ALM 2.0: Getting Closer, But Not There Yet

June 19th, 2008
Mike Gilpin
and David D'Silva


The term ALM 2.0, which Forrester coined in 2006, refers to the next generation of tool support for application life-cycle management (ALM). In the past two years, vendors have made progress in moving from ALM 1.0 to ALM 2.0, but no vendor has yet develop

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