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What is the ALM methodology?
ALM is made up of several disciplines that have often been separated under legacy development processes, such as a waterfall development method, including project management, requirements management, software development, testing and quality assurance, deployment, and maintenance.
What is application lifecycle management (ALM)?
Application lifecycle management provides a framework for software development while also helping you to manage your software over time. Following ALM practices uses a lightweight, pre-established plan and requirements to turn an idea into an application.
What is the operations and maintenance stage of ALM?
The operations and maintenance stage is what focuses ALM on the complete lifespan of an application. Ops doesn’t end once an application is deployed. Regular maintenance and updates need to be considered. Retirement of an application or service should also be considered as part of maintenance.
What is the difference between Alm and DevOps?
ALM supports a DevOps approach, which goes hand-in-hand with Linux® containers. Containers give your team the underlying technology needed for a cloud-native development style, and support a unified environment for development, delivery, integration, and automation. And Kubernetes is the modern way to automate Linux container operations.
What is the difference between SDLC and ALM?
The main difference is that SDLC is primarily focused on the development phase, where ALM is concerned with the entire application life cycle, from concept to maintenance and eventually decommissioning, and continues after the application is developed.
What is the ALM client launcher?
ALM Client Launcher (see: https://marketplace.microfocus.com/appdelivery/content/alm-client-launcher) is a Windows-based client that can completely replace the traditional ALM client and is much easier to maintain.
Is Alm/quality center suitable for my team?
It is suitable for teams of all sizes. Key features of ALM/Quality Center include project planning and tracking, application lifecycle intelligence, lab management automation, asset sharing and reuse, cross-project reporting, heterogeneous environment support and requirements definition and management.