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Surgient Integrates Virtual Automation Platform with HP Quality Center 10.0
Surgient, the leading provider of self-service virtualization automation and lab management, today announced integration with HP Quality Center 10.0. Software development and QA professionals can now access the new HP solution to create, manage and tear down Surgient-driven virtual lab environments that dramatically improve the efficiency of the software testing process. Customers are already capitalizing on the products, and today’s integration will allow them to seamlessly upgrade to the new HP product version while continuing to rely on Surgient’s self-service solutions to provision virtual resources for software testing.

“The Surgient Platform enables HP Quality Center customers to accelerate test cycles by consolidating test infrastructure and automating the setup of test environments on-demand,” said Sameer Jagtap, vice president of product strategy and business development at Surgient. “Surgient complements HP Quality Center to eliminate two pervasive testing barriers: insufficient or unavailable test infrastructure and the excessive time required to deploy and configure today’s test environments.”

With Surgient’s Virtual Automation Platform and HP Quality Center 10.0, software QA and test managers can centrally manage and allocate test lab resources across multiple, distributed teams.

“Customers want to drive application quality higher, accelerate delivery and save money all at the same time,” said Mark Sarbiewski, senior director of products, Software and Solutions, HP. “The Surgient Virtual Automation Platform, when integrated with HP Quality Center, enables more effective software testing. It ensures seamless, self-service access to IT resources. This enables organizations to quickly deploy entire test environments on virtual, physical or mixed infrastructure in the test lab or datacenter.”

Published Wednesday, December 10, 2008 7:05 PM by David Marshall
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