Mobile Labs’ deviceConnect gives enterprises new control over app quality; supports an efficient mobile DevOps culture
ALEXANDRIA, VA. and ATLANTA – June 22, 2015 – Mobile Labs, the leading supplier of secure mobile device clouds, is demonstrating its internal cloud-based mobile application testing platform, deviceConnect, at the Jenkins User Conference World Tour / U.S. East 2015 event, held this week in Alexandria, Va. Enterprises around the world rely on Mobile Labs’ deviceConnect to improve mobile application quality and support an efficient mobile DevOps culture.
Enterprises use deviceConnect to support mobile development, QA, support, and training engineers to gain efficiency in the application development process, in addition to discovering and correcting problems earlier in the lifecycle. As a result, a secure pool of high-performance devices is continuously available for concurrent, automated functional testing of builds as soon as they are produced, perfectly matching with the goals of Jenkins.
“A secure mobile device cloud empowers enterprises to use Agile engineering and to benefit from efficient mobile DevOps cultures, and deviceConnect integrates proven tools like Jenkins into the mobile development lifecycle,” said Don Addington, President and CEO of Mobile Labs. “Enterprises gain new control over app quality through continuous integration, continuous automated testing and automated deployments of mobile app builds to the right mobile devices for verification, testing and support.”
The Jenkins User Conference spotlights continuous integration and continuous delivery as best practices for enterprise software delivery. The conference attracts enterprise architects, build managers, developers, IT and QA managers, Jenkins developers, QA engineers, IT executives, and IT operations personnel who are interested in or currently using Jenkins.
“All of us in the community are the change agents in our respective organizations, championing continuous delivery and DevOps practices with all the latest technologies at our disposal,” said Kohsuke Kawaguchi, Jenkins founder and CTO at CloudBees. “Our attendees want to learn about best practices others in the Jenkins community are following, as well as how they are dealing with hot topics such as DevOps, workflow automation, scaling Jenkins within the enterprise and mobile application software delivery.”
In addition to events this week in Alexandria, Mobile Labs will be participating in remaining Jenkins User Conference World Tour 2015 events later this year, including Europe at the Hilton Metropole in London June 23-34, and U.S. West at the Santa Clara Convention Center September 2-3. Each event is expected to draw upwards of 1,000 attendees.
“We are proud to be participating in the Jenkins World Tour and welcome the opportunity to engage with Jenkins users and discuss how we can work together to accelerate mobile app development and improve mobile app quality,” said Addington.
About Mobile Labs
Mobile Labs provides enterprise-grade, next generation testing tools for mobile app testing, mobile device testing and mobile website testing. With a focus on security, agility and affordability, Mobile Labs’ delivers solutions to help enterprises deploy quality cross-platform mobile apps. The company’s on-premises device cloud, deviceConnect™, leverages patent-pending technology to provide highly secure access to and management of the entire inventory of test devices across major mobile platforms. Mobile Labs’ solutions provide support for both manual and automated testing on real mobile devices without jailbreaking or rooting. For more information, please visit www.mobilelabsinc.com.
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