Reducing Challenges with Integration Testing
sponsored by IBM

Application lifecycle management (ALM) is a tried-and-true way to manage the software development process from start to finish, including requirements gathering, development, testing, and release. But there's no denying that traditional ALM incurs significant costs, due to too much time and effort spent on development and testing.

In this expert e-guide, explore how continuous development (or continuous integration) can provide better lifecycle management by coordinating rapid software builds with automated testing.

Read on to learn various ways in which continuous testing can reduce ALM costs and time, and why you may want to change your traditional testing processes to DevOps.

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