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There’s a new norm for business software: Today’s software solutions must deliver continuous value with agility and quality. Effective Application Lifecycle practices are required for software teams to stay ahead of the curve by advancing the businesses with modernization. Modern tools must support the entire software team, from requirements through design, development, QA, deployment, and operations.
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Modern software development is more than just individuals writing and debugging code. In this webcast, we’ll take a look at how Visual Studio 2012 helps the team manage the Application Lifecycle flow. We’ll cover topics including Product Backlog, Code Reviews, Code Comparison, and Rollback. Register now
If you’re not quite ready for a sophisticated solution to managing your Application Lifecycle, then Visual Studio Team Foundation Service 2012 is for you. In this webcast, we’ll explore the new ALM service and what it can do for you. We’ll talk about the new service capabilities and things you should consider before going online for your ALM. Register now
IT Operations is often left out of application lifecycle management. Getting an application into operations is just the first phase of the lifecycle. Getting real and actionable diagnostics from operations can really help reduce the overall cost of maintaining and upgrading systems. Together, we’ll explore options available to bring operations into the application lifecycle, breaking down the barriers between development, test, and operations. Register now