tested using UFT 12.52.
Gabi Bar-Joseph and Yaniv Toledano, Hewlett Packard Enterprise
Security threats facing businesses today are pervasive, sophisticated and mainstream. With today's cyber challenges, can you afford not knowing, what you do not know?
In this session, see firsthand a security program that implements comprehensive and secure development controls efficiently within your application delivery management workflows. Build proven and reliable information security coverage, embedded as part of the overall software development process. Examine the facts-based approach of trustworthy evidence and certifications that meet stringent industry standards today.
Be ready for your software security breach. Learn how to keep your business out of the spotlight, and in a good way.
Join us to hear about:
How to automate the creation of scripts and test scenarios based on monitoring results
Shift Left and continuous testing
Accelerating mobile testing
See how we've expanded functionality and usability to enable you to deliver your apps faster to the market.
Join this channel to get insights into ways to address the current challenges applications teams are experiencing today around application performance, application functionality, mobility, agile, cloud, etc. You will hear from product experts, industry analysts, and customers as they discuss their experiences as well as their best practices.
Hear more information on Hewlett Packard Enterprise applications solutions at www.hpe.com/go/alm