Top Lessons Learned from DevOps Enterprise Summit 2016
In this presentation, Gene Kim will share his top lessons learned studying how large, complex organizations are successfully adopting DevOps culture and practices. He will share specific case studies and observations, as well as other resources and specific recommendations for organizations embarking on DevOps transformation.
RecordedJan 19 201758 mins
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Join Infosys and Micro Focus as we discuss building an accelerated E2E SAP testing suite using integrated Micro Focus testing tools and Infosys reusable testing solutions. SAP is also one of the most complex applications to install, upgrade, and maintain. Frequent customization adds to this complexity. Strong testing and quality management programs are necessary to ensure that SAP is highly available and maximizes organizational productivity. In this webinar, you’ll learn how we can help you achieve significant cost and time savings.
•Discover an integrated approach to deliver an optimum SAP testing experience
•Learn how to achieve re-usability, efficiency, faster time-to-market, and high productivity
•Understand how to successfully make SAP transformations at any scale
This webinar is brought to you by the Vivit Testing, Quality, and Application Lifecycle Management (TQA) Special Interest Group (SIG).
In today’s world of software development and IT, there is a continuous race between agility and quality. In many cases when agility wins, the result is a faster delivery with lower quality. That's why it's more important than ever to enable automation of the delivery processes in your pipeline environments. Using standardized methods will increase both the speed and quality of application releases.
Micro Focus ALM Octane enables you to deliver high quality products in an agile world, seamlessly integrating with your Agile and DevOps processes and tool chain.
Watch this live demo and:
• Learn what's new in ALM Octane and how to use ALM Octane to accelerate test cycles and launch test automation initiatives
• Discover how to use existing resources when converting to Agile
• Learn how to improve the quality and security of your deployments by using deployment automation to set up governance and stage gates in specific environments
This webinar is brought to you by the Vivit Project and Portfolio Management (PPM) Special Interest Group (SIG).
Whether you’re using waterfall, agile, or some of each, you need to be able to assign work, track progress, and make adjustments as needed. In this webinar, we’ll go over the new Team Management features in Micro Focus Product and Portfolio Management (PPM) and discuss how they fit into your existing Resource Management practice. You’ll see how the features work, hear about real use-cases, and learn:
•How to track capacity across multiple teams and projects
•How to check that you have the right roles filled for upcoming needs
•The best way to make sure you have the right balance for your strategic initiatives
This webinar is brought to you by the Vivit Application Performance Management (APM) Special Interest Group.
Monitoring as code really is an aspect of what we term “Build to Run” where Ops works with Dev on ensuring what is being built is manageable in a production environment. This sounds natural on the face of it but really is hindered by a lot of broken siloed processes. In this webinar, our speakers will present a view on how Ops should become a business partner to development, how development needs to code towards requirements made by ops, and finally we will look at how that can be done in practice.
Join us to learn about:
•How a DevOps team sets up the monitoring
•The catalog they interface with to get the monitoring set up
•What goes on behind the scenes to make this happen
Your infrastructure may need to be upgraded at some point in time. While doing so, you may encounter some rather perplexing obstacles that you have never come across. Learn how to overcome some of these pitfalls to help move your Micro Focus COBOL into the modern age.
•See how scripting can impact your code
•Get some ideas on how to manage the performance of your system/code
For many organizations today, ALM Octane provides the single source of truth for distributed teams. Its scalable test management keeps testers and developers synchronized with granular analysis of testing progress and results, all integrated into CI/CD pipelines and agile methodologies. However, the quality of this testing remains dependent on the quality of the tests fed in and assigned to testers. Testing speed furthermore remains limited by the efficiency of that test creation. Manual, unsystematic test design and a reliance on low-coverage production data will still lead to low coverage tests. Those tests will also remain impossible to maintain in tight iterations, leaving new releases further exposed to damaging bugs. Impeccable test management instead deserves impeccable test design.
This webinar will demonstrate how model-based test generation seamlessly maintains optimized test cases and data in ALM Octane, all linked to system requirements and automation frameworks for in-sprint maintenance and test execution. You will discover a requirements-driven approach to test maintenance, in which test cases, scripts and data are maintained as quick-to-build flowcharts are updated. Powerful mathematical algorithms generate the smallest set of tests needed to “cover” the latest system logic, with “just in time” data allocation to ensure that every test has valid test data. Pushing the tests to integrated automation frameworks enables truly “Continuous Testing”, with granular run results synchronized automatically in ALM Octane.
Sound too good to be true? Come and join the live demo and discussion!
This webinar is brought to you by the Vivit Testing Quality and ALM Special Interest Group (SIG).
