Compuware Automation Interview Questions
- How do you handle Runtime Exception in JSP?
- What is IOC?
- Setter injection vs constructor injection.
- What is WSDL?.
- What is XML?.
Compuware is the only software company solely focused on mainframe innovation. We leverage Agile development and DevOps best practices to accelerate customer collaboration and deliver meaningful innovations every 90 days. Our modern mainframe solutions integrate into your cross-platform, enterprise-DevOps toolchain so you can fully leverage your high-value mainframe investments with agility.
You don’t have to maintain the status quo—siloed teams, slow processes, good-enough tools—and you don’t have to migrate your applications off a platform that has proven to be as nimble as any other platform in an ever-shifting digital landscape.
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As The Mainframe Software Company for the Next 50 Years, It empowers the world’s largest companies to advance their mainframe intellectual property to meet the demands of the digital economy. Our application development, testing and performance management software set the industry standard by enabling businesses to deliver high-quality applications more quickly, reliably and resource-efficiently.
Creating and maintaining multiple IMS development and test systems can be a slow, expensive and technically daunting task. Compuware COPE virtualizes IMS systems, enabling new development images of IMS to be available practically on demand, significantly reducing the delays and costs associated with creating completely new IMS subsystems for critical initiatives.
Mainframe applications provide essential back-end support for customer-facing technology. Mainframe application performance monitoring and analysis is key to reducing the time it takes to identify and fix performance problems and prevent elongated elapsed times for customers.
Strobe Compuware’s performance management and analysis solution for mainframe applications, lets performance analysts pinpoint application inefficiencies causing excessive CPU consumption and elongated elapsed times to reduce hardware and software costs.