Borland Software Corporation introduced a new, customer-centric approach to transforming software delivery into a managed business process called open application lifecycle management (ALM). The company also outlined its product strategy and unveiled Gauntlet, a new Open ALM product providing real-time visibility and software quality metrics across the entire delivery lifecycle.
Open implies flexibility and customer choice. Customers need the flexibility to define, manage and measure their software delivery processes based on their own unique needs. Their existing investments in tools and practices should be easily incorporated into an overall solution, regardless of vendor origin. Finally, a customer's software delivery process should be independent of any specific deployment platform or technologies, yet supportive of all. This is the benchmark for an Open ALM solution.
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