Posts Tagged "maintainability"
Here at Optimyth Software, until now, we have focused in reducing our customer’s software maintenance cost with our solutions. This doesn’t mean cost reduction is the only benefit our customers get when they implement our solutions, they can help as well in other aspects with different flavors: effective use of software and hardware resources, compliance with application security best practices, improve reliability of the code developed in different programming languages and more.Read More
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Happy new year to all our readers. After the holiday break we are back with new hopes and projects for the new year. Among the myriad of emails received full with the next IT trends for 2013 not a single one listed Software Quality in the top 10. What’s wrong with analysts, IT journalists and bloggers? Okay, mobile, big data, more cloud services and infrastructure, they are all hot topics for all kind of organizations but without software quality any IT initiative can be a money pit in 2013 and years to come.Read More
I don’t want to bore the audience with yet another post about software maintenance after my latest series about it. But… I can’t help myself after reading DevOps and Maintenance go together like apple pie and ice cream, from Jim Bird’s blog Building real software -highly recommended for those of you interested in software engineer in general and software quality and security in particular-.Read More
I have been very concerned about software maintenance lately, you should be too. Software maintenance management should be a priority for any development manager interested in reducing overall development cost.This is not something that just came to me lately out of the blue, I have almost daily conversations with customers and prospects about the issue and it is probably the corner stone of our speech here at Optimyth. So I decided to start writing about it, in my 3 most recent posts I talked, and I hope you could learn, about: why is maintenance so expensive, what are the most important cost drivers and some best practice to help you start saving some money.
Today I want to recommend tools -and functionality you need from them- to effectively manage and control the maintainability of your software.Read More
After understanding why software maintenance is so expensive and analyzing the top 5 maintenance cost drivers, it is time to dive in and explain what you can do to start saving money in your application maintenance efforts. What functionality is required for a comprehensive software maintenance management, what technologies can help and the benefits these practices bring to business.Read More