Monthly archive for April 2014

Finding Resource Leaks in Windows Processes with Microsoft Performance Monitor

Summary Performance monitoring is built into the Windows operating system and every metric available is being constantly monitored, whether you choose to view it or not. There are many different built-in tools that will allow you to view this performance data such as Taskgr.exe, Perfmon.exe, or Typeperf.exe. You can

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Increasing the Velocity of DevOps with Automated Mobile App Testing

The burgeoning science of DevOps comes to the forefront at a critical moment in IT’s history. The mobility wave has stretched the technical difficulty of both ends of the application development process – defining requirements at one end – and testing the robustness of the finished app

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Webinar Recap: Achieve Continuous Integration/Delivery with HP ALM, Jenkins, and Skytap

​In today’s hyper-competitive markets, businesses must constantly strive to develop, test, and release better software faster. One of the best ways we’ve found to make this difficult task possible is by embracing “continuity”—one of the decade’s fastest growing buzzwords. This means continuously integrating, testing, and delivering new

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Software Centers of Excellence Foster Quality Assurance

Quality is an inherent goal of every software project, but reality can get in the way of achieving it. Between the desire to curtail costs and the drive to get solutions and services out the door and into the hands of customers, organizations may inadvertently―or even knowingly―allocate

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