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Cloud computing has become an important part of digital transformation as it provides the users multiple advantages in terms of reduced infrastructure costs, pay per use pricing, scalability, faster time to market, etc. Basically, it turns the capital expenditure into operational expenditure.As enterprises look to transform their application environment to attain greater agility, faster innovation, richer functionality, and lower costs, applications grow increasingly complex, and the impact of application failure and downtime rises. However, the Software as a Service (SaaS) model reduces these barriers to entry by leveraging the business benefits of the cloud to enable application lifecycle management (ALM) teams to focus on their core competencies. We will continue to use the term ALM for HP Application lifecycle management tool, though this paper.
QA organizations have started to leverage this growing trend and have created solutions for validation SaaS (Software as a Service application). Application migration to cloud provides organizations high flexibility but it also brings in various performance specific challenges which should be focus areas while testing using ALM on cloud.This paper takes you through the ALM on cloud applications .The paper would benefit the consumers exploring the idea of adopting the cloud services and/or Test management tool ALM.