Buyers Guide

A guide to UI testing solutions

HCL OneTest supports a DevOps testing approach with UI testing, API testing, Performance testing, data fabrication, and service Virtualization. The solution is designed to automate and run tests early and more frequently to discover errors faster. Recent additions to the HCL OneTest platform use cloud native technologies to offer users a solution that is both … continue reading

How does your company help facilitate UI testing?

Ashish Mathur, director and architect of testing products at HCL Software, a division of HCL Technologies Traditionally, UI layer testing has been mainly manual due to the brittle nature of typical automated UI testing tools. However, HCL OneTest UI delivers a much more robust test automation platform with both the Script Assure technology as well … continue reading

The upside and downsides to Selenium

Selenium is one of the most popular UI testing frameworks out there because it is open source, easy to use and has a lot of community support. According to Max Saperstone, director of software test automation at consulting company Coveros, because there are many large enterprises and businesses that have adopted it, it is proven … continue reading

How to solve your UI testing problems

Enterprises want to deliver software fast in order to keep up with market demands and stay competitive, but at the end of the day it doesn’t matter how fast they deliver software if it’s not pleasing to the end user.  “Users are the ones who are going to be interacting with your application, so you … continue reading

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Legacy app modernization is not a slash and burn process

Legacy application modernization may mean different things to different people. But whether that means updating practices surrounding mainframes, adopting Agile and DevOps practices or updating to modern databases, legacy app modernization is necessary to keep pace with modern industry demands.  “Legacy modernization at large means that you take advantage of enhanced operational agility and accelerated … continue reading

A guide to APM solutions

Plumbr: Plumbr is a modern monitoring solution designed to be used in microservice-ready environments. Using Plumbr, engineering teams can govern microservice application quality by using data from web application performance monitoring. Plumbr unifies the data from infrastructure, applications, and clients to expose the experience of a user. This makes it possible to discover, verify, fix … continue reading

How these companies can help you monitor your applications

Daniella Pontes, senior product marketing manage of InfluxData: InfluxDB time series database offers a platform where today’s highly complex application environments (ephemeral containers, distributed apps in hybrid and multi-cloud, mobile applications, expanding APIs and such) can be effectively monitored. InfluxDB provides a scalable time series store that ingests data types (application metrics, logs, tracing and … continue reading

APMs are more important than ever for microservice-based architectures

Application performance management (APM) solutions need to adapt now that the age of monolithic applications has evolved into microservice-based architectures, which are innately distributed and complex and therefore harder to monitor.  Collecting vast troves of data on how apps are performing is no longer enough, and APM providers have been adding new ways to analyze … continue reading

A guide to API management solutions

Red Hat 3scale API Management is an award winning platform that gives control, visibility and flexibility to organizations seeking to create and deploy an API program. It features comprehensive security, monetization, rate limiting, and community features that businesses seek backed by Red Hat’s solid scalability and performance. RELATED CONTENT:  The next wave of API management … continue reading

What should you look for in an API management solution?

A common mistake organizations look for when evaluating API management solutions is whether or not it has monetization abilities, according to Kevin Matheny, a senior director analyst for Gartner technical professionals.  “Very few organizations I speak to are actually directly monetizing their APIs. If you are not going to do that, or don’t have a … continue reading

The next wave of API management

Modern-day software development has made APIs more important than ever. Whether it is microservices, Agile or digital transformation, developers need APIs to connect data, apps and devices. In order to be able to deploy, manage, and run all the APIs necessary for their solutions, they implement API management strategies to make sure everything goes smoothly.  … continue reading

SD Times Blog: We have DevOps, and DevSecOps… Why not DevTestOps?

DevOps had become a thing by then, and I asked Tom Lounibos, then the CEO of SOASTA, what he thought of the term DevTestOps.  “DevTestOps. DTO. I kind of like the speed element to it,” he said. “It sounds like a Camaro in the ‘70s.” RELATED CONTENT: Testing all the time How does your solution … continue reading

A guide to continuous testing tools

Mobile Labs: Mobile Labs remains the leading supplier of in-house mobile device clouds that connect remote, shared devices to Global 2000 mobile web, gaming, and app engineering teams. Its patented GigaFox is offered on-premises or hosted, and solves mobile device sharing and management challenges during development, debugging, manual testing, and automated testing. A pre-installed and … continue reading

How does your solution help organizations find success with continuous testing?

