Tasktop released the 1.7 version of its flagship Tasktop Pro Mylyn-based ALM integration suite.
XebiaLabs's Deployit 1.3 beta offers new auto-discovery features plus support for virtualized and cloud environments.
Parasoft Corp. and TeamDynamixHE recently released new project management tools for Agile software development.
A new research report cited IBM and MKS as the best Agile development management tool vendors.
Stuart McGill, Chief Technology Officer at Micro Focus, discusses the company's new direction and priorities.
Vendors shift strategies to ease adoption, improve ROI and target software development lifecycle pain points.
Experts and users weigh in on the challenge of integrating configuration management into your agile development projects.
The Mylyn project is being divided into subprojects designed to accelerate the evolution of this open source framework for integrating task and ALM tools with the Eclipse IDE.
New functionality in Visual Studio Team System 2010 supports the Agile dev trend.
Leading ALM firm targets Scrum-based project management with acquisition.
CA dug into its ranks to replace retiring CEO John Swainson, naming its chairman William McCracken to run the company.
The near-final Service Pack 2 for Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008 was released by Microsoft on Wednesday.
MDC session laid out the key advances from an ALM perspective
Hewlett-Packard released HP Performance Center 9.5, the company's integrated application test and analysis suite.
Borland Software today released a new module to its ALM portfolio focused on improving the quality of apps delivered by development teams.
Trend Micro said hackers are targeting a hole in Internet Explorer 7 that was addressed in Microsoft's February security patch issued last week.
DynaTrace Software this week upgraded its platform to allow developers to monitor, test and troubleshoot globally distributed SOA-based applications.
The UNIX-like server solution adds some extra security features beyond what you'd find with typical Linux OSes.
Microsoft has advanced to the next testing phase by issuing Release Candidate "Escrow"-build versions of Service Pack 2.
Microsoft is giving private testers access to a near final build of Service Pack 2 for Vista and Windows Server 2008.