I always enjoy it that I get to announce new releases to our customers and the world. This latest release… version 2016 Service Release 2 (SR2) is a very special one. Why? For new and enhanced functionality? Yes. For improved performance and capability? For sure. For the issues that have been resolved? Of course. But there’s one thing more- something that’s unique to this release. Something you’ll notice as soon as you install it and fire it up. Have you guessed? Read on! Read the rest of this entry »
Quality assurance (QA) is an important piece to the puzzle in your software development lifecycle. However, not relying on a complete QA solution might slow down your organization. You can make your process more agile by utilizing a collaborative QA and testing environment such as Polarion QA.
Polarion QA allows stakeholders access to data anytime/anywhere, while viewing shared documents and test cases. Interdepartmental communication is simplified, with full traceability visible from requirements to test verification.
Embedded software is becoming even more important in product development, leading innovation in connected and engineered products.
Although embedded software presents new business opportunities, there are also development and security complexities that must be addressed. More functionality is needed to support new and differentiated products, with demands on price, performance, size, and time to market are accurately discussed.
Software testing is an extremely important part of the development process, with quality assurance (QA) and test management growing in importance.
If your organization has struggled to find a unified test management solution, Polarion QA is able to provide quality assurance and testing in a single platform. In addition, your team can work together to design, coordinate, and track project test management activities collaboratively.
Polarion QA is a solution designed to provide a highly effective, transparent protection of quality integrity for your projects – in a familiar environment that you won’t have to relearn. A jump to the unified Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) is always seamless. Read the rest of this entry »
Will you need to own a car in the future? Are self-driving cars going to replace the need for driving and car ownership?
It’s incredible to think instead of purchasing gas, we could instead buy seat-miles for vehicles parked in public stalls controlled by robots. Technology is becoming even more prominent in modern cars and trucks, driving a looming revolution of autonomy with sensors packed under dashboards and hoods.
The automotive industry is feeling the technology disruption – so our children and grandchildren may not need to own a car, or even learn how to drive.
Software development is becoming increasingly complex, as more lines of code, demand for smart connectivity, and difficulty resolving post-launch issues plague development teams. Traditional software engineering often separates requirements and testing processes, but testing must be integrated with software project requirements.
Polarion REQUIREMENTS helps guide users to project success, based on an organization’s size, processes, and project workload – making sure requirements management is always at the forefront of development and manufacturing. Read the rest of this entry »
If your organization needs extra help building highly complex products even easier and faster, Siemens PLM is hosting a webinar on Thursday, August 4. The webinar, “Agile, Traditional, Hybrid – Collaborate Effectively in Requirements Management,” takes place at 10:00 AM London time (11:00 AM Amsterdam/Berlin/Paris).
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The use of Polarion ALM [application lifecycle management] gives your team the chance to accelerate innovation in a single unified lifecycle management product. A single, cohesive solution helps connect teams and projects while application development processes for requirements, coding, testing, and release are properly managed.
We recently hosted a webinar, “ALM Design, Develop and Verify,” discussing how ALM helps streamline your development processes.
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Trying to figure out how to deal with punctuated innovation times, shrinking product lifecycles, and growing complexities is difficult. Customers must find methods to automate systems engineering while developing quality embedded software when consumers expect new and differentiated products. Read the rest of this entry »
Software is complicated, and development teams have no time to lose when creating increasingly complex products.
The use of an application lifecycle management (ALM) solution, such as Polarion ALM, gives your team a faster, more reliable method during software development.
Collaboration, traceability and workflow are three core principles built into Polarion ALM, with traceability and collaboration supported across your development teams. It’s easier to pass any audit, compliance, and regulatory inspection, with development artifacts easily accessible throughout the development process.