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DevOps

DevOps success starts with quality engineering

Studies show that DevOps adoption is still a moving target for the vast majority of software development teams, with just 11% reporting full DevOps maturity in 2022. Navigating this transition requires organization-wide metrics that help everyone understand their role. To that end, Google developed the DORA (DevOps Research and Assessment) metrics to give development teams … continue reading

premium AI-Powered Testing Tools: A Guide for Buyers

In this guide, you’ll learn how testing has evolved to incorporate AI and automation, how to do accessibility testing, a list of tools we recommend to get started, and more. … continue reading

Value stream management: The time is now

The last few years have posed numerous obstacles for companies. Ensuring the company has reliable supply chains is the top challenge, followed by collecting data and inefficient processes, according to a December 2022 research report from Broadcom. To meet these challenges, many organizations are turning to value stream management (VSM). VSM optimizes the entire process … continue reading

Quality engineering should be an enterprise-wide endeavor

Everyone, it seems, wants to shift all the steps required to produce and deliver quality, performant software to the left. The assumption is that by asking developers to take on a greater role in quality assurance and security, the cost to remediate problems is lowered by discovering those issues earlier.  The downside of this is … continue reading

Third-party dependencies open doors to attack

Remember when you were a teenager, and your parents would go away for the weekend, so you threw a party at your house for a few close friends, and then 500 people you don’t even know showed up? And then you wake up the next morning and realize someone took your mother’s gold necklace? That’s … continue reading

2023 SD Times 100

The SD Times 100 recognizes leaders in the industry across 10 different categories: APIs and Integrations Data and Database Management Value Stream Management Development Tools DevOps Tools Security Performance Monitoring Testing Innovation Leaders Low Code and Digital Transformation The list is determined by SD Times editors, based on the observations we have made over the … continue reading

KPI anti-patterns hinder business outcomes

When it comes to data-driven decision-making, quality control, goal alignment, and accountability, establishing and adhering to key performance indicators (KPIs) is the industry standard for creating and maintaining exceptional engineering teams.  Unfortunately, there are a few engineering KPI anti-patterns that reduce the organizations’ ability to understand how their performance relates to business outcomes. When teams … continue reading

premium SD Times May 2023

The May issue of SD Times is now available. This month’s issue includes a look at CI/CD pipelines, how tools are now crucial to implementing Agile, and whether AI can really be a developer.                               … continue reading

premium SD Times April 2023

The latest issue of SD Times is now available. This issue features a look at how blockchain fits into today’s enterprise, how tech professionals can survive a wave of layoffs, and why MFA adoption is lagging.                     … continue reading

Quality assurance assures great user experiences

The user experience has become critically important in today’s digital world, even as organizations struggle to align testing with the speed of delivery. Functional tests, performance tests and UI tests, among others, can reveal if an application isn’t behaving or performing as expected. But on their own, they can’t tell you if your user is … continue reading

Platform engineering brings consistency to tools, processes under one umbrella

When creating a platform engineering team, an important first step is the interview process. What do developers want and need? What works, and what doesn’t?  Sounds like what companies do when reaching out to customers about new rollouts, right? Well, it is, when you consider your development team as being customers of the platform. “Treat … continue reading

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