Industrializing Agile Software Delivery with ALM 2.0+

Industrializing Agile Software Delivery with ALM 2.0+


How well do you release code to production? Monthly, weekly and daily software releases increasingly are commonplace.  IT departments have increased developer productivity, saved millions, and realized governance by implementing DevOps. ALM 2.0+ fosters integration with operations and accepts tool and platform heterogeneity, helping FT1000 customers worldwide transitioning to DevOps. Topics covered in this webcast include:

  • Why ALM 2.0+ is vital for implementing Agile software delivery and DevOps on enterprise scale, and how it’s different from traditional ALM approaches
  • What key factors contributed to Deutsche Post realizing faster time to market and saving over 20% in IT operations cost, across 300+ diverse projects
  • How CollabNet delivers on customers’ demand for central governance across software delivery processes, while empowering developers and application teams for increased productivity


Dave West Research Director of Forrester Research

Dave West is a leading expert on software development process, Agile development, Lean thinking, process improvement, and application lifecycle management.

Bill Portelli President and CEO of CollabNet

Bill Portelli has led CollabNet to an industry leadership position in providing enterprise solutions for collaborative and distributed agile software development in the cloud.

Michael Loetzsch Chief IT Expert of Deutsche Post DHL

In his current role, Michael Loetzch heads up quality assurance and is the application owner of LCM. He has built up the entire platform with integrations, automations and so on. He is currently working on deep introductions/migrations within his company and has already expanded the platform with new functionality.

Jan 19, 2012
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