Topic: continuous testing

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

Tools of the continuous testing trade

Testing has always required tools to be effective. However, the tools continue to evolve with many of them becoming faster, more intelligent and easier to use. Continuous testing (CT) necessarily recognizes the importance of testing throughout the software delivery life cycle. However, given the rapid pace of CT, tests need to run in parallel with … continue reading

Who owns continuous testing?

Continuous testing (CT) has been the missing piece of the Continuous Integration/Continuous Delivery (CI/CD) movement, but that’s changing out of necessity. While organizations say they’re “delivering value to customers” at an ever-accelerating pace, customers may disagree with the definition of “value” when software quality doesn’t keep pace. In fact, software quality may actually decrease as … continue reading

Continuous testing at every step

Continuous integration (CI), continuous testing (CT) and continuous delivery (CD) should go hand-in-hand, but CT is still missing from the CI/CD workflow in most organizations. As a result, software teams eventually reach an impasse when they attempt to accelerate release cycles further with CI/CD. What they need to get to from both a mindset and … continue reading

Sauce Labs report: Most companies fail to meet continuous testing benchmarks

Sauce Labs published its first report that analyzes how companies measure up to benchmarks of four key continuous testing pillars. The company also announced its acquisition of Screener and availability of Sauce Headless. The Continuous Testing Benchmark Report was based on user data from the company’s continuous testing cloud between June and December of last … continue reading

Century-old company prioritizes continuous testing

Companies in just about every industry are being disrupted by digital natives. To stay competitive, old companies must adapt, which can be a painful transformation. Moving to Agile is tough enough. Now, more businesses have adopted DevOps, continuous integration (CI) and continuous deployment (CD), albeit at different speeds. Software testing at Lincoln Financial Group is … continue reading

Why continuous testing is so important

Organizations continue to modernize their software development and delivery practices to minimize the impact of business disruption and stay competitive. Many of them have adopted continuous integration (CI) and continuous delivery (CD), but continuous testing (CT) tends to be missing. When CT is absent, software delivery speed and code quality suffer. In short, CT is … continue reading

Continuous testing demands holistic training

Modern software organizations have two core goals: first, be responsive to customers and preemptively fix issues quickly and second, deliver the capabilities customers want, faster and/or better than the competition. If developers and testers are joined at the hip, it’s easier to achieve these goals. With release cycles getting faster all the time and customer … continue reading

premium Continuous testing for DevOps: Is it all just a bunch of hype?

Almost exactly one year ago, Forrester confidently predicted that 2018 would be “the year of Enterprise DevOps.” The blog, authored by the late Robert Stroud, began: DevOps has reached “Escape Velocity.” The questions and discussions with clients have shifted from “What is DevOps?” to “How do I implement at scale?” Continuous testing is not far … continue reading

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