Connect the world of software delivery with Kovair Omnibus. It has a central framework that makes connected artifacts of multiple integrated tools easily visible. As a result, managing the relationship between these connected artifacts becomes extremely easy
Communicating from different tools is difficult. That’s why Kovair Synchronization Support for files and comments enables team members to collaborate efficiently irrespective of what tool they use.
Omnibus has a central framework that allows multiple tools to be easily integrated with each other. This makes the artifacts of the integrated tools to be visible and accessible by any tool user within the integrated tool environment.
Sync Monitor and Omnibus Dashboard give complete operational visibility into the integrated system. Monitor the data flow through the system, track updates that are pending, processed or have triggered actions resulting in errors.
Generate reports anytime during the software development process. Kovair offers a powerful suite of reporting tools that help users to work and act on realtime data. Users can find support […]
Kovair Intelligent DevOps is an enterprise solution simplifying and automating execution and monitoring real time metrics. This is achieved with seamless integration of the best of the breed tools in development, build, test and deployment
The challenges of software development and its consequences, problems of disjoint reporting and the benefits of cross tool and cross functional reporting in an integrated tool environment
Download eCopy Introduction 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 […]
Date & Time: Thursday, April 30, 2015, 11:00 AM PDT, 02.00 EDT, 6.00 PM GMT Duration: 1 hour Presenter: Arunava Bhattacharya, Software Engineer – Solutions and Services, Kovair Software, Inc. Request A Live […]
Download eCopy Introduction Defect tracking is one of the key aspects of a software development process. Without getting into the question of whether a defect is major or minor, it […]
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