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Importance of Cross-Tool Data Analytics for Integrated Tools

Analytics is commonly used to describe, analyze, predict and improve business performance. It is a visual representation of critical data that gives a clear insight into the release progress or project health, and team performance, thus helping in the...

Achieve DevOps by Integrating Your Existing Tools through Omnibus

Today, DevOps has captured both the mindshare of IT fraternity and IT businesses. For some, this change is overwhelming, although the causation of DevOps can only be attributed to the agile movement that has revolutionized the software development industry....

Data Sync Monitoring in Integrated Toolsets

With the advent of time, the degree of application complexity has increased considerably. This dictates that each phase of Development is to be managed with minimal or no margin of error. There are tools originating from multiple vendors that help accomplish...

Connect(); Developer Virtual Event

Live Q&A: Scott Guthrie Unplugged Connect() is a yearly, Microsoft-hosted developer event that is broadcast live from New York City to developers worldwide. This year’s event is on November 18 & 19 and features keynotes from Microsoft executives...

The Revolution in Testing and Its Drivers

Today, the entire software development process is going through a cultural shift – from the traditional Waterfall model to the modern agile methodology. With this paradigm change, the entire development groups, including testing are facing significant...

The Life of an Agile Developer Made Easier

Agile is primarily a response to the failure of the dominant software project management paradigms including the waterfall model. Continuous development, continuous integration, and continuous deployment are some of the major changes in the world of Agile...

Syncing and Linking Trade-offs – How Kovair Manages Both

According to the International Data Corporation – IDC report, there will be around $270 billion spending on ICT products and services in 2015. Much of this spending is directed towards the maintenance of software. According to the Lehman’s Law...

Bring Your Architects and Developers Closer

Until recently software architects have been using pen and paper to sketch out project requirements. Maintaining the whole process manually and offline makes their job difficult – whether it is to meet the deadlines or do major modifications to software...