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ALM is the connection, not the tools.

ALM is the connection between the tools, not the tools themselves.

Carey Schwaber, Mea culpa, ALM toolmakers say

 

Recommendations: Not let support for requirements management drive their ALM tool selection. [...]

  ALM 1.0 solutions don’t offer much support for ALM beyond what can be accomplished through brittle tool-to-tool integrations. Characteristics of ALM 1.0 solutions include: 1) a single tool for each role; 2)  redundant and inconsistent ALM features locked in practitioner tools; 3) microprocesses embedded in tools and macroprocesses embedded in tool integrations; and 4) integration through brittle repository synchronization mechanisms.
  Characteristics of ALM 2.0 solutions — tomorrow’s ALM platforms — include: 1) common services available across practitioner tools; 2) practitioner tools assembled out of plug-ins; 3) repository neutrality; 4) use of open integration standards; and 5) microprocesses and macroprocesses governed by externalized workflow.

The Forrester WaveTM: Requirements Management, Q2 2008, Carey Schwaber and Mary Gerush

sobota, 28 lutego 2009, d_l_x

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