ALM Octane - The Basics for Developers

Maximize your development work as part of an unified and integrated platform
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ALM Octane Developer Access Overview
IDE Integration - Access Octane artifacts from your IDE
CI Integration - Get build insights from your pipeline
Integration of Selenium Tests as part of the pipeline
Define parameter sets for your pipeline

Requirements

  • No requirements or prerequisites.

Description

In this course, you will learn how to work with the ALM Octane Developer Access with the following focus areas:

  • Overview of ALM Octane Developer Access

  • How to setup and integrate your pipelines from Jenkins

  • Integrate IDEs such as Visual Studio, Eclipse or IntelliJ

  • Integrate Testing Frameworks as part of the pipeline runs

  • Understand the tools provided by ALM Octane

Upon successful completion of this course, you will be eligible to:

  • be more productive

  • better collaborate

  • use agile methodologies in a smarter way

  • support the software delivery lifecycle

  • take on lead roles in your projects and advance in your career


Who this course is for:

  • Developers
  • Testers
  • Product Owners
  • Product Managers

Course content

1 section20 lectures1h 59m total length
  • Explore the landing page
    05:06
  • Overview
    06:22
  • Introduction to My Work module
    05:27
  • Integrate Jenkins as CI Server
    05:40
  • Add a pipeline job from Jenkins
    04:27
  • Install and configure IDE Plugin (IntelliJ)
    04:19
  • Observing code commits and changes as part of a pipeline run
    02:37
  • Working with Pull Requests
    15:06
  • Configure code commits and pull requests
    03:31
  • Configure SCM Template Links source, diff and branch
    06:41
  • Importance of Pull Request in relation to Backlog Items User Stories & Defects
    08:06
  • Integrate your Testing Framework as Pipeline Job
    07:23
  • Integrate Maven Cucumber Framework as Pipeline Job
    11:13
  • Define Parameter Set for Pipelines
    06:04
  • Review Testruns results of a pipeline execution
    02:50
  • Assignment for Failure Analysis
    05:01
  • Create Defect after failure analysis
    03:19
  • Create Defect in the Issues Module
    05:10
  • Work with Defects relevant for you
    04:23
  • Import Backlog Items
    06:36

Instructor

Making DevOps a reality with ALM Octane
Amir Khan
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  • 2,848 Students
  • 11 Courses

Amir Khan takes care as Software Expert for the Micro Focus Application Delivery Management (ADM) Portfolio. In his role he is responsible for key customers in Switzerland and Austria. He has years of experience in software development within traditional and agile Projects. In the last three years Amir Khan has focused and specialised on topics such as DevOps and Behaviour Driven Development (BDD).