Topic: testing

Four core elements of developer-centric SAST

Doing testing early and doing it often is essential in modern software development because it emphasizes the need to integrate software security testing throughout the SDLC. With the evolution of DevSecOps, where speed is vital to software deployment and delivery, it’s important to achieve continuous software assurance to give developers and organizations the confidence that … continue reading

Testing in DevOps

Testing in DevOps is as much about the people that are behind the tools as it is about the tools themselves. When they work in synchrony, organizations can see major benefits in the quality of their applications and software development life cycle processes.  A recent report called The Role of Testing in a DevOps Environment … continue reading

A guide to testing tools for use in DevOps environments

The following is a listing of testing tool providers for DevOps environments, