By special arrangement with OVUM Analysts, we’re pleased to present this second of a 2-part blog series with the full content of a new whitepaper by OVUM Principal Analyst Michael Azoff on Polarion ALM and its integration with Siemens Teamcenter. At the conclusion of the series you will be able to download it a free PDF of the entire whitepaper. (Read Part 1) Read the rest of this entry »
It’s a busy time for Polarion Software, as we’re quickly gearing up for the Polarion Live User Conference, which will provide best practices and insights how our customers are using Polarion software.
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The Internet of Things (IoT) has great potential for business workers and consumers, but there is a lot of confusion about the IoT infrastructure and connected devices receiving connectivity.
In a simplistic high-level breakdown, IoT is an ecosystem that allows hardware and objects we interact with everyday to have network connectivity – able to communicate directly with one another. By 2020, there will be at least 26 billion connected “Things,” according to the Gartner research analyst group. Read the rest of this entry »
The wearable market is expanding quickly, and it’s no longer just consumers jumping into the surging market. Growing curiosity in the healthcare and medical sector has generated new interest in creating software and solutions that collect a large amount of data.
Medical Wearables: Only The Beginning
As more companies begin to test wearable technology able to capture personal medical information, there are legal and ethical questions in relation to regulations on compliance. Read the rest of this entry »
By special arrangement with the OVUM analyst research firm, we’re pleased to present a 2-part blog series with the full content of a new whitepaper by OVUM Principal Analyst Michael Azoff on Polarion ALM and its integration with Siemens Teamcenter. At the conclusion of the series you will be able to download it a free PDF of the entire whitepaper. Read the rest of this entry »
If you’re in the San Francisco Bay Area, Polarion Software would like to invite you to an in-person software security event next week. The event will take place on Tuesday, September 29 at the Sheraton Palo Alto Hotel.
Polarion Software will have automotive product manager Mike Borse speaking at the event, as he joins other panelists to discuss threat modeling and applied security architecture in agile software development. This will be a great opportunity to interact with leading security industry experts regarding the complex topic of agile software development. Read the rest of this entry »
You may have seen the terms flitting around the internet: variants, variant management, product line engineering (PLE). You may have read that they represent an onrushing trend in product development. You may be wondering “just what is all this and how is it going to affect our business”. In this series based on a new whitepaper from Polarion Software, we’re going to try to answer these questions and others.
In Part 1 “Variety is the Spice of Life” we talked about some of the drivers behind the trend of demand for variation and customization. Part 2 “Tactical Approaches” discussed ways to approach handling of variation. In this third and final part we’ll have a look into the concepts of Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) and Product Line Engineering (PLE), and show you some solutions that are available right now, today, to help you meet the rising demand for variation and customization of your company’s products.
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More dreadful news headlines for automotive interests. This news further demonstrates the growing pervasiveness and importance of software within the automotive domain, and a cautionary tale with respect to software development processes, organizational management, governance, liability, etc. Without naming names and re-hashing the specific details of the incident, this essentially winds up being a case of an implemented software-enabled feature that thwarts mandated compliance.
How could something like this happen? And now that it has happened, what’s next? Several scenarios certainly seem plausible, though some more than others. Read the rest of this entry »
Could you imagine sitting in the back of a taxi cab and there is no human driver in control of the vehicle? How about going on vacation and no longer being required to interact with hotel staff while checking-in at the hotel? Just a few years ago, either one of these scenarios would have seemed highly unlikely, but technology is changing at a rapid pace.
Robots and artificial intelligence have captured even more headlines as of late, and that has caused a growing number of people to be concerned. Some are worried about artificial intelligence surpassing human control, while others have economic-based fear that robots will steal jobs. Read the rest of this entry »
For Your Radar: ALM-PLM Integration- Why it Matters for Multi-Domain Engineering (Webinar- September 24)
WHO: Michael Azoff, Ovum Principal Analyst
Clara Cismaru, Polarion Software Product Manager
WHAT: OVUM Analyst webinar “ALM-PLM Integration: Why it Matters for Multi-Domain Engineering” (free)
WHEN: Thursday, September 17, 2015, at 11:30 a.m. EST