There are some brilliantly engineered functional test automation frameworks out there, many of which use UFT (now referred to as UFT One) and LeanFT (now referred to as UFT Developer) to execute tests across hard-to-test systems. However, automating test execution alone does not guarantee testing speed or rigor. A structured and automated approach to test script and data creation is also needed to test vastly complex systems sufficiently. This webinar will demonstrate how model-based test generation can remove the bottleneck of test scripting, while identifying the smallest set of tests needed for optimal coverage. You will also see how “just in time” data provisioning finds, makes, and prepares accurate data as tests are executed in UFT One or UFT Developer. If a system component changes, test teams only need to update the central models, rigorously testing complex systems in short iterations.
Key webinar takeaways include:Formal modelling is possible in short iterations, using a range of accelerators to build models rapidly from complex systems and requirements.
•Coverage-based test design enables automated test creation for UFT One and UFT Developer, generating the smallest set of tests based on time and risk.
•Test data can be the greatest barrier to successful automation – but not if “just in time” data preparation is embedded as a standard step in automated test execution.
•Model-based test design integrates seamlessly with existing UFT One and UFT Developer frameworks, using code scanners and templates to generate bespoke code accurately.
•Modelling offers an effective technique for managing fast-changing, complex systems, breaking problems into smaller, easy-to-maintain chunks.
This webinar is brought to you by the Vivit Security and Privacy Special Interest Group (SIG).
Credit and debit cards are well-established technologies. But how does this ecosystem really work? What are its vulnerabilities, and how can we defend them? And what do mobile payments systems, Apple Pay, Bitcoin, et al. mean for the future? What sort of innovative technologies and new players are on the horizon?
Join us to learn:
•How the threat landscape is evolving
•What the attackers are doing
•How merchants and processors are reacting to stay ahead of the
Vivit Virtual Customer Days (VCD) IT Operations Management (ITOM) - Cognitive Engineering – Intelligent Enterprise RPA Adoption
In the digital reality, technology is no longer just the enabler and it is what it is to be human, the ability to continuously learn and evolve. The approaches and techniques that worked yesterday, may no longer be the optimum approach for the future. Historically, human processes have been based on linear, sequential activities highly suitable to be replaced by digital engineering practices such as Intelligent Process Automation (IPA), Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Deep Learning (DL). However, robots are no longer mimicking human behaviours, but far surpassing our greatest expectations, traditional hardware and software are now becoming independent self-aware intelligent entities as they continue to journey towards the Singularity.
Organizations are investing in adopting cognitive services, these intelligent algorithms to understand and interpret your business needs through natural languages are help drive omni-channel delivery that are extremely responsive to customer sentiment. Blurring the boundaries with Cognitive & Chaos Engineering adoption becoming ever more prevalent and resilient in the face of unpredictable failure modes, whilst still being able to process huge amounts of unstructured data, embarking onto this third wave of artificial intelligence and the art of cognitive thinking.
Vivit Virtual Customer Days (VCD) IT Operations Management (ITOM) - Integration with Derdack Operations Manager and Network Node Manager to include Integration to Service Manager for Automatic Alerting to End Users
This session will discuss when users get issues with devices, who will get notified automatically and how do we get the alert generated to the correct groups to resolve the issues. Jim also will address the differences between getting a call versus just getting an email of issues and finally on-call schedules for high end devices.
Vivit Virtual Customer Days (VCD) IT Operations Management (ITOM) - SMAX as Service
As the digital transformation accelerates and creates new customer experiences to increase revenue, traditional ITSM solution cannot keep up with requirements and expectations. Businesses want to avoid complex and expensive service management solutions. So, what is needed to tackle these challenges? A service management solution for IT and non-IT functions! Micro Focus Service Management Automation X (SMAX) is the solution. Join us as we discuss how Micro Focus and Whitlock IS can assist you in addressing these challenges.
Vivit Virtual Customer Days (VCD) IT Operations Management (ITOM) - OpsBridge Evolution: The Journey, Challenges & the Value Add
Hear how the migration Journey of Nasdaq from legacy OML tool to OpsBridge/OMi. The session goes some in-depth details about the reason, the challenges we faced and the benefits/value after the successful migration to OpsBridge/OMi. There are things that we couldn’t achieve with OML and many other in-house developed tools that we created to support OML monitoring env are already available in OMI. This means there is no extra effort to maintain the tools and our operator’s life became easier with their daily process and procedure.
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Join the Vivit Worldwide channel for unbiased, trusted, and field-tested best practices on Micro Focus Software products and solutions. You’ll also be able to hear from thought-leaders from around the world to help you tune in your day-to-day life to what will be happening in IT in the years ahead.