IBM to Attune Quality Tools on Open-Source Hyades
Saying that poorly made software costs enterprises more than $22 billion a year, the company's Rational division plans to standardize its automated software quality tools on an open-source platform.IBMs Rational division on Tuesday announced plans to standardize its automated software quality tools on an open-source platform, and the company also launched its new Continuously Ensure Quality (CEQ) initiative. IBM Corp.s Rational division, based in Lexington, Mass., said it is standardizing its testing tools on the Hyades open-source software quality platform. Hyades is a subset of the Eclipse open-source development platform. Meanwhile, IBM said its CEQ initiative will help customers address the issue of software quality and improve the process of crafting software. Company officials said poorly made software costs businesses and other organizations more than $22 billion a year.
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