In the midst of debt ceiling and government shutdown negotiations on Monday, the Obama Administration launched its new online health insurance marketplace — HealthCare.gov — where Americans can go to shop for affordable healthcare.
However, it seems even the federal government isn’t immune from technical snags.
Measuring application quality to get useful results requires proper analysis of the right source code perimeter in the most relevant way. But it doesn’t stop with just one measurement, you can follow the evolution of indicators for a given period in order to anticipate potential troubles and to be in a position to make good decisions.
Everything moves fast in the IT world. It is said that a year can be translated to seven years in a dog’s life. Well, the translation is much higher in IT. Every year, new computing languages are created. They might differ from the previous one by a comma, but they are created nonetheless. Should we adapt our conceptions of software quality to those new languages?
With a worrying uptick in the number of IT glitches, halts, and crashes that have been plaguing Wall Street and other critical industries over the past year, business leaders are beginning to realize the importance of tracking the software quality and risk metrics of their core business applications to keep them robust and reliable.
That’s why we’re announcing an update to our flagship platform — CAST Application Intelligence Platform (AIP) 7.1 — that makes it even easier for business leaders to analyze and measure the software structure of enterprise-sized applications, and benchmark their applications against competitors in their industry.
Good things come in three! I wouldn’t say we have saved the best for last, but the information we’re covering in this post is an exciting one! If you haven’t been following our series, I encourage you to read about what we have already announced is coming in AIP 7.1 — the new delivery management tool and the Appmarq industry benchmarking repository. In this post, we wanted to give you an advance preview of a feature that will be made available towards the end of the year, with the next release of AIP. We’re talking about the design of our dashboard.
As you may have heard, we are launching a brand-new version of CAST Application Intelligence Platform this month, and we’re giving our readers a special preview of what’s in store for the release in a series of blog posts. In case you missed it, we previously shared details on the new Delivery Management Tool that eases the process of delivering enterprise source code.
For part two of our series, we will look at a new feature which has been integrated directly into the AIP dashboard.
There is that rare moment in a basketball game when a player has the right combination of variables and the ball sails through the net without touching the rim. Recently, David Consulting Group (DCG) assembled a great team to work on a .NET project for a branch of the United States military, and CAST was pleased to be included in a project that achieved that proverbial “swish.”