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  • Low-Code Application Solutions for High-Turn Delivery

    Sponsored by: K2

    Explore this brief resource to see why many companies are choosing low-code platforms over traditional hand-coded development platforms. Read on to discover the advantages that low-code platforms provide, including the ability to lower barriers between requirements and delivery.

  • Extend the Features of .Net ALM Suite for Enterprise-Level Builds

    Sponsored by: OpenMake Software

    The Microsoft .Net IDE automates builds -- compile and link processes -- on a solution-level basis. But what if you have cross-language build or multiple solutions? In this white paper, discover a build management software that extends the features of the .Net ALM suite to support .Net applications builds at an enterprise level.

  • How to Measure Return On Investment from Software Development

    Sponsored by: MSM Software

    This helpful white paper details four key steps that IT and finance directors can follow to ensure an accurate assessment of ROI from a software development project, ensuring stakeholder buy-in and project success.

  • Specsavers Gains Visibility Across the Software Lifecycle

    Sponsored by: Hewlett-Packard Company

    "Testing was inconsistent, the quality was ambiguous and defects were reaching live systems, wasting time and money," said Specsavers' environment delivery manager. Read this case study to learn which application lifecycle management (ALM) tool Specsavers chose to improve the application lifecycle.

  • Software Provider Success: Online Banking Platform Brings New Opportunities

    Sponsored by: MSM Software

    Tuxedo Money Solutions needed a custom, flexible online banking platform -- and they wanted it from scratch. View this case study to find out which provider Tuxedo chose to design and support their account platform, and explore the success they've experienced as a result of the new platform.

  • Meister and Jenkins Comparison For DevOps

    Sponsored by: OpenMake Software

    Jenkins and OpenMake's Meister may look similar because of their continuous integration services for software development -- but are they really that alike?

  • Why Use Meister and Not Ant or Maven?

    Sponsored by: OpenMake Software

    To control and standardize the build and deploy process across teams and throughout the entire lifecycle, you need the right tools. In this insightful white paper, compare three build automation tools: OpenMake Meister, Apache Maven, and Apache Ant.

  • The New Normal of DevOps

    Sponsored by: CA Technologies.

    Collaboration is the name of the game in modern society. As the outside world is increasingly networked, the internal organization of organizations needs to also be adapted. Collaboration in DevOps allows organizations to deliver applications to rapidly produce and deliver software and services.

  • BMC Software Transforms a Traditional Organization to Agile-Ready

    Sponsored by: Rally Software

    BMC Software, wanted to apply agile practices to a program that involves 900+ developers and testers spread from India to Houston to Israel. In this case study, learn how BMC Software overcame challenges of scaling Agile development practices up to hundreds of personnel across a worldwide workforce.

  • The Total Economic Impact of IBM's Worklight Mobile Application Platform

    Sponsored by: IBM

    Consult this informative report from Forrester Inc. to explore the total economic impact of one such development tool, IBM's Worklight mobile application platform. Read on to compare the cost of creating and managing a single app in native environments and on the Worklight platform.

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