Release Deployment is Application Lifecycle Management's Last Mile
Integrating ALM with Nolio Application Release Operations Suite closes the gap between development and operations, ensuring that feature requests are traceable and controlled from conception, through development, and into production.
Agile development and application lifecycle management (ALM) enable the management of application changes rapidly and smoothly from business requirements, through the development teams and into automated build environments. ALM components including requirement analysis, modeling, and software testing among others, are designed to facilitate 'release ready' applications, ready for handover to IT operations for deployment; a.k.a. the 'last-mile'.
Application Release Deployment with Nolio
Nolio enables the automated release of application components into production and pre-production environments following the ALM cycle, seamlessly, swiftly and error free. Using API integrations, Nolio Application Release Operations Suite can access your code repository, build server, or QA areas, and seamlessly deploy the latest version across multiple environments and application tiers, to reliably execute the "last mile" of the application lifecycle.
Continuous integration aims to improve the quality of software, and to reduce the time taken to deliver it. While most CI systems promote deployment automation by allowing the running of scripts after a build finishes, with today's complex and multi-tier applications, continuous deployment can only be truly achieved with Nolio Application Release Operations Suite.
A well run release management organization is focused on delivering on-time, quality releases for business and IT initiatives. Extending Serena's Application Lifecycle Management suite, Nolio Application Release Operations Suite provides automated release control, where you can remove dependence on current manual processes and individual heroics, improve visibility and alignment across business, IT and application development, and implement an effective practice - manage a release as a program.