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A new approach to delivering applications with speed, quality, and scale to accelerate business success

Experience the next generation of Application Lifecycle Management – with support for waterfall projects, agile, and everything in between.

A new approach to delivering applications with speed, quality, and scale to accelerate business success

Experience the next generation of Application Lifecycle Management – with support for waterfall projects, agile, and everything in between.

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  1. 1. part of the HPE ALM platform
  2. 2. The Digitization of UBER • ZIPCAR • GETTAXI • SPOTIFY • GOOGLE NEST • NETFLIX • B
  3. 3. This Creates a UNIQUE OPPORTUNI for IT.
  4. 4. Software IS the Product
  5. 5. Software IS the Innovation Engine
  6. 6. Software Creates DIFFERENTIATION
  7. 7. 75% of global companies surveyed adopted Agile or Hybrid to achieve 78% of businesses surveyed say a two-month delivery is too slow Adoption of DevOps ready software is growing at 36.2% CAGR To Balance
  8. 8. THE EVOLUTION OF APPLICAT DEVELOPMENT IS HERE
  9. 9. In the NEW WORLD of application deli New Digital Technologies New Business Models New Delivery Challenges Predictive Insights INTERACTIVE AGLIE/SCRUM DEVOPS/ ALM, LR, PC, predictive defect convergence Agile Manager, SRL ALM Octane, SRL MODERN QUALITY MANAGEMENT
  10. 10. “Emerging Mode 2 Practices in Bimodal Governance”. Gartner, Jan Agile Continuous Delivery Continuous Quality Proven Scalable Workflow Driven IT’S EVOLUTION NOT REVOLUT Bi-Modal IT is key and here to stay Agile and fluid Innovation, brand, profit measures Think continuous, days, weeks Built to change Agile, Continuous delivery FLUID IT Your “business backbone” Already reliable, compliant, secure Plan, governed and approvals driven Waterfall and Hybrid delivery CORE IT
  11. 11. And in reality, applications cross a spectrum of “IT Int’l Funds transfer Global entry/ passport control Bank account transactions Medical records management Pharmaceutical manufacturing Quarterly financial reporting Automotive manufacturing Product distribution Payroll Cost accounting Open enrollment Human resource management Inventory management Supply chain management IT service management Customer call center Distribution and logistics On-line Catalog Pricing and shopping cart Reservation systems eCommerce promotions On-line services Mobile application downloads Streaming media On-line gaming Time sensitive promotions Betting Social media Spectrum of IT Modes Regulated, waterfall, compliance requirement, iterative, planned/costly, backlog, flexible, customer insight driven, time driven, real-time event drive Core “mission Critical” Highly regulated Business critical/ some regulation Operations support, costly to change Operations support, but more nimble Customer/ employee engagement, innovation Customer engagement, business cycles Fluid Real-time responsive
  12. 12. IT a cost center Applications were slow to change Software released every 6-18 months Architectures rigid—innovation costly Teams worked in silos Quality management was mainly about controlling costs and governance Delivering software as a practice is evolving, rapidly… THEN
  13. 13. “Business innovation is increasingly digital” “Software is eating the world” Mobile first User Experience matters DevOps, lean– speed, scale and quality Cloud transforms, cost and resource barriers Big Data drives innovation Delivering software as a practice is evolving, rapidly… NOW
  14. 14. The vast majority of organizations described their companies as either “pure Agile” or “leaning toward Agile.” Agile is now the norm DevOps Adoption Up in 2015 Source: RightScale 2015 State of the Cloud Report With Proven Benefits Changes bring a wave of Agile and DevOps Ad 2015 2014 62% 66% 19% 15% 22% 16% Adopting DevOps Not Adopting Don’t Know Why? Better Collaboration, Higher Quality Companies have moved to Agile for two key reasons: improved collaboration and quality. felt that Agile enhances collaboration between teams 54% felt that Agile enhances the level of software quality 51% felt that Agile results in increased customer satisfaction 49% Leaning toward Waterfall Pure Waterfall Leaning toward Agile Hybrid Pure Agile 2% 7% 16% 24% 51%
  15. 15. Quality is Critical Today and in the Fu Rise of IT given to QA and Testing to meet urgent need to catch up with the fast-changing world The proportion of IT spend allocated to QA and Testing is predicted to rise to 40% by 2018 35% 2015 26% 2014 23% 2013 18% 2012 Executive Management Objectives with QA/Testing 1. Protect the corporate image 2. Increase quality awareness across all disciplines 3. Ensure End-User satisfaction 4. Increase overall software quality 5. Detect software defects before go-live 6. Implement quality checks early in the lifecycle Top 5 technical challenges in Application Development 1. Reliance on manual testing 2. Overburdened Developers 3. Long lag-time between dev phases 4. Too much design complexity 5. Lack of access to test environments
