• Variations in data for more thorough test coverage
• Steps to shortcut object recognition to eliminate the need for troubleshooting
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Microservice architecture has been adopted by modern software teams as a way to deliver business value faster to address the DevOps goal of maximizing value by reducing cycle time. Container technology enables delivery of microservices into any environment. Docker has accelerated this by providing an easy to use toolset for development teams to build, ship, and run distributed applications. These applications can be composed of hundreds of microservices packaged in Docker containers. These containers are deployed and running on ANY IaaS (e.g. AWS, GCP, Azure or on-prem).
In a recent NGINX survey, the “biggest challenge holding back developers” is the trade-off between quality and speed. As Martin Fowler indicates, testing strategies in microservices architecture can be very complex. To address this complexity, we need to test in a real environment with real data – the “continuous delivery” (CD) phase of the lifecycle.
A framework enables developers working in the Docker ecosystem to easily test a complex system of microservices. For developers, it requires no behavior change. Developers gravitate to frameworks to speed up their development. Using frameworks also allows people to share best practices. A framework applied to testing of microservices in containers is a simple abstraction layer. Abstractions make life simpler for Developers building and deploying modern apps.
As part of our 3 part series, "User Experience isn't Everything, Its the Only Thing", join Eric Odell from HPE for "Most Important: Optimize Through Analytics and Feedback"
Eric will share how to:
- Improve the quality of your testing practices by using real-time analytics and sentiment analysis to track your user’s experience
- Detect and resolve issues to lower your app abandonment
- Increase adoption rates and deliver a great user experience
Join us for this 60 minute demo on AppPulse. The AppPulse Suite is an integrated Application Performance Monitoring solution that automates and accelerates the process by which application teams deliver and adapt user-focused applications. Now application teams can quickly isolate problems that negatively impact the UX and drill down to the root cause—from user actions, to network issues, down to the line of code or specific transaction log. The result: teams can achieve both the speed and quality required to meet user expectations and business objectives - high velocity, high frequency apps with quality.
Whether you are solely responsible for an application in your company, or you support a team that is, its critical to your business that quality, speed, and performance of your apps are never compromised for your users.
As part of our 3 part series, "User Experience isn't Everything, Its the Only Thing", join Antoine Aymer from HPE for "Foundations to Build a Great UX: Build, Monitor, Optimize" to learn how to deliver a great user experience thru:
- Implementing continuous testing
- Blending virtual users and real devices to get an accurate picture of your end-to-end mobile performance
- Seamlessly report back on defects
Bruce Temkin, Customer Experience Transformist, Temkin Group
Companies are increasing their focus on customer experience, but many are destined for mediocre results. What's the problem? A lack of emotion. While new digital and cross-channel experiences are being developed, they aren't tapping into the most powerful component of the experience.
As part of our 3 part series, "User Experience isn't Everything, Its the Only Thing", join Bruce Temkin from the Temkin Group, who will share leading-edge research on why emotion is so important and what it takes to tap build experiences that tap into its power.
With the rising implementations of Agile and DevOps methodologies, many organizations that have more business experts than technical experts are finding it difficult to keep up with the pace of development. These teams need a way to fully engage the business experts in the test automation process without sacrificing speed, quality and scale.
Join Roee Weisbert, Senior Functional Architect, and learn how HPE Business Process Testing is the bridge that provides the ultimate scriptless framework for technical and non-technical users. See how the latest updates to BPT & UFT allow testers to automate in an intuitive and easy to use platform, optimizing efficiency, time, and quality of your applications.
As the industry accelerates adoption of DevOps for speed, quality and scale, HPE is evolving our ALM and quality solutions to embrace Agile and DevOps best practices, launching ALM Octane on June 1st, 2016. And, through our own use of Agile and Continuous Delivery practices within our Research and Development teams, we continue to evolve the ALM Octane experience and platform to help support you on your DevOps initiatives.
In this webinar, we will take the opportunity to showcase some of the newest ALM Octane innovations, and paint a picture of what the near-term future will look like for unprecedented lifecycle agility.
The modern reality of digital transformation demands that companies deliver applications faster—all without sacrificing quality and performance. Hewlett Packard Enterprise is a recognized leader in the performance testing space, and with every new software release, we continue to solidify our position as a frontrunner and innovator.
