Topic: compuware

The path to mainframe agility

When Compuware, now a BMC company, came under new leadership in 2014, the company embarked on a mission to realign as an Agile business. It went from delivering customer requirements every 12 to 18 months to a publicly faced quarterly roadmap deeply engaged with customers. Once the company started to see some success, customers went … continue reading

Compuware releases new functionalities for shifting performance testing left

Compuware is releasing new capabilities that aim to automate shift-left performance testing on the mainframe.  The capabilities include a new Jenkins-Strobe integration designed to give developers fast feedback on application performance; and a new REST API for the company’s APM solution Strobe. Additionally, Compuware ISPW, Topaz for Total Test, and Strobe can work together seamlessly … continue reading

BMC to acquire mainframe development company Compuware

IT company BMC has announced that it is acquiring the mainframe application development company Compuware. This acquisition will build on the success of the BMC Automated Mainframe Intelligence and Compuware’s Topaz suite, ISPW technology, and classic product portfolios, BMC explained. Prior to this acquisition, both companies had been focusing on similar goals. They wanted to … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Google announces tools for continuous testing, Compuware updates Topaz, and Unqork gains $80 million in Series B funding for no-code

Google announced new capabilities for its Android Emulator tool to help developers quickly test changes before they are being committed.  To improve deployability the tool includes the Android Emulator Download Script, which provides current up-to-date emulator images and Android Emulator Docker image generator, which creates the complete environment in which the Android Emulator runs.  Meanwhile, … continue reading

Modernize mainframe apps through Agile

Agile software development is well understood, and the benefits are clear. In the world of software development for mainframes, the benefits are there but there has been some resistance to adopting Agile practices. RELATED CONTENT:  The new age of Agile: Evolving from teams to the entire business  Enabling Agile on the enterprise mainframe “There’s not … continue reading

CollabNet VersionOne, Compuware bring DevOps to mainframe development

CollabNet VersionOne and Compuware announced the integration of Compuware’s ISPW mainframe source-code management tool and CollabNet VersionOne’s Continuum release delivery platform. This continues their effort to bring mainframe software development into the digital value chain, the companies said. The integration will allow mainframe developers to track and control projects through the development pipeline from Continuum, … continue reading

Compuware brings agile and DevOps to the mainframe

A majority of enterprises are running their mission-critical apps on the mainframe, but a lack of mainframe expertise is getting in the way of successful development and deployment. A recent study from Forrester revealed 64 percent of enterprises plan to run more than half their critical app solutions on the mainframe, but only 37 percent … continue reading

Compuware builds bridge to enterprise DevOps

Large organizations often have development teams dedicated to mainframe and non-mainframe development.  Both teams must embrace DevOps practices to meet time-to-market and quality imperatives, but they’re using different tools and operating at different speeds.  Compuware bridges the gap with a comprehensive DevOps toolchain for enterprise DevOps. With it, software organizations can build, test, manage and … continue reading

Compuware: Enabling Agile on the enterprise mainframe

There’s a thought in the world that the mainframe is not part of the new enterprise IT landscape or can’t keep up. Compuware, as a company, is proving that the mainframe can compete. As the world’s only mainframe-dedicated software vendor, Compuware uses the same tools it provides to customers to build its own software. “We … continue reading

Compuware acquires XaTester and adds new enhancements to Topaz for Total Test

Compuware, a mainframe software tools provider, today announced that it is acquiring XaTester, partnering with Parasoft, and that it is adding new enhancements to Topaz for Total Test. According to the company, the acquisition of XaTester will allow developers to create unit tests for batch and CICS-based programs in COBOL, PL/I, and Assembler. XaTester is … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Google and Pluralsight partner on developer skills and Compuware and SonarSource’s COBOL code coverage

Google and Pluralsight are teaming up as part of Google’s Reskilling India Program to address the technology skills gap in India. India’s IT trade association, NASSCOM, says that India will add 150,000 new tech workers in 2018, but there are still 3.9 million employees in the country with aging technology skills that will need to … continue reading

Eclipse Oxygen, the Android Things Console, and Sonatype acquires Vor Security — SD Times news digest: June 29, 2017

The Eclipse Foundation has announced Eclipse Oxygen is now available. The Oxygen release includes 83 projects, 287 committers, and about 71 million lines of code. “We’re proud to announce the arrival of Eclipse Oxygen, the 12th annual simultaneous release from the Eclipse Community,” the foundation wrote. Most notably missing from this release is support for … continue reading

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