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Cloud Enabled ALM: Continuous Integration & Automated Testing


Cloud Enabled ALM: Continuous Integration & Automated Testing

Date: Tuesday, March 12, 2013
Time: 10:00 AM PT / 1:00 PM ET
Duration: 60 minutes

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Overview

Cloud computing, with its inherent characteristics of elasticity, scale, self-service, and on-demand automation, is increasingly being adopted as a way to realize the full potential of Agile development and to move towards a model of Continuous Integration.

But a key question remains: How can developers and testers use their preferred ALM tools and processes in place today and seamlessly integrate on-premise and cloud infrastructure to achieve sustained increases in speed, agility, and team productivity? Sumit Mehrotra, Director of Product Management for Skytap will walk us through cloud enabled ALM with continuous integration and automated testing in today's Enterprise development teams

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Sumit Mehrotra: — Director of Product Management, Skytap


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