HPE LoadRunner and Performance Center version 12.53 are packed with features to support testing in Agile and DevOps environments. You can interface with popular third-party solutions, and improve usability and efficiency of performance testing, to help enterprises accelerate their time-to-market and increase productivity.
In this web event we'll present the following innovative features:
New PCoIP Protocol
Support for HTTP/2
Git Integration in VuGen
PC Usage and Admin Reports
NV Insights Report
PAL 2.0 Enhancements
Delivering great quality apps demands great scrutiny to the various aspects of the user experience. This attention to quality goes far beyond the initial design phase. Achieving this level of success requires investment and maturity from the entire organization in time, resources, and skills. HPE Mobile Center software is your single gateway that enables you to redefine such 5-star experience. By delivering a predictable and repeatable mechanism for testing, monitoring and improving your mobile apps throughout its lifecycle you create an unforgettable experience.
And today, HPE Mobile Center got even better. With Mobile Center 2.0, we are bringing the following capabilities – and more - to further enhance your mobile app lifecycle:
Multiple hybrid cloud options to choose from: locally or distributed, locked in a secure room, in Amazon Device Farm
End-to-end testing with full control over devices, inclusive of system apps
We expand Appium and Selenium to enterprise-grade testing
Explore the new and innovative features of HPE Performance Center 12.53 with us. This webinar demos exciting capabilities that expand functionality, usability and enable you to deliver your apps faster to market.
Mobile is omnipresent in our world today. This puts a constant demand on performance engineers to deliver apps that are faster and better – a challenge when you also have to deliver apps quickly with quality. Users have no patience for low performing apps.
In this web event, the first in our mobile performance testing series, we’ll review the technical nuances of doing mobile performance testing more efficiently. HPE’s guru in performance engineering, Gaspare Marino, will present the mobile solutions for HPE LoadRunner:
Mobile applications HTTP/HTML
TruClient – Mobile Web
TruClient – Native Mobile
Join us for this and all future events in the Mobile performance testing webinars series.
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.
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
Every company today is a technology company. This trend has opened up new possibilities for every organization in any industry. Imagine if media companies let consumers experience scenes from their favorite TV show with augmented reality. Imagine if IT played an active role in retooling high-cost training and simulation environments with virtual reality.
Join Bill Briggs, CTO at Deloitte, and Ross Mason, Founder and VP of Product Strategy at MuleSoft, to learn what organizations and your business can look like in the future and how you can start today to make the imaginative possibilities into a reality.
Attendees will learn:
– How virtual and augmented reality, artificial intelligence, microservices, and the Internet of Things will disrupt businesses in the next 18-24 months
– How the digital future of businesses will impact the way IT plays a role within enterprises
– How companies can leverage API-led connectivity to build application networks that set the foundation for making the future into a reality sooner
The widespread adoption of DevOps and agile IT delivery systems presents new security challenges. Developers need security tools that are integrated with their build processes so they can test the integrity and security of their applications within minutes. Similarly, infosec managers need security tools that automatically discover and protect new applications as they are delivered via rapid automation and elastic processes. But traditional security tools don’t do either of these things. Thus, security is increasingly viewed as a blocker to agile software development and DevOps deployment. To solve this problem, security has to fundamentally evolve from a production-time concept to something that is much more automated and embedded into the dev-test-build cycle itself,
Attend this webinar to learn:
•Why trying to use traditional security tools in DevOps environments will slow down both developers and security operations
•Key attributes you should be thinking about to make your security plan future-proof
•Where can security automation be applied to better align security with DevOps delivery models
Building brand affection is one of the best things you can do for any product. Think about it -- do you ask for a tissue or do you ask for a Kleenex? Do you look for a plastic bandage or do you ask for a Band-Aid? Do you "use a search engine to find out information about your blind date" or do you Google them?
This is more than performance marketing -- which evolved solely to drive transactions and downloads -- this is awareness marketing. And for the games community, it's about getting people to remember and associate an emotion with your game, so they seek it out now -- and later. But brand awareness is hard to measure -- and hard to get your arms around. Many games teams spend little to no budget, favoring the results-focused performance marketing. We're going to show you how to be better than them -- and get the advantage for your mobile game, starting today.
Venturebeat's own CEO Matt Marshall will sit down with execs from the gaming industry such as Seriously's VP of marketing and Eli Danziger, product manager for YouTube Ads as well as the CMO of Smule, Rob Singer. Together, we'll discuss storytelling and brand awareness marketing tips tailored to mobile games today.