  16. 16. 44% 32% 24% 43% 36% 21% 39% 38% 23% 39% 40% 21% 38% 39% 23% Automated testers (UFT, Selenium Skills) Software development engineer testers (SDET, Technical testers) Non functional testers (Performance, security) Functional Domain based testers Specialized technology testers (Mobile, Database, BI) We do not support this role Tester Functions within Agile Teams llaboration between the Business and Development User Acceptance Testing Behavior Driven Development Architect and build test automation Integrate Continuous Test, into CI framework Refine and Validate Definition of Done Performance, Security Source: 2015/16 World Quality Report – Sogeti/HP Testers Have an IMPORTANT ROLE in A Driving a Focus on Quality Throughout the Lifecycle Shared across multiple scrum teams Located within individual scrum teams
  17. 17. Foundation behind the modern Application Lifecycle Management Platform All tests should be stored as code, and versioned with the code Continuous integration, with quality being core throughout the entire lifecycle Lifecycle data empowers the team to make the best decisions No one size fits all methodology to support the enterprise (Agile, Iterative, Waterfall etc..) Open architecture; integrations, API A single platform for all core, project assets Core project assets should be accessible on-demand, from any platform
  18. 18. BUSINESS DEMANDS Automate test execution from CI systems Intelligent testing Automate test Infrastructure deployment Network and service virtualization Automated vulnerability and static analysis Continuous TestinEnsuring a Quality-Focus Throughout the Release Pipeline RUN TEST CASES TEST RESULTS CODE CHECK IN EXECUTE BUILD PROVISION ENVIRONMENT DEPLOY
  19. 19. Shared Platform for Better Collabora HPE ALM Feature: ViewContacts Check for the main contacts page Also verify if the registered user is displayed Background: Given the user is successfully authenticated Scenario: Allow the user to view a list of all contacts they have within their messaging environment Given I have opened the application and navigated to the main contacts page And I see the contacts page loaded When I click the view contacts link Then I should see the list of all contacts displayed, paged at 20 shown at a time Step 1: Log into the main page of the system Expected Result: The system welcomes the user and displays a list of available options Step 2: The user selects to purchase a ticket Expected Result: The system displays a form to allow the user to select origin, destination and travel date Step 3: The user enters <origin city>, <destination city>, <departure date>, <return date> Expected Result: The system displays a valid list of available air carriers, schedules and fares corresponding to the users submitted information Feature.Java ViewContacts.Feature ViewContact.Feature PurchaseFlights.Tes t
  20. 20. part of HPE ALM
  21. 21. Millions of Users WW IDC, Gartner Group Application test reports TOP ANALYST RANKINGS Exclusive offering SPRINTER Integrations Out-of-the-box 25+ Size and staying power Fortune 500 staff #20 | 300k Enterprise scalability to of concurrent users 1000’s Express, Enterprise, ALM Licensing: on premise + SaaS FLEXIBLE of Fortune 25 use HPE ALM 24 Over a decade of Leadership in Quality Management
  22. 22. ALM Octane Single Platform, Single Experience CONNECT AUTOMATE ACCELERATESupports Agile and Non-Agile Teams A simplified user experience; accessible on any platform or browser Open architecture, Integrated and Extensible Easily share and re-use assets, adding velocity, reducing technical debt Tightly integrated quality ensures teams address issues sooner, saving time and money Built with a DevOps design center – Enabling lean, continuous process and pipeline mana Connected into the team’s existing build processed, fueling velocity to help triage issues fa mine critical data to factor into decision making
  23. 23. HPE ALM v12.53 PLAN DEFINE TEST TRACK ALM.NET Analyze Common Platform PLAN DEFINE TEST TRACKBUILD ALM.OCTANE Analyze Common Platform
  24. 24. PLANQuickly Assess Progress
  25. 25. PLANWorkspaces - Organize and Contain Access to Content Workspaces can be used to represent projects, programs, or products Each workspace, contains releases to track project lifecycles relevant users can share the same workspace Users can be assigned to one or more workspaces, but can only access workspaces that they are assigned to Data cannot be shared or viewed across workspaces, and users switch back and forth to view data in different workspaces
  26. 26. PLANRequirements; Supporting Hybrid Projects This is a rolling (up to 3 year) roadmap and is subject to change without notice This product view is an illustration and might not represent actual product screen
