Las Vegas, NV, November 15, 2011 – Tomorrow industry analyst Theresa Lanowitz of voke, inc. will be presenting the results of her latest report, a Category Snapshot on Lifecycle Virtualization, at CAWorld (see session details here). The report highlights the importance of Lifecycle Virtualization, which leverages virtualization technologies for development and QA teams to enhance the application or product lifecycle. Alongside desktop and server virtualization, lifecycle virtualization serves as the third pillar in a truly virtual environment. In fact, Lanowitz believes lifecycle virtualization has the power and potential to deliver more impact to the market than both server and desktop virtualization, by finally solving age-old and classic challenges of software development and delivery.
Lifecycle virtualization includes the following solutions such as virtual lab management (VLM), virtualized cloud platforms, service virtualization, defect virtualization, and device virtualization.
Virtual Lab Management (VLM)
Virtualized Cloud Platforms
Other key predictions from the report include:
The voke Category Snapshot report on Lifecycle Virtualization is available to voke’s annual research subscribers at www.vokeinc.com.
voke, celebrating its fifth anniversary and founded in 2006, is a modern independent technology analyst firm focused on the edge of innovation. voke’s primary coverage area is the application lifecycle and its global transformation, including virtualization, cloud computing, embedded systems, mobile and device software. voke provides data and analysis for the economy of innovation. Companies of all sizes, financial firms, and venture capital organizations turn to voke to harness strategic advice, independent and impartial market observations and analysis to move markets beyond the status quo. Please visit www.vokeinc.com to subscribe to voke research.
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