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
DevOps turned five last October, and while five years seems like a long time in terms of the technology adoption lifecycle, DevOps and Continuous Delivery still seem perched on the Enterprise IT chasm. The Pragmatists get it. They are under pressure from the business to deliver business value faster, better and more cheaply and the Visionaries and Early Adopters have proven that Continuous Delivery fits the bill.
The problem is that Enterprise IT can
Every year there are ton of examples illustrating that we still have a lot of work to do. Whether it’s shutting down the Russian stock market for a couple of hours, deploying
Once the developer checks in a change, how long does it take your organization to deliver it to the customer? The path to production can take many turns, have many dips, and fall short in terms of quality and expectations. IT organizations struggle with major process and toolchain gaps between develop, build, deploy, and release. Come join us at the December Serena DevOps Drive-in as Julian
How do you become a high performance IT organization? Earlier in the year we had Glenn O’Donnell of Forrester on our Serena DevOps Drive-in webcast to answer this question. Glenn outlined the fact that we are in the beginning of an IT industrial revolution: IT is currently too slow, has poor quality and customers don’t trust IT. This current state has
Today Serena is announcing ChangeMan ZMF v8, a major update to our flagship mainframe SCCM solution. Why the continued large investment by Serena in the mainframe? Read on…
How does a developer know when they are done?. How does a business know that their new application or feature does what the customer wants it to do? By testing. Testing is a cross functional activity that involves the whole team and should be done continuously from the beginning of the project. It serves as the gauntlet that a committed change has to run and pass in order to be considered worthy for release. While testing is a major key ingredient
We are looking for new and innovative uses of Serena Deployment Automation Community Edition and are announcing a new contest with a chance for a $1,000 Amazon gift card!
The world of configuration management is no longer just about servers in the data center. It is rapidly expanding and supporting other environments including cloud, mobile devices, embedded devices, BYOD and devices in the car and home. All these environments need to be configured as a broader system tying into a business platform or application. Everything is growing and becoming increasingly pervasive,