HPE Application Lifecycle Management
HPE Software as a Service
Enterprises cannot afford to risk their critical IT infrastructures to unproven SaaS solutions that will not scale. For SaaS to deliver promised benefits and meet enterprise-class SLAs, vendors not only need robust servers and networks, they must have secure and available data centers to serve business-critical software. This brief lists the ten key information security questions that customers should ask before consuming SaaS offerings from an external provider.
HPE ALM Octane with Predictive ALM
Organizations are always on the lookout for lean and Agile application development solutions that will enable them meet the demands of their customers. Speed, quality and scale are all vital to ensure the next generation of applications meets the high expectations of users and stay ahead of market needs and competition. This paper looks at how HPE Application Lifecycle Management software provides organizations with functioning open platform that will allow your IT team to plan, build, test and track the delivery of your latest applications.
Starting and Scaling DevOps in the Enterprise
Today’s technology leaders understand the urgency of transforming their organizations to achieve both better quality and higher productivity. However, overcoming the combined obstacles of organizational inertia, silo-based thinking and high levels of architectural complexity can seem like an overwhelming task. This book provides a concise yet thorough guide to the engineering practices and architectural change that is critical to starting and scaling DevOps within the enterprise, from a leader’s perspective.
HPE Network Virtualization
Unless you properly test your applications before you deploy them, there is no real way for you to know how they’ll perform. With a high proportion of applications reportedly being sensitive to network conditions, network performance can have a dramatic effect on performance speed, behavior and whether it’s a success or failure. This means it’s vital you have an environment that allows you to accurately test the impact of the network on applications during the development stage. This HPE eBook explains what Network Virtualization software does, how it works, and how you can use it to deploy better performing, more usable apps.
HPE StormRunner Load ebook
Modern software developers need a solution that provides them with a smarter approach to agile performance testing in their increasingly fast-paced environments. However, delivering high-quality software on time requires an integrated approach to load testing so any issues can be resolved before your application goes to market. This paper outlines the capabilities of HPE StormRunner Load and highlights the benefits of using this simple, smart and scalable cloud-based solution to test your web and mobile applications.
StormRunnerload Performance Testing Infographic
Mobile and web application developers are always looking for way to effectively test their latest software offering to eliminate any problems before it hits the market. This infographic outlines the capabilities of HPE StormRunner Load and provides readers with a handy guide to this effective load testing tool.
The Value of Network Virtualization
Organizations across all industries have already turned to HPE Network Virtualization software to improve both the testing and overall performance of their applications. To better understand the value their customers were gaining from deploying their software, HPE commissioned a survey. This report details the findings from the survey and discusses the benefits customers have experienced since testing their applications with HPE Network Virtualization software.
Master every stage of your mobile app lifecycle
A good user experience is essential to achieving our business goals, whether it is transforming our customers’ experience, increasing workforce productivity, or growing revenues. And when it comes to mobile, this is more important to get right than ever. This paper introduces the HPE Mobile Center, and explains how it helps you measure the various attributes of the user experience throughout the app lifecycle, and improve those that fail to meet expectations.
Peak traffic can happen anytime. Be prepared
From No matter the industry, organizations have to prepare their websites and apps for massive volumes of concurrent users. Sometimes they can see the deluge coming in the form of predictable seasonal spikes in demand, but sometimes they can’t—for example, when an online promotion goes viral. The question is, will your web and mobile apps be ready? This paper outlines seven steps using mobile app and web performance testing to achieve peak performance for your web and mobile apps.
Master the Mobile Moment
People count on mobile apps for everything. They use them everywhere. And they have zero patience for mobile apps that don’t work as expected. Forrester calls it the “mobile moment”–that instant between the time users load the mobile app and decide whether they love it or hate it. If you want your mobile apps to be successful, you need to master the mobile moment. That means it’s time to start measuring and monitoring mobile apps effectively. Discover how mobile monitoring software can help you identify and fix what matters the most to the users by monitoring and measuring mobile apps more effectively.
Digital UX Applandia ebook
Bringing a new application to market is no easy task. From ensuring it has a high level of quality in its design, usability and performance to identifying vulnerabilities and monitoring its performance, the list is endless. This interactive eBook takes you on a journey through Applandia, allowing you to explore the resources HPE mobile app solutions can offer to help you build, monitor and continuously optimize your app to ensure the best possible user experience.
Mobile App Monitoring infographic
Organizations rarely have time to test all the permutations of their mobile app usage. However, those who fail to provide users with the experience that they expect will find themselves losing customers. This infographic outlines the mobile app monitoring solution offered by HPE AppPulse and looks at how it allows you to isolate issues in real time, get to the root cause and ultimately improve the quality and user experience of your app.
Accenture testing strategy supports ambitious global integration programme
This case study looks at how Accenture used HPE ALM on SaaS to help a client implement a testing solution to test large scale integration of SAP and other applications while minimising business disruption during an ambitious multinational merger
Accelerate application development with HPE ALM
Today, over 2,000 projects are being managed internally within HPE’s ALM; these include agile, waterfall and hybrid development workflows. The result is one of the largest HPE ALM implementations in the world. This case study looks at how HPE used its own Application Lifecycle Management software to enable more effective and efficient applications development workflows internally.
Turk Telekom streamlines testing for quicker time-to-market
The telecommunications market is highly saturated and to remain competitive, organizations need to be constantly rolling out new-services to their customers. Rapid time-to-market is vital however, third party infrastructures can often cause delays to the testing process causing both the product and customer experience to suffer. This case study discusses how Turk Telekom were able to eliminate test delays and double their defect detection levels by using simulated sites created with HPE Service Virtualization.
Pelephone automates application testing to speed the release lifecycle
Like all service providers, Israel’s Pelephone Communications seeks to provide a rich, secure and rewarding cellular experience to customers. To better enable this goal, the company wanted to reduce mobile application testing times, accelerate the release lifecycle and speed time-to-market through automation. This case study looks at how Peleohone used HPE Mobile Center to automate it’s testing processes.
Government agency welcomes proactive defect prevention
A well-known UK government agency that provides personnel, pensions, welfare and support services to employees, stakeholders and their dependents recently sought a vendor with an appropriate testing methodology to ensure software quality during an important and complex Oracle E-Business Suite upgrade. This case study looks at how the agency used HPE Application Lifecycle Management, HPE Business Process Testing and HPE Unified Functional Testing software with useMango to ensure software quality during an Oracle E-Business upgrade.
AVL ensures agile software development
Based in Graz, Austria, AVL is the world’s largest independent company in the field of development, simulation and testing technology for car, lorry and large engine drive systems. AVL’s drive system test beds help the automotive industry to meet the challenges of shorter development times and higher quality. But the company itself faces the same challenges when developing the software for these test beds. This case study looks at how AVL used HPE Application Lifecycle Management suite (ALM) to quicken application testing and development.
StormRunner Load-Simple, Smart, Scalable
Modern developers need modern, fast moving testing tools to ensure their applications work as intended. Unfortunately, current anomaly detection methods are problematic on several fronts and can delay the load testing process and produce misleading results. This video provides a demonstration of how HPE StormRunner Load works and outlines how it can help you to improve both user experience and the quality of your applications.
Codefresh uses AWS and HPE StormRunner Load to Reduce Support Cases by 40%
Located in Mountain View, California, Codefresh is a container platform that accelerates the building, testing, and deploying of containers as applications on demand. This video case study looks at how Codefresh reduced support cases by 40% using AWS and HPE StormRunner, and identified performance degradation much earlier in the product lifecycle, allowing staff to focus on developing features, working with customers, and growing the business.