HP rolls out new SaaS solutions
Dubai, February 10, 2013
Hewlett-Packard (HP) has unveiled new Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) solutions that speed up application delivery and provide unparalleled visibility, collaboration and agility across often siloed or geographically dispersed application development and operations teams.
The new solutions - HP Agile Manager and HP Performance Anywhere - provide intuitive, collaborative and analytical capabilities needed to enable development and operation teams to deliver business-driven results, said a HP statement.
Agile Manager accelerates application time to market with an intuitive, web-based experience that offers visibility for planning, executing and tracking Agile development projects, while Performance Anywhere proactively resolves application performance issues before they impact business services through a simple-to-use, on-demand solution that provides visibility and predictive analytics, it added.
“Enterprise agility results from the ability to quickly deploy simple-to-use, on-demand tools that provide visibility and collaboration across the application life cycle,” said Tayfun Topkoc, software director, HP Middle East.
HP Agile Manager unifies and promotes collaboration with visibility into tasks, metrics and progress—whether for a single group or for multiple, geographically distributed teams across the enterprise.
HP Performance Anywhere monitors applications across the web, via the cloud and in mobile environments. It integrates easily with HP Agile Manager and HP Quality Center to further promote collaboration across development, test and operations teams to better align IT with business priorities.
Both HP Agile Manager and HP Performance Anywhere are part of the HP Converged Cloud strategy, said Topkoc.
“Together, HP Agile Manager and HP Performance Anywhere provide intuitive, collaborative and analytical capabilities needed to enable development and operation teams to deliver business-driven results,” he added.-TradeArabia News Service
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