Duration: 1 hour
Presenter: Amit Dasgupta, Director – Product Solutions, Kovair Software, Inc.
One of the biggest hindrances in software development is the manual hand-off involved at every step of a product’s entire lifecycle. This is considered to be the biggest waste, reducing or eliminating which leads to faster iterations, which is the key to success.
Continuous Integration (CI) is a practice that leads to a better quality control (QC) and assurance (QA) right from the first thought of Integration. Theoretically, it means integrating in every couple of hours or sooner and performing quality checks instantly. When successfully implemented, Continuous Integration ensures that any individual developer’s work is just a few hours away from a shared project state and can be integrated back into the same state in minutes. With the purpose of achieving automation at every phase, organizations are continuously adapting to different tools and embracing different technologies.
The big question that still remains is whether adapting to new tools at every step really helps in achieving automation. For proper implementation of Continuous Integration, the most important factor is the integration of all the disparate tools, thus bringing processes and tools together.
In this webinar, we will explain how Kovair helps organizations to strengthen the case for CI through multi-vendor tool integrations. We will discuss a scenario to explain how tools like DOORS Next Generation, Eclipse, SVN, Hudson, uDeploy, uRelease, and Selenium can be integrated together to set up a CI environment.
What you will learn:
- What is Continuous Integration?
- Why is Continuous Integration needed?
- What are the major roadblocks in achieving CI?
- How to set up an integrated environment?
- How does Kovair Omnibus help organizations to strengthen their case of CI?
Who should attend
Project Managers, Project Leaders, Developers, Delivery Heads
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