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Enerjy CQ2™
Visibility for a quality-driven Java development process

Today’s business applications are measured in millions of lines of code—not just thousands. As a result, it is more important than ever to build the quality into a Java application from the start, rather than trying to track down bugs later. When code quality starts to slip, deadlines are missed, maintenance time increases, and return on investment is lost.

Existing tools in the marketplace often provide raw data for components that make up the development process. However, this data is rarely consolidated into one place and does not identify individual developer’s out put and behavioral trends. (see Figure 1)

Enerjy CQ2 technology provides visibility into a quality-driven development process to aid development teams in delivering projects to specification with reduced coding errors by the required target date.

Development managers can now optimize the performance of their development team, thus minimizing time wasted on avoidable rework, on tracking down bugs, and in lengthy code reviews. Development teams can quantify and improve application quality at the beginning of the development process where it is easier and more cost-effective to address problems.

Enerjy CQ2 Features:
Complete visibility of the Java application development process Integrated reporting system empowers you to view quality metrics:

  • Quality of the project as a whole
  • Quality of each team and groups of developers
  • Quality of individual developer’s work
Report metrics to help you discover:
  • Unit testing results
  • Code coverage percentages
  • Best practices and compliance to coding standards
  • Overall activity
Alerts to standards and coding violations enabling you to take corrective action
Configured Software: Enerjy CQ2 provides a turnkey solution including: Discovery / Recommendation / Installation / Implementation / Training

Enerjy CQ2™

Key Benefits

Enerjy CQ2 Benefits:
Reduce the likelihood of software errors and bugs in code:

  • Identify problems before a project enters into production
  • Ensure that all code is exercised through testing
  • Enforce coding standards
Pinpoint actionable steps that assure project success:
  • Early identification and action items to address the progress and behaviors of individual team members
Reduce high ongoing maintenance costs
  • Maintenance, such as adding new features, will take less time because code that is written to standard with thorough unit tests is easier to comprehend and extend
Ensure productivity of team and meet project deadlines:
  • Receive a singular report containing action items for improved team management
  • Continuously enforce testing and standards compliance throughout entire development phase
Manage remote / distributed teams
  • Monitor the productivity and progress of development teams in various geographical locations and raise all developers to code at the same standards
Self-audit and correction
  • Developers can review and correct errors and code quality problems before handing code over to management for review

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