HP intros application modernization solution

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NEW DELHI, INDIA: HP has introduced a unified system to deliver software applications and services across heterogeneous environments.


The company says that the HP Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) 11 unites and automates critical activities of modernization applications ­— from requirements management to quality, performance and release. It also automates workflow processes within and across applications teams.

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A recent Forrester Consulting study, commissioned by HP, shows that 69 percent of IT decision-makers have earmarked a quarter of their annual IT budgets for application modernization, while 30 percent will dedicate more than 50 percent.


“Multiple requirements and tests, running across different platforms and coupled with new technologies can significantly affect application quality,” said Todd Eaton, director, ALM Tools and Services, McKesson. “Implementing HP application modernization solutions across the entire lifecycle helped us realize savings of several million dollars over a three-year period.”

HP ALM provides the foundation for the new versions of HP Quality Center and HP Performance Center 11.0.

“Organizations rely on applications to perform business-critical functions. Outdated tools, complex methodologies and ever progressing new technology make it difficult for IT to deliver effective applications,” said Bill Veghte, executive vice president, Software and Solutions, HP. “HP’s new solutions enable clients to accelerate the delivery of applications, lower application costs and achieve business alignment without sacrificing quality.”