Hewlett Packard Enterprise introduces new DevOps software

A new Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) software offering, called HPE ALM Octane, has been introduced by Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE); designed to help clients accelerate their DevOps success.

The key offerings

According to HPE, HPE ALM Octane is guided by analytics and an open architecture in order to drive speed, quality and scale. The suite provides the following key offerings:

  • The ability to integrate with different developer tools and application programming interfaces
  • The software utilises the continuous integration process to capture, analyse, provide and present data for defect management and tracking
  • Proactively tracks the relationships between pipeline activity, application architecture and components, and state of quality
  • In turn, it tracks the change between application components, backlog, builds, tests and defects

Why is this new offering important?

In order to keep up with a rapidly changing market, and meet the needs of customers, there needs to be enhanced application delivery management solutions that ensure on-going quality and scale at an increased speed, in order to meet the speed at which organisations are now producing software and mobile applications, to support development methodologies like Agile, Lean, and DevOps.

“At the core of successful business today, you will find agile, high-quality, high-performing applications that continuously provide engaging and intuitive user experiences,” said Raffi Margaliot, Senior Vice President and General Manager, Application Delivery Management, Hewlett Packard Enterprise. “However, to rapidly deliver these remarkable applications, IT teams need to be equally agile and continuously deliver high-quality products. HPE ALM Octane is specifically designed for Agile and DevOps-ready teams, bringing a cloud-first approach that’s accessible anytime and anywhere, bolstered by big data-style analytics to help deliver speed, quality, and scale across all modes of IT.”


Edited from a press release by Jordan Platt