The rapid pace of mobile apps demands new approaches to functional testing. To bring high-quality software to market quickly, your organisation needs a strategy that moves you beyond the limitations of testing on devices you manage in an internal lab. In this whitepaper, we look at how to test an application in a realistic environment and how to simplify and accelerate the testing process. Click to download.
In the context of traditional practices, mobile applications are disruptive and difficult to monitor. Mobile applications, whether they support employees or customers, further complicate the performance monitoring in several ways. In this whitepaper, we look at five mobile issues that arise in mobile application testing and ways to resolve the issue. Click to download.
Increase flexibility, lower costs, and more effectively meet the needs of the business with BSM for Cloud Computing. By any measure, the hype around Cloud computing has reached nearly deafening levels. However, behind the wall of hype lies a fundamentally straightforward concept — one that’s been percolating for many years in the IT world. Cloud computing is an architecture that enables IT organizations to parcel out portions of a shared pool of hardware and so ware resources to users through an automated, self-service request system.
Cloud computing is a major departure from the traditional IT service delivery model. Services are no longer tied to dedicated hardware silos. Instead, virtualized resources — servers, network devices, and storage — are abstracted from the hardware. They move freely about the infrastructure, delivering services when and where they are needed. But this doesn’t mean that you have to completely reinvent IT to implement cloud computing.
Many IT organizations are struggling to cope with the ever-growing complexity of the IT infrastructure in today’s data centers. To compound this challenge, they must also balance the need to respond to pressure for delivering IT services faster and more cost effectively than ever before. As a result of these economic and staffing pressures, many organizations are seeking alternate service delivery and enterprise management approaches. These approaches can balance the need for control while reducing risk and increasing agility in providing cost-effective service delivery.