  27. 27. Agile Methodologies Scalability and SAFe Agile Requirements Customization DoD Quality Predictive Planning Built-in support for Scrum, Kanban, Scrumban Agile planning and tracking scale from Team -> Program -> Portfolio Agile Requirements Workflow customizations within and across projects and programs Configurable Definition of Done centered on Requirements Quality paves the way to DevOps Predict release timelines based on velocity and Holistic view of development and test effort This is a rolling (up to 3 year) roadmap and is subject to change without notice PLANAgile Capabilities
  28. 28. DEFINEBack-log Items • Users Stories Collaborative workspace to build and prioritize the backlog Standardization and centralization Customizable forms, fields and workflow Easily share and re-use backlog items Make more informed decisions about status and progress
  29. 29. DEFINERelationships Traceability across the lifecycle, across multiple asset types (e.g. test, defects, stories) Digitized workflow and policy enforcement Complete version control, change management
  30. 30. BUILDInsight with Collection of Build Data
  31. 31. BUILDPipeline Pipelines graphically represent the flow of your CI server jobs Run the pipeline, to collect automated test run results from the CI server. Associate automated tests with application modules Include automated test run results in product and release quality analysis.
  32. 32. BUILDView of Quality Throughout the Lifecycle Tracking build quality pipeline Drill down Test RunsCI test analytics
  33. 33. TESTManage Quality Throughout the Lifecycle Manual test Test creation in text editor Tagging for efficient filtering Test metrics dashboard Optimized layouts Environment configuration Jenkins as test execution engine GIT for test repository and versioning Business Rules State Engine
  34. 34. TESTConnected and embedded SCM/CI Connected SCM/CI Connect Lifecycle Suite to popular SCM/CI Tools Already Available Jenkins Plugins Report Results of Tests and Test Runs Embedded SCM/CI Embedded Open Source SCM (GIT) as the new test database Embedded Jenkins as the Test Execution Engine
  35. 35. Traditional Manual TESTSStep-Based Test Steps
  36. 36. TESTDevelop Tests in a Structured Language (Gherkin)
  37. 37. TESTHelp Transition from Manual to Automated Tests
  38. 38. TESTDefect Management Mandatory fields enforce process Customizable workflow Easy linking to other defects, backlog items or tests Include screenshots and images
  39. 39. TESTDefect Management Easily filter list based on tags Email notification Easily create relationships to other backlog items, and test
  40. 40. TESTApplication Modules View quality aggregation in context of your entire application Release B Build #1633 Release A Build#1253
  41. 41. TESTDefect Management - Relationships It’s about more than just tracking bugs Real velocity comes from understanding full impact of change, and how assets are interrelated Insight into the full impact of Change, across, the recycle
  42. 42. TRACKProgress cross the Lifestyle
  43. 43. TRACKProgress cross the Lifestyle Dashboard Custom Layout, Content Aggregated Quality Application Modules Define Backlog
  44. 44. User Experience
  45. 45. #ChatOps Idan #Slack Example with Octane (Swagger)
  46. 46. Continuing to Embrace Open So Gherkin framework support Structured manual test format, allows for an easier transition to test automation Jenkins Core to the execution architecture, and CI support GIT Direct part of the underplaying ALM architecture 3rd party test execution E.g. Selenium
  47. 47. REST API SUPPORT Documented with Swagger Actions Get Put Available Entities Defect Test Business Rules Application Modules
  48. 48. Easily access yourassignments One click to begin working HOME PAGE Customizable for each user
  49. 49. Easily Share and Re-Use Artifacts Tagging
  50. 50. Business Rules State Engine Build processes for each entity Display process map to users Enforce actions with each state of the process Graphical view of the process steps and where the current item is in the process
  51. 51. Versioning
  52. 52. Docker deployment Simplification of the future upgrade process Project workspaces help encapsulate project artifacts OOTB Integrations into Selenium, GIT, Jenkins, HPE testing tools Synchronization into IBM, Microsoft and Atlassian technologies Auditing capabilities Business Rules ADMINISTRATION ENHANCEMEN At a Glance…
  53. 53. HPE ALM v12.53 Integrations
  54. 54. Customer Testimonials
  55. 55. ALM/ Implementation ALM Optimization ALM/QC Health-check ALM/QC Archiving and Consolidation ALM Upgrade ALM Mentoring, Consulting and Education ALM Software- as-a-Service Testing as-a- Service using ALM Services for Application Lifecycle Managemen Deploy Faster with Service Offerings from HPE
  56. 56. ALM/CQ solutions on SaaS Scalable solutions to fit your business needs Simple, small or short-term projects Mature quality practices Globally distributed teams Test automation integrations Advanced integrations and processes Mature automation and improvement models Complete global Center of Excellence Quality as a competitive differentiation QC Express QC Enterprise ALM
  57. 57. Extend ALM, share content and join the comm

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