HP ALM 11.52 Patch 1 (TD4QC_00350), for ALM 11.52, is a non-critical patch which addresses known defects in 11.52 and includes new environment support.
HP ALM Service Pack 11.52 (TD4QC_00333), which applies to HP ALM 11.50, is a non-critical patch which includes new features, product enhancements, updates to existing features, and addresses known defects and performance issues in version 11.50.
The client-side system requirements for HP ALM 11.5, HP ALM 11.5 Essentials and HP Quality Center Enterprise 11.5 are outlined in this article, including the minimum hardware requirements, software and OS requirements, supported virtual environments, supported web browsers and Microsoft Office compatibility.
The server-side system requirements for HP ALM 11.5, HP ALM 11.5 Essentials and HP Quality Center Enterprise 11.5 are outlined in this article, including the minimum hardware requirements, recommended environment configurations, supported operating systems, database servers, application servers, web servers and virtual environments.
This article outlines a high level overview of the new features in ALM 11.5, including a reference to the HP’s official documentation on Whats New in HP ALM (Application Lifecycle Management) 11.5.
During HP Discover, HP announced on June 5th, 2012 the official release of HP Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) 11.5 (formerly known as Quality Center). Let’s take a look at the new ALM 11.5 installation steps for a single server Windows Server 2008 R2 deployment.
One “feature” in HP’s Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) and Quality Center relating to the Defects module is the ability to add multiple defects without ever closing the “New Defect” window, and to resume populating a new defect after the “Close” button is clicked.