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 applications.
This past Tuesday, we hosted a webinar with Skytap, one of our incredible partners, to help attendees understand how they can continuously deliver higher quality software by embracing a number of technologies that work well together inside each of our products. By utilizing the power of HP Application Lifecycle Management, Jenkins CI, and Skytap, enterprises improve both quality and velocity—and ultimately gain a considerable advantage over the competition.
At the close of the webinar, a Q&A session was held with Orasi solutions architect Jean Suplick & Skytap cloud solutions architect Tony Perez. Here are some of the wonderful questions asked by the audience that were answered live on the webinar:
- We use QTP but we don’t use ALM. We store our automated tests in a directory. How would that work with the setup you’re showing today?
- Is it possible to extend the scenario to user acceptance testing?
- Does the Jenkins plugin for ALM work for QC also?
- Is it posible to do this scenario using AWS infrastructure?
- What does the Jenkins plugin cost?
- We have a lot of resources that need to be kept on-premise due to security concerns. How can we integrate our on-premise resources along with Skytap securely with this situation?
- How do I make this work with TFS?
If you weren’t able to attend Tuesday’s webinar & want the answers to the questions above, please feel free to watch the recording in its entirety here. Also, follow Orasi on Twitter, LinkedIn, and/or Facebook to keep yourself updated with our upcoming events/webinars! Additionally, all of our previous webinars were recorded and the recordings are available to you here. Enjoy!
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