Event Date: December 13, 2017 at 11:00 AM ET
Hosted By: CollabNet & Carahsoft
Millions of dollars are invested in Agile, DevOps, and Continuous Delivery initiatives within government agencies delivering software, yet real process improvement and data on capabilities delivered have been difficult to come by. Fragmented processes and tooling for all the various aspects of the software development lifecycle make data-driven decision-making challenging.
VersionOne uniquely integrates and coordinates activities across the entire software delivery value stream to ensure higher quality and reduce risk. Join us to see how VersionOne:
Integrates the entire software delivery value stream from strategic planning, budgeting, roadmapping, release, and iteration planning all the way to release automation and deployment
Connects historically fragmented tooling and processes into an integrated solution to provide real-time, data-driven insights
Enables agencies to plan, prioritize, and measure the flow of software development initiatives as a single, integrated development lifecycle process
Automates real-time visibility and release governance and reporting
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