Updated analysis on the testing market – SmartBear acquisition of TM4J – a very strange transaction since they also own Zephyr.
The Marketplace is a vast and rapidly changing, enabling organizations a multitude of choices for many solution areas – of which, testing is well represented. With the gradual demise of the old HP ALM platform, many organizations have realized that they already have and could utilize Jira, an excellent platform to support all of these testing functions.
This webinar provides a context for assessing testing apps, identifying the relevant ones for discussion, analyzing their strengths and weaknesses. We are not going to focus on feature matrices – these are easily manufactured and dependent on each app vendor’s own development efforts.
Instead, we provide a logical framework to help you select the right tool for you. Our analysis takes a deeper dive inside the selected apps, to understand how they address the “secret sauce” of testing – how together teams can identify problems and fix them quickly.
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This webinar will cover all the essentials of what makes a world-class PPM in terms of processes and tools. By architecting Jira and Confluence with a range of additional apps we can show how real-time consolidated reporting can be achieved reducing integration costs and complexity, huge savings in PM administrative time, improving tactical team performance and a range of other benefits.
As a development team scales up, Jira’s default ticket hierarchy (epic/story/sub-task) can lead to a project visibility problem: You can’t see the forest for the trees. Watch this webinar to learn how BlueCat visualizes their work, and tames scale and complexity.
Watch this engaging webinar where Troy DuMoulin (VP R&D at Pink Elephant) and Miles Faulkner (Co-CEO of Blended Perspectives) will describe the full stack of culture, practice, and automation as critical success factors for taking an integrated end-to-end approach to processes and automation.
Join us for a tour of Linchpin and the upcoming Linchpin Cloud – social personalized intranets that extend Confluence to coordinate larger teams, bring in the voice of corporate communications, and much more.
This webinar is a case study of how Rogers moved from a fragmented approach for Project and Portfolio Management to a consolidated platform using Confluence, Jira and Jira Service Management along with the main planning engine: BigPicture by SoftwarePlant; other apps include Comalatech’s Document Management, Insight, Eazy BI and more.
Watch our webinar to learn about the Blended GRC (Governance, Risk and Compliance) solution based on the Atlassian Jira and Confluence platforms. Synthesis GRC includes full functionality including risk management, compliance functionality, control management, extensive reporting, audit support and self service portals for compliance and security attestations.
There are many reasons to link issues, and many ways to do so. To use Insight or not? Customers still often ask this question. Issue-linking provides the foundational capability for many of our solution blueprints, from PPM to GRC and beyond. We will review many of the key use-cases for linking issues and third-party apps that provide this functionality. We’ll cover data catalogues, asset records in Jira, requests from Service Management, and the power and limitations of object graphing.
With the advent of ITIL 4 more than ever, IT Support teams and Development teams are coming together to create value. This is being further propelled by research on the state of development from Atlassian who interviewed 2182 developers. 59% of teams operate “You Build It You Run It” models and its the big trend in development. We will further discuss these trends, as well as the challenge it poses for siloed enterprise processes and tools. George and I will recap integration use cases between IT support and ITIL processes and development teams further identifying winning strategies for creating value in organizations.
It’s been a while since we covered planning but it was one of our most successful webinars. So we’re gonna give you an update. There been a lot of developments in the category. The most notable being Jira Work Management. We will be doing a comprehensive review of JWM and it’s role vs. 3rd party planning apps. We have some interesting conclusions which suggest a powerful combination of both JWM and heavy-weight planning apps is the best strategy. We will also cover the latest developments in Jira Align.
Webinar highlights: Traditional planning is making a comeback in Jira – growth in the last year is well beyond pure Agile – long live the Gantt! Simple Calendar planning and checklists are increasingly popular. The main players – SoftwarePlant, Tempo and Atlassian – own close to 50% of the market between them.