Archive for the ‘DevOps’ Category

ALM Vitality v1.2 is Out! See What’s New for Jenkins, ClearCase, and ClearQuest

We’re happy to announce the new release of ALM Vitality v1.2, our vitality monitoring tool for Jenkins, ClearCase, ClearQuest: What is new in this version? We enhanced the monitoring over Jenkins: now you can monitor the all the following applicative and IT resources. On the application side, it monitors the following for each master and […]

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LIVE Demo: Monitoring Vitality of Jenkins, ClearCase and ClearQuest

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

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ALM Vitality Monitoring: Sharing Insights and what’s in it for you

It has been 6 weeks since we released the first version of ALM Vitality, so now is a good time to share a few insights we’ve received from our ALM Vitality users. We will also share what is new in ALM Vitality and show how you can benefit from the application growth. Here is the […]

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LIVE Demo: Monitoring Vitality of ClearCase, ClearQuest and Jenkins

I’m happy to announce the release of our new ALM Vitality tool. This tool continuously monitors ClearCase, ClearQuest and 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 ClearCase ClearQuest users who want to gain better control over their […]

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See You Next Week in the UK Rational Day?

Our company has been chosen by the UK Rational User Community to present a case study on utilizing Continuous Integration with ClearCase and Jenkins. This could be your chance to get a private demo from our head of development about our new add-on tools for ClearCase and ClearQuest \ RTC \ Jenkins \ JIRA Interested […]

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Are you coming to the UK Rational Day in London Next Week?

I’m pleased to inform you that we will be sharing an interesting case study on applying Continuous Integration with Jenkins and ClearCase – we hope to see you there. If you’re based in London and would like a live demonstration of our latest add-on tools during UK Rational Day, please contact me at noah @ […]

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Meet ALMtoolbox in London on November 25th!

Our company has been chosen by the UK Rational User Community to present a case study on utilizing Continuous Integration with ClearCase and Jenkins (see agenda and reserve your seat here). This could be your chance to get a private demo from our head of development about our add-on tools for ClearCase and ClearQuest, including […]

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ClearCase, Jenkins and CI: Join our session at the UK Rational User Group

Join us on 11/25 in IBM Southbank London for an interesting case study on Continuous Engineering with ClearCase and Jenkins in the UK. Click here to register (Space is limited). If you have experienced any ClearCase challenges, this mini-conference offers an opportunity to schedule a private meeting with our manager and see some of our […]

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How Can Open Source Affect Your Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC)?

Without Open Source components it is hard to imagine building commercial software. In fact, a recent survey found that almost 80% of companies use open source components in their software (1). Unfortunately, another survey reveals a startling statistic: more than 50% of companies do not have a formal policy or procedures in place for managing […]

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Why R&D Reporter?

R&D Reporter (https://www.almtoolbox.com/rnd) is a ClearCase add-on tool that provides development status reports, metrics and charts. We’re often asked what makes our R&D Reporter for ClearCase so special and why it’s better than in-house scripting. Here is a list of the unique value proposition of R&D Reporter (feel free to share with your boss and colleagues): […]

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