|By Marketwired .||
|June 1, 2014 06:00 PM EDT||
PHILADELPHIA, PA--(Marketwired - June 01, 2014) - Blue Agility, an industry leader specializing in large-scale Agile deployments, announced today at IBM Innovate 2014, the release of their newest solution, devEssentials™. devEssentials™ provides highly customizable templates based on the Scaled Agile Framework™ (SAFe™) and IBM Rational technology providing a repeatable framework enabling continuous delivery across the enterprise.
devEssentials™, powered by Blue Agility's award winning, on-demand knowledge repository bluejazz™, provides a complete role-based roadmap for scaling agile planning across the Enterprise through Portfolio, Program & Teams and each phase of the development lifecycle. devEssentials™ is built to work with any organization scaling agile and adopting SAFe™.
When asked what sets devEssentials apart in the competitive landscape, Pratik Bengali, Chief Technologist and the creator of devEssentials and bluejazz, stated, "They (other vendors) provide tools consulting, and they may provide some process consulting, we provide the complete solution with devEssentials. What makes this a powerful solution is the underlying technology; bluejazz™ and guideEngine. Together they are the engines supporting devEssentials."
devEssentials™ completes each piece of the puzzle, bringing usage model support, role-based enablement and expertise at each level of the agile planning process across the Enterprise. With the devEssentials™ ecosystem, Blue Agility brings an exclusive way to achieve Enterprise Agile Transformations and ALM tools deployment. Also unique to devEssentials™ is guideEngine, giving the user a facilitated walkthrough of devEssentials™ and IBM Rational tools.
"While the Blue Agility team has put countless hours into the making of devEssentials™, our key partnerships with Scaled Agile and IBM Rational is what truly made this ecosystem possible. We couldn't be more thrilled launch devEssentials into the marketplace. devEssentials is a real differentiator to how people consume knowledge," said Ken France, Blue Agility Vice President of Delivery and Managing Partner.
Register for free guided demo @ http://devEssentials.blue-agility.com
For more information on devEssentials, visit here.
About Blue Agility
Blue Agility specializes in large-scale Agile transformations leveraging the Scaled Agile Framework™ (SAFe) and IBM's Application Lifecycle Management tools. Using DevOps solutions, Blue Agility provides a framework of people, process and technology, enabling the enterprise with continuous delivery capabilities. Leveraging devEssentials™, and supported by bluejazz™ (Innovate 2013 technical summit best of show), organizations access customized role-based tool usage models, ensuring scalable and sustainable enterprise-wide transformations with end-to-end traceability.
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