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Most HPE customers will have heard of ALM, HPE’s Application Lifecycle Management software solution. Those with longer memories may still refer to it as “Quality Center” or even “Test Director”. Through this long history, ALM has evolved and added functionality and integrations with HPE as well as third party testing and development tools. ALM supports modern SDLC techniques such as Continuous Integration, Testing and Deployment (DevOps) even though many customers don’t use ALM in this way.

Posted by Richard Bishop

I've recently been asked to get involved in helping a client to produce management information (MI) that helps to quantify the value that performance testing is adding to their business.

Posted by Richard Bishop

My son came home from school today to show me a funny Trump-related website. Apparently it’s all the rage at school.  The website lets you blow a Trumpet in Donald Trump’s face. There’s a trumpet noise and a funny animation of the President-elect’s hair blowing. I can see why this is popular in schools and (probably) workplaces…. it’s disrespectful and childishly funny.

Posted by Richard Bishop

I have recently been involved in testing an Email Marketing solution for our Customer that led to some investigation around expectations for testing coverage of email clients by OS and platform.

Posted by John Howley

Well, it's happened yet again...

Posted by Darren Clifton

As a performance tester, along with many people in the IT-world, I'm often asked to plan for different eventualities. I have to write test plans, software deployment plans or help to provide estimates for how long a piece of work will take.  For predictable, simple work, this is fairly easy and is the sort of thing that people learn in school maths lessons. e.g. "If it takes one man one hour to dig a hole, how long will it take two men to dig a similar hole?"

Posted by Richard Bishop

OK, so HPE has launched the latest version of their market-leading performance testing tool, but what does that mean for me as a performance tester?

Posted by Richard Bishop

We’ve moved!!!

Yes, Trust IV has moved. A change is as good as a break, so rather than have a holiday, we’ve decided to move offices, to No.10 no less.

Posted by Darren Clifton

With HPE introducing the LeanFT tool most people are unsure of the differences between the conventional HPE Unified Functional Testing (UFT) and LeanFT product sets. I thought I would write a blog to describe some of the differences to help people get some clarification on which tool would best fit their requirements.

Posted by Aaron Whyte

As HPE partners we have great opportunities to "play" with the latest HPE software. This gives us a chance to hone our skills with the as well as to share our experiences with other testers and the wider testing community. One group where we share these experiences is the NorthWest Tester Gathering.

Posted by Richard Bishop

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The team at Trust IV is fascinated by technology and its impact on our daily lives. There are a lot of great minds at work here, working with our clients to improve their application performance and help technology make a difference. The Trust IV blog allows us to share our thoughts on the latest IT trends and give an insight into our service offerings. We hope that you enjoy reading our content.