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Coordinating Testing and Virtualization to Drive the Quality Life-Cycle and Optimize the Business
The ongoing demand for better software application quality, productivity and time to market in the face of increasing software complexity and business criticality is driving growth in the adoption of software quality. Yet test labs and testing organizations struggle with lack of infrastructure which blocks application delivery.
As Global 2000 organizations augment systems management with the adoption of virtual machine technology for efficiency and cost-saving benefits, many are beginning to apply virtualization to test management and software development areas. Typical drivers for testing virtualization include the challenges if highly constrained systems resources on which to run tests, hoarding or lack of systems sharing across groups, and the inability to easily set up or recreate and manage test system configurations. These sorts of factors create bottlenecks that can delay or even stymie software deployments.
Join Surgient in welcoming guest speaker, Melinda Ballou, veteran industry analyst of IDC, for this live webinar that will address these trends and cover the following key issues for Global 2000 businesses to coordinate virtualization and quality:
  • Understanding the challenges and Drivers for testing life-cycle management in the context of virtualization
  • Applying virtualization to testing across ALM phases from requirements through development and deployment
  • Establishing a framework for requirements for virtual test lab management and appropriate process and organizational strategies for success

This event takes place on September 26, 2007 2:00 pm Eastern Daylight Time.

You can enroll for the event, here.  Register and attend for a chance to win an iPod Nano.

Published Friday, September 21, 2007 5:58 AM by David Marshall
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