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Panaya Advances Application Lifecycle Management With Enterprise Agile Delivery

By   /  May 31, 2018  /  No Comments

According to a recent press release, “Panaya, the leader in SaaS-based testing and continuous delivery platforms, today announced the availability of Panaya Release Dynamix 2.0 (RDx), a cloud-based Enterprise Agile Delivery (EAD) Platform that enables enterprises to quickly and safely deliver application changes from ideation to realization. From initial business change request through to testing and production, RDx 2.0 removes the calculated guesswork and risk associated with business-critical application changes. Designed with Enterprise IT in mind, RDx 2.0 serves as a collaborative platform that aligns complex, IT organizations around key objectives, while offering full visibility and real-time monitoring and reporting, to ensure multidimensional views into impact and risk across the entire delivery pipeline, and across dispersed teams and architectures.”

The release goes on, “Key features and benefits include: (1) Greater Transparency: RDx 2.0 optimizes the entire delivery pipeline by providing stakeholders complete visibility into the code and build process. (2) Increased Developer Efficiency and Code Stability: With RDx 2.0’s Code Quality Review, coding and quality assurance is automatically combined into a single activity to help improve security, performance, compliance, maintainability and robustness of new code. (3) Streamlined Testing: Supporting key Shift Left practices, RDx 2.0 allows testing to be conducted in conjunction with development. Testing time is also greatly reduced given code is already defined as “ready to test” in adherence to predefined ABAP standards. (4) Easier Management of Development Space: RDx 2.0 simplifies the planning and management for complex demand streams by providing IT teams visibility into feature and stories progress and task breakdowns, as well as out-of-the-box reporting, burndown charts, agile Kanban boards and more.”

Read more at Business Wire.

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