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Archive for the ‘Continuous Engineering’ Category

ALM Performance 1.6.1 is Out!

Today we are releasing the newest version, 1.6.1, of our performance monitoring tool. This version comes after we released version 1.6 about 3 weeks ago, and it contains some improvements we made after we collected feedback from our users. See the dashboard: As a reminder, we offer both Free Edition and Pro Edition, and you […]

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ALMtoolbox presents smart performance monitoring and alerting tool, including Free Community Edition

Tel Aviv, Israel – June 28, 2016 –  IBM Champion ALMtoolbox, Inc., a firm with offices in the United States and Israel, today announced availability of a free Community edition product called ALM Performance, based upon ALM Performance Pro, their award-winning environment monitoring commercial solution. The Community edition of ALM Performance provides a comprehensive set […]

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The First Jenkins TLV Meetup is Just Around the Corner

We are proud to be a part of the first Jenkins TLV meetup that will take place on Monday, May 9 at AOL offices in Tel Aviv. During this meetup, we’ll be demonstrating a demo of our performance monitoring tool we made for Jenkins named ALM Vitality. ALM Vitality is a performance monitoring and alerting tool specifically tailored for Jenkins environments. ALM […]

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The Importance of well-defined thresholds when administering ClearCase, Jenkins or ClearQuest

This time I’d like to share some insights we observed when we helped our first users to install our monitoring & alerting tool for ClearCase, Jenkins and ClearQuest. A threshold is the point at which your system begins to experience difficulties. For example: high memory usage in your Jenkins master or a low number of […]

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The Challenge of Getting Full Control Over your Jenkins Deployment

We at ALMtoolbox spend a great portion of our time talking and understanding our customer’s pains. One of the most painful issues Jenkins administrators raise is that they cannot control all of the parts of their Jenkins environment if they are not part of the IT team. As a result the administrator may not find […]

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The Challenge of Getting Full Control Over Your ClearCase ClearQuest Deployment

We at ALMtoolbox spend a great portion of our time talking and understanding our customer’s pains. One of the most painful issues ClearCase & ClearQuest administrators raise is that they cannot control all of the parts of their environment if they are not part of the IT team. As a result the administrator may not […]

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LIVE Webcast: Monitoring Performance and Vitality of Jenkins

I’m happy to announce the release of our ALM Vitality v1.2. This tool continuously monitors Jenkins and gives you smart alerts and notifications about the current state of your critical systems. We created this tool based on requests from many Jenkins, ClearCase & ClearQuest users who want to gain better control over their systems; be […]

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IBM InterConnect 2015: Are you attending?

InterConnect conference in Vegas is right around the corner, and we have many exciting new features to show to attendees who work with ClearCase ClearQuest or RTC, including an enhanced solution for both developers and administrators. Our founder and CEO, Tamir Gefen, would like to meet with you to demonstrate our latest products. Tamir, an […]

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Coming Soon: Email Notification Alerts and Development Status Monitoring for ClearCase

As you may know, R&D Reporter’s latest release V4 offers a variety of UCM baseline and stream comparison reports, including new lines-of-code (LOC) metrics (see here). We will soon extend the reporting functionality to help ClearCase users, including developers and managers, monitor development status. This will enable notification when a predefined event occurs, in order […]

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