Accelerating Software Development for Large-Scale Real-Time Systems with Mitsubishi Electric and HPE Pointnext Services
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Mitsubishi Electric's software engineering department needed to cope with the increasingly sophisticated development of software solutions for large-scale real-time systems. The solutions were becoming larger and more complex, and their development lead time was getting shorter.
Mitsubishi Electric’s Kamakura
About The Customer
Mitsubishi Electric is a leading manufacturer of electrical and electronic equipment. Their software engineering department develops software solutions for large-scale real-time systems and embedded systems, such as satellites and ground control centers. They needed to modernize and polish their software development processes to keep up with the increasing complexity and shorter development lead time.
HPE Pointnext Services helped Mitsubishi Electric's software engineering department improve the speed and quality of software development by implementing a continuous integration and continuous software delivery pipeline. They used Red Hat OpenShift and operations support systems (OSS) to build software development and testing environments with excellent portability and reproducibility. They also automated testing processes and made use of container technologies.
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