Tal Levi Joseph

Head of Product Management, Application Lifecycle Management Portfolio, Micro Focus

Sponsored by Micro Focus

From Screaming to Streaming: Agile & ALM

Digital transformation changes the way people do business, and accelerates the delivery of high-quality, innovative solutions that delight customers and outpace competitors. This shift puts greater emphasis on business value over individual releases, and connecting and measuring end-to-end activities. Join Tal Levi Joseph for an interactive session that illustrates common “screaming” moments and how the Micro Focus Lifecycle and Product Management portfolio converts them to “streaming” activities. During the presentation, you’ll gain insight into application delivery trends, how to align value streams with strategy, and the integrated roadmap across the Micro Focus Lifecycle, Project and Portfolio, Requirements, Source Code, Functional Testing, Performance Testing and Release Management solutions.

About Tal Levi Joseph
Tal Levi Joesph leads the product management team for the Application Lifecycle Management portfolio within Micro Focus. With over a decade of experience running Quality Assurance, customer success and development teams, Tal melds her real-world experience and customer insights to drive a portfolio strategy that fuels greater intelligence and integration. Prior to this role, Tal was responsible for running the Application Delivery Management Research and Development organisation. She holds a bachelor’s degree in computer science from the Ben-Gurion University of the Negev in Israel.

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