How Continuous Development Can Reduce Cost Challenges in ALM

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sponsored by IBM
Posted:  21 Dec 2012
Published:  20 Dec 2012
Format:  PDF
Length:  6  Page(s)
Type:  eGuide
Language:  English


ABSTRACT:

Balancing speed and quality is a huge issue for today's software development organizations. Many have turned to application lifecycle management (ALM) tools to bring order to the potential chaos of the delivery process, but due to ALM's nature, this may be wasting precious time, effort, and costs that could be saved with a different strategy: continuous development (also known as continuous integration).

Read this expert e-guide to learn how, by coordinating rapid software builds with automated testing, continuous development reduces the costs that ALM incurs in:

  • Requirements validation
  • Design validation
  • Testing
  • Regression errors and rework
  • Integration
  • And release.




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