It took Henry Ford 7 years to revolutionize the car manufacturing process. Interchangeable parts and assembly lines sped up a once tedious process to enable a Model T to be built in 93 minutes. We should be so lucky to achieve the same success in software development after introducing SOA and component based applications. The reality is that software now takes longer than ever to deliver, and with poorer quality than silted predecessors.
Please join us in seeing how one industry can learn from another. Service Virtualization is hosting application development professionals to preview a survey from research analyst, Theresa Lanowitz. The results explain how innovative technology leaders are getting projects delivered faster and with higher quality than ever before. The session will conclude with a private tour of the Ford museum and discussions of why software is built by hand and cars are built by software. Theresa will provide a summary of the application development research then host everyone on a tour of the Henry Ford Rouge Museum. All attendees will receive a copy of the research report as well as a copy of Service Virtualization: Reality is Overrated
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CA LISA from ITKO offers a revolutionary new approach to application development bottlenecks through a single, unified platform for Service Virtualization. CA LISA eliminates constraints across the software lifecycle, allowing developers, testers and performance teams to work in parallel for faster delivery and more reliable outcomes.