It was my pleasure to announce the winners of the 2016 Micro Focus Innovation Awards. This year, the categories were:
Latest Acquisition Demonstrates Commitment to Long-term Customer Value, Portfolio Expansion
Micro Focus (LSE: MCRO.L) today announced the acquisition of GWAVA, Inc., a worldwide leader in Enterprise Information Archiving (EIA). The transaction extends Micro Focus’s rapidly growing software portfolio and comes on the heels of its announcement to merge with Hewlett Packard Enterprise’s (HPE) Software Business Segment… Read the full Press
The heart of every Serena xChange User Conference is the track session content and its soul the informative presentations. Very often, and after each presentation is delivered, ongoing conversations and dialog permeate the conference breaks – engaging your peers, Serena product experts and technical support.
The Call for Speakers is currently open through June 30th
Selected speakers receive complimentary registration to the conference.
This year we are looking for topics in the following five
Much is being written about, found and reported on the Volkswagen AG emissions scandal. As a long time practitioner of software change and configuration management practices, events such as these become teaching moments from which we can all learn.
An average vehicle today contains around 60 microprocessors to run electric content – four times as many as a decade ago. More than 10 million lines of software code run a typical vehicle’s sophisticated
One repository or many … the answer is neither
One of the most commonly asked questions these days is “Should all our source code be in one repository?” This is a complex question and leads to a somewhat interesting set of answers.
Before we get to that lets try and understand the question a little more and find out why customers asking this? In IT we like to centralize and optimize. Gathering all the code in one place is seen as the next logical set of distributed data ripe for centralization and optimization. All in one place means we can manage
In the next few weeks Serena is going to be announcing important new versions of our ALM, Release and Deploy solutions.
Ever since Serena’s CEO, Greg Hughes, introduced the concept of “Move Fast Without Breaking Things” at our User Conference in Washington DC in February, we have seen an overwhelming acknowledgement from our customers and partners that this is the perfect encapsulation of what modern application development and deployment means to them.
For Highly Regulated Large Enterprises (we call
We were joined by one of our early adopters of the innovative Dimensions CM 14 release, Carmelette Benson of Health Care Service Corporation. The VUG was treated to an exceptional upgrade story that engaged the free Upgrade Lab to advance their planning and readiness, and worked collaboratively with Serena Support to achieve a
On June 10th I announced Serena Dimensions CM 14 – the best ever, and I am pleased to report that we have now secured a number of
** Please note: The SDA Community Edition is no longer available. **
“Drinking our own champagne” is how we approach technology here at Serena. If we have a our own tool that supports part of the application development lifecycle we use it for our own development efforts. In fact the Serena development teams deploy the beta versions of our solutions straight into their production environments because they want exploit the cool-new-stuff just as much as you do!
When I sat down today to start writing about automated deployment