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Open Source-Based Tool Integrates “Build Deploy Test” Process
(MSNBC, Manila, Philippines, November 24, 2008) – Exist, a software innovation partner to some of the world’s most successful businesses, today announced the availability of Maestro S+, an extension to its open source build management platform, Maestro, fortified to run integrated testing using Selenium.
[Maestro and Maestro S+, as well as information about these products are now with MaestroDev. For information, visitwww.maestrodev.com.]
“Exist realizes that with short timelines and tight budgets, companies these days need to be innovative in their software development processes,” said Winston Damarillo, chairman and CEO of Exist. “One way to gain higher productivity for development organizations is to have the build-deploy-test process integrated. Companies can opt to use their current continuous integration resources or simply use Exist’s Maestro S+.”
Leveraging Exist’s expertise in build automation and continuous integration tools such as Apache Maven and Apache Continuum, Maestro S+ provides solutions to connectivity across locations, slow overall build, test and release cycles and scalability issues.
For the past 7 years, Exist, a strategic partner to Fortune 500 companies, ISVs and start-ups, has successfully delivered innovative solutions on time and on budget.
“With Maestro S+, development teams can look forward to faster times to market, better software quality, higher productivity for development organizations and reduction in IT infrastructure and administration costs,” Damarillo added.