Often, cobbled and stitched-together integrations lead to a lack of visibility across the development environment. Visibility is key for true collaboration and team communication that allows stakeholders to make well-informed decisions. Micro Focus Connect (formerly Borland Connect) provides Enterprise IT with the ability to consolidate multiple sets of disparate tools to reduce complexity, while also maintaining integral integrations with legacy systems all within a central repository. With Micro Focus Connect, teams achieve their full potential of software delivery by improving team efficiency and release predictability for all their assets.
- Provide teams a lens into their processes and progress
- Stakeholders receive consistent insight across teams, individuals, and projects
- Improve reporting and baselining across all software delivery assets
- Replace single point integrations with a single source of truth
- Enhance visibility and traceability with uniformity across asset versioning
Micro Focus Connect is the universal source of truth for all development activity and provides unified reporting and baselines across all software delivery assets. This allows teams to achieve tighter communication with real-time asset sharing while stakeholders gain control and transparency over complex development environments.
Traceability and transparency of artifacts across the entire software lifecycle is paramount in promoting overall quality during the development of a software or systems application. Teams are able to make informed decisions that affect change, reduce risk, manage defects, and improve agility for exceptional predictability in software delivery.
Create a snapshot of all your software assets at every milestone within a project and compare all aspects of the project to identify trends that could impact delivery. Generate unified reports for stakeholders regardless of the number of teams, tools, or which methodology is used.
All ALM assets and relationships are synchronized into a central change management hub. These assets include source code, requirements, agile artifacts, and tests. This promotes a common approach to managing and tracking software releases in a heterogeneous environment of ALM tooling.