In this third installment of our Building Games Communities series, you will:
* Learn how to use YouTube and other channels to drive brand awareness for mobile games;
* Find the right time to invest in brand awareness marketing in your mobile game lifecycle; and
* Understand the right KPIs to measure ROI on awareness marketing.
Our esteemed panel for this rockstar discussion includes:
* Matt Marshall, CEO, VentureBeat
* Phil Hickey, VP Marketing and Communications; Seriously
* Rob Singer, CMO, Smule
* Eli Danziger, product manager, YouTube
* Wendy Schuchart, Moderator, GamesBeat
Don't miss out. Register today and attend live for this interactive mobile gaming panel.
Load balancing and what load balancers can do are undergoing significant changes as enterprises seek to deploy cloud-native applications in data centers and public clouds. According to Gartner, “Application-centric personnel are driving a return to lightweight, disaggregated load balancers, creating challenges and opportunities for I&O leaders.”
Simultaneously, Network Function Virtualization (NFV) is now reaching mainstream enterprises with the Cisco Cloud Services Platform (CSP) 2100. Avi Networks and Cisco CSP integrate to provide a turn-key solution for the rapid deployment of application services such as load balancing, analytics, and autoscaling on an elastic NFV platform, without requiring any additional expertise. The joint solution ensures that administrators can efficiently roll out elastic, high-performance, load balancing and application monitoring capabilities.
Join Avi Networks and Cisco guest speaker, Gunnar Anderson to learn how enterprises now have an opportunity to take advantage of software-defined load balancing and NFV quickly and easily using:
• Standard x86 servers
• Virtualized/software-based functions
• API-driven approach
• Elastic scaling to millions of SSL TPS
Everybody is joining the microservices bandwagon and only some enterprises truly see the benefits of adopting microservices. The real challenge is not only cultural adoption but also a question of choosing the right technical tools to enable and secure your microservices.
In this webinar we'll provide practical guidance on building and deploying a microservice architecture for speed, scale and safety.
Join this webinar to learn:
- Key considerations of enabling microservices within your enterprise
- How DevOps fits in the microservices lifecycle and how to align team culture
- How to use an API gateway for securing and governing your microservice architecture
Every one of our PPM customers is pursuing the same end goal – how to deliver the highest value to the organization. Working with hundreds of customers, we have learned that the answer requires a comprehensive approach across multiple disciplines. To drive bigger results and achieve greater PPM maturity, organizations need to improve PPM leadership, governance, change management, product management, development, support and other disciplines.
Please join us for this presentation that discusses how to achieve PPM excellence by building competencies across disciplines in-house with the option of augmenting that approach with Application Managed Services for CA PPM.
Digital transformation is moving at lightning speed. Join OutSystems CEO Paulo Rosado and a panel of battle-proven experts from PWC, HaelthTech, and Thrivent as they dish out best practices for planning, launching, and expanding your digital transformation journey without crashing.
Every organization’s Agile transformation is different, however there are key landmines that can cause an organization’s Agile transformation to struggle. Join Andy Jordan, ProjectManagement.com as he discusses how you can avoid seven common Agile transformation mistakes and put your organization on the right path with Agile.
This session is approved for 1 Project Management Institute (PMI) PMP PDU Credit.
Digital transformation is a top business priority and it includes embracing consumer trends around mobility. However, recent stats on the state of mobile app development in the enterprise are dismal. Gartner has also concluded that the enterprise mobile app journey is a complicated one for IT.
All too often mobile apps fail before they’re off the ground because companies try to do too much, too quickly. The road to digital transformation – and mobile – is a journey, not a race.
Join Tom Ku, VP Enterprise Mobility and hear him share our recommendation around breaking this journey down into digestible, easy to rollout and test steps before achieving ultimate mobile nirvana!
Watch this EMC Webcast and learn how to enhance compliance by establishing an application decommissioning factory.
You've achieved success with your first app decommissioning project with InfoArchive. The projected savings from the project will help to fund new initiatives. What if you could replicate those successes to drive more benefits from your investments on InfoArchive and your team? This session will describe proven approaches where your project experience can be used to scale the benefits of application decommissioning that will drive further savings and opportunities to reuse your application data in new ways.