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HP announces new quality management tools

Posted in Software testing,testing tool by testing in London on June 21, 2007

From CBR

Following it’s acquisition of Mercury Interactive, Hewlett-Packard has announced a range of new business optimisation products and services. It has updated its Quality Center and LoadRunner product lines, providing integrated business requirements and software quality testing capabilities. HP said the integration will offer a more “agile testing” approach to software quality management that translates to quicker releases.

LoadRunner, an application performance testing tool, has been upgraded to include support for SOA architectures and rich internet applications.

HP has also added a new set of quality, performance and process best practices, called “Quality Factory Services”, to its HP Services Application Lifecycle offering and has beefed up its Service Management portfolio with new offerings for change control management, configuration management.

HP also now offers a new framework for consolidating its service management tools, and methodologies on standards like ITIL version 3 and COBIT.

Finally, HP has also tightened up integration across its quality management and testing tools and processes with a new configuration management database, that provides dependency mapping, and links to help desk and change management tools, and software that aligns change request, approval and deployment cycles.

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