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HP & Surgient join forces on virtual testing environments

Posted in Software testing,testing tool by testing in London on September 17, 2008

From Earth Times

Surgient, the market leader in self-service virtualization automation and lab management, today announced the extension of its relationship with HP to improve the speed and accuracy of software development and testing.

The Surgient Virtual Automation Platform(TM) optimizes IT’s ability to support critical business initiatives, effectively managing diverse virtual resources. Integrated with HP Server Automation software, the solution empowers IT teams to automate the creation of identical production environments, whether physical or virtual, allowing the highest quality software applications.

“With our pre-existing integration with HP Quality Center and new integration with HP Server Automation software, we can provide organisations with a comprehensive solution for the creation and management of cost-effective virtual environments for the testing of production-ready software applications,” said Sameer Jagtap, vice president, product strategy, Surgient. “Customers can accelerate test cycles by consolidating test infrastructure and automating the set up of clean, identical production environments on-demand.”

IT operations and development test teams can now define the virtual blank-slate deployment environment using Surgient and then populate that environment by leveraging existing, production-ready operating system (OS) sequences from HP Server Automation to build replicas of the production systems in the virtual environments.

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