Rally Software

(formerly CA Agile Central)

Rally is an enterprise-class platform that’s purpose-built for scaling agile development practices.

Rally Software (almsuit)
Full NameRally Software
Short NameRally
CompanyBroadcom Inc.
Snippet from Wikipedia: CA Technologies

CA Technologies, formerly known as CA, Inc. and Computer Associates International, Inc., is an American multinational corporation headquartered in New York City. Since November 5, 2018, the company has been a subsidiary of Broadcom Inc.

Prior to the Broadcom acquisition, CA was ranked as one of the largest independent software corporations in the world. The company acquired systems software and applications software that run in mainframe (IBM Z), distributed computing, virtual machine, cloud computing environments, mobile devices and the Internet of Things ("IoT").

The company had been a provider of anti-virus and Internet security commercial software programs for personal computers. Today, it is primarily known for its business-to-business (B2B) software with a product portfolio focused on Agile software development, DevOps and computer security software spanning across a wide range of environments such as mainframe, distributed computing, cloud computing and mobile devices. CA Technologies states that its computer software products are used by "a majority of the Fortune Global 500 companies, government organizations, educational institutions, and thousands of other companies in diverse industries worldwide."

CA Technologies maintains offices in more than 40 countries and employs approximately 11,300 people. CA holds more than 1,500 patents worldwide, and has more than 900 patent applications pending. It was headquartered on Long Island for most of its history, at first Jericho, NY and Garden City in Nassau County, then Suffolk County for 22 years in Islandia before moving to Manhattan in June 2014. It was once the second-largest software company in the United States.

The company avoided indictment for involvement in the 35 day month accounting scandal by reaching a deferred-prosecution agreement with the government in 2004 in which it agreed to pay $225 million in shareholder restitution.

The company markets nearly 200 software products. Some of the best known are ACF2 (security), TopSecret (security), Datacom (database), Easytrieve (report generator), IDMS (database), InterTest (debugging), Librarian, Panvalet (library management), and TLMS (tape library management).