Eran Kinsbruner, mobile technical evangelist, Perfecto Perfecto has been playing in this space of software test automation and continuous testing for more than 12 years now, and we have seen so many different organizations of varied maturity levels struggling with continuous testing and just straight test automation. So what we’ve decided in the last year … continue reading

Testing all the time

Continuous testing marks the evolution of software testing to where it can keep up with the rapid pace of development, while adapting to new software architectures and development methodologies such as DevOps and Agile. Relying on automated test execution as a cornerstone, continuous testing is the embodiment of the “shift left” craze sweeping the industry. … continue reading

Why do the same vulnerabilities keep showing up?

When Jeff Williams, co-founder and CTO of Contrast Security, created the OWASP Top Ten list, first published in 2003, he was proud of the work done; but now more than a decade later, Williams expresses disappointment in the unchanged list.  RELATED CONTENT: For effective DevSecOps, shift left AND extend right “My thought at the time … continue reading

A guide to DevSecOps offerings

Contrast Software Contrast Assess produces accurate results without dependence on application security experts, using deep security instrumentation to analyze code in real time from within the application. It scales because it instruments application security into each application, delivering vulnerability assessment across an entire application portfolio. Contrast Assess integrates seamlessly into the software lifecycle and into … continue reading

What does Contrast bring to the table and address DevSecOps in your solution?

Jeff Williams, co-founder and CTO, Contrast Security: Contrast is an integration platform for application security. We use an instrumentation-based approach, so we work from inside the running application layer. From there, we support the entire software life cycle with three things. The first thing is, we help identify vulnerabilities. Typically you want them to be … continue reading

For effective DevSecOps, shift left AND extend right

DevSecOps has come to be known by many as the shifting left of security, making it a key part of software development while code is being written, as opposed to trying to put security onto the application after it’s completed. This follows the trends of DevOps, which moved operational considerations for applications into development, as … continue reading

Creating a value stream map

Have you ever tried to explain to someone new to your hometown how to get to your favorite restaurant? Doing that verbatim is quite challenging, using a map helps you point to and show what you are talking about. You can point to where to make that left turn, after the right turn at the … continue reading

A guide to VSM tools

The CloudBees Suite builds on emerging DevOps practices and continuous integration (CI) and continuous delivery (CD) automation by adding a layer of governance, visibility and insights necessary to achieve optimum efficiency and control new risks. Since every company in the world is now a software company, this new automated software delivery system is becoming the … continue reading

Losing command and control…and living with it!

There’s a saying that goes, “Developers don’t want to miss the boat, and operations don’t want to sink the ship.” But for organizations to create value streams to observe their operations and eliminate waste while driving efficiencies, they might have to yield some control. ConnectALL’s Lance Knight recalled his time as a Novell network administrator, … continue reading

How does your solution help organizations on their value stream journey?

Alex Tacho, director of product management, CloudBees CloudBees DevOptics solves the challenges of measuring and managing DevOps results by being the only solution purpose-built to provide visibility into collaborative delivery and DevOps performance. CloudBees DevOptics lets you map and visualize end-to-end software value streams with actionable insights to measure, manage and optimize software delivery across … continue reading

Gently down the value stream

Value stream has become a part of the application development lexicon, having first gained uptake as a manufacturing exercise and now being applied to the process of delivering value to customers through software. It’s been evaluated by analysts and increasingly written about in the industry press — including the SD Times Jan. 1 cover declaring … continue reading

Drive More Data Warehouse Insights

Data warehousing is one of the core sources of enterprise information, but most organizations are still unable to unlock the potential value of their investments. For one thing, traditional data warehouses require significant domain experience and manually-configured rules to enable the extraction of useful data. Modern data warehouses add machine learning, AI and deep learning … continue reading

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