The system monitors the code and core assets of any software system
Borland Software, a provider of open application lifecycle management, has introduced TeamInspector, a release readiness system that gathers and reveals key metrics such as code analysis, test coverage, standards compliance and build trends, to give development managers factual evidence that the software they deliver is ready for customer use.
According to the company, TeamInspector is the newest addition to Borland Management Solutions (BMS), the software delivery management platform that enables organizations to track, measure, predict and improve delivery performance and quality.
TeamInspector’s automated inspectors gather and aggregate key readiness metrics from an array of developer test utilities, static code analysis and build tools. It then presents them in a single, actionable dashboard that displays real time and trend information across projects.
Borland said that TeamInspector helps minimize the risk of release failure by continuously monitoring the code and core assets of any software system across a multi-project portfolio, delivering the results in a single dashboard.
David Wilby, vice president of product strategy at Borland, said: TeamInspector provides visibility into the quality of a software organization’s output through metrics that tell the real story – whether the code is solid, has been adequately tested, was built to standard, and is maintainable. TeamInspector brings a more systematic, fact-based approach to verifying that a software release is ready to deploy.