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Blue Agility to Sponsor Agile Alliance's Premier Annual Conference

Blue Agility to Support Agile 2014 as a Silver Level Sponsor

PHILADELPHIA, PA--(Marketwired - July 25, 2014) - Blue Agility, an industry leader specializing in large-scale Agile transformations and Application Lifecycle Management (ALM), announced today that they are a supporting the Agile 2014 conference as a Silver Level Sponsor. Agile 2014, the world's largest agile conference, is taking place July 28-Aug. 1, in Orlando. This is Blue Agility's third year sponsoring the event. Blue Agility brings several of their agile practitioners and coaches with deep knowledge in areas such as the Scaled Agile Framework® (SAFe), DevOps and ALM tools deployment.

"Complimenting our already established and effective agile transformation services, we now have the solution for any enterprise organization scaling agile using the Scaled Agile Framework. With the release of devEssentials last month, this is the opportune time for us to be networking with fellow industry experts and agile practitioners," said Mike Bonamassa, President of Blue Agility.

Blue Agility's devEssentials, provides a complete role-based roadmap for scaling agile planning across the Enterprise through Portfolio, Program & Teams and each phase of the development lifecycle, and is built to work with any organization scaling agile and adopting SAFe. Bringing usage model support, role-based enablement and expertise at each level of the agile planning process across the Enterprise, devEssentials completes each piece of the agile ALM puzzle. With the devEssentials ecosystem, Blue Agility brings an exclusive way to achieve Enterprise Agile Transformations and ALM tools deployment.

"We recognize that agile transformations are driven by the empowered teams in organizations and that coaches can only provide the initial momentum to change. With devEssentials each agilist has access to the wisdom of a coach at their fingertips whenever they need them. This significantly moves the needle on our goal to transform teams to empowered agility," stated Bonamassa.

For more information about the Agile 2014, individuals can visit agile2014.agilealliance.org.

The Blue Agility team can be found at Booth #413

About Agile Alliance

Agile Alliance is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the concepts of Agile software development, as outlined in the Agile Manifesto. With nearly 13,000 members and subscribers located around the globe, Agile Alliance is driven by the principles of the Agile manifesto and the value delivered to developers, organizations and end users. Agile Alliance organizes the annual North American Agile20XX conference series, the industry's leading event that attracts coders, project managers, academia, business and the vendor-partner community members from around the globe. For more information about the organization, visit www.agilealliance.org.

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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