Software testing and ALM: A cloud computing guide

Find the latest information on how cloud computing affects APM and business, the software testing environment and the application lifecycle.

Cloud computing can cause application lifecycle management (ALM) problems, particularly in application performance, software security and application quality assurance. In this guide, helps you identify if investing in the cloud is right for your organization and examines the challenges and benefits of maintaining application performance in the cloud.

Software testing is also facing changes due to the proliferation of the cloud. While testing in the cloud introduces new risks, it also facilitates certain aspects of testing. In this guide, experts weigh in on testing in the cloud, offering strategies for deriving the most benefit while avoiding risks and issues.

For resources on the shift occurring in development processes and application lifecycle management (ALM) as a result of the integration of cloud computing solutions, read articles here from industry experts.

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Cloud computing, APM and your business

Considering adopting cloud computing? Before making the leap, researching return on investment, service level agreements (SLAs) and whether cloud fits business needs is a must. These articles cover those topics, as well as how to address challenges in application performance in the cloud.

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Cloud computing in ALM

Cloud computing is making changes in the development processes of application lifecycle management. Learn the ways in which cloud computing has affected ALM automation, development and integration.

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