DevOps and ALM at the cutting edge
The success of a digital strategy requires the ability to recognise trends and changes early on and respond quickly with new products and services. As part of this ongoing process, DevOps and Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) are indispensable tools.
Our interdisciplinary professionals know how to use these tools efficiently and effectively in practice. They always consider the customer’s specific situation and in this way contribute significantly to the success of the customer’s digital strategy.
Increased quality in development and operation
There is no avoiding the need to continually adapt software in order to keep pace with the rapid advances in technology and changing business needs.
Seamless cooperation with our DevOps and ALM teams ensures a high level of product and service quality, rapid integration of new functionalities and stable operation.
Our experts unburden you of all challenges
Through their collaboration in challenging projects, bbv teams have exceptionally wide-ranging know-how and the experience needed to get the best from DevOps and ALM. They cover the entire spectrum from requirements management, issue tracking and monitoring to continuous delivery and deployment through to comprehensive quality management.
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Poster on the topic of application lifecycle management
Software products and services are changing constantly and have to be maintained. Application lifecycle management places this aspect centre stage. This BBV poster graphically illustrates all ALM processes concisely and compares features and tool categories in table form.Poster
Booklet: Application lifecycle management (ALM)
This 52-page booklet explains what is meant by application lifecycle management and which open source tools support stakeholders and the team in the development process. The booklet then looks purposefully at Microsoft tools that can help with ALM. The report is rounded off by personal experiences from bbv experts.Booklet
Booklet: Introduction to continuous integration
This 28-page booklet clarifies the intentions pursued with continuous integration. It highlights the requirements to be fulfilled for implementation, explains the typical processes of this agile software development method and illustrates how a sample continuous integration environment is structured.Booklet
Daniel Lauk, Head of R&D at Landis+Gyr AG
Whether smart metering, secure IoT communications or agile working: bbv has been advising and supporting us for 20 years in modern embedded software engineering. Thank you!
Cloud-based Industrie 4.0 IoT app for production monitoring
Networking machines intelligently for improved customer service: an intuitive app for iOS and Android shows Agathon customers everything at a glance. bbv helped the customer to develop the cloud-based solution with Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud. The complex application was to be developed using agile methods and scrum based on a proof of concept.Publication
Release at the press of a button with automated deployment
The City of Zurich’s statistics department found that the manual deployment process for the buildings and dwellings register was error-prone and lengthy. Adaptations and changes were therefore rarely made. bbv automated the deployment and thus shortened the time to such an extent that new versions can now be deployed in a matter of minutes.Publication
New embedded control platform for the tablet dedusting process
Krämer AG is a global leader in dedusting, deburring and conveying tablets. The new NG Control platform developed by bbv offers improved integration and peripheral control in order to control and monitor the dedusting process centrally. An embedded Linux platform was used in the process.Publication
Poster on cloud-native applications 2.0
Applications that only run in the cloud are called cloud-native applications (CNA). This poster clearly shows the special advantages of this solution approach and cites numerous component providers who can deliver modules for these apps. It also explains the principles of CNA and offers a definition of different cloud application maturity levels.Publication
Poster on the topic of user experience lifecycle
Anyone who develops (software) products generally has to perform adjustments, updates and fixes afterwards. When the user plays a central role here, this is referred to as the user experience lifecycle. The large poster compares the most important phases, terms and dimensions in a graphically appealing manner.Publication
Development of an IoT dashboard for cable car systems
Smooth operation and safety for ski resorts: The SisControl solution from Sisag offers customers the latest data and projections for their installations at a glance so that they can respond quickly to unforeseen events. Thanks to an agile development approach and modern cloud technologies, Siscontrol was up and running at the customer site in just a few months.Publication
Booklet: Software development for mobile applications, UX and testing
When setting out to develop mobile applications, a variety of platforms, device types and development environments have to be examined and various user interfaces considered. This 80-page booklet provides an excellent overview of all of the relevant aspects of software development for mobile platforms.Publication
Booklet: Application lifecycle management (ALM)
This 52-page booklet explains what is meant by application lifecycle management and which open source tools support stakeholders and the team in the development process. The booklet then looks purposefully at Microsoft tools that can help with ALM. The report is rounded off by personal experiences from bbv experts.Publication
Poster on agile project management with bbv
This printable poster in PDF format contains the relevant processes, bulleted key points and important interdependencies that are especially relevant in bbv’s view for implementing agile projects. Simply pin on the wall to have all key aspects quickly at a glance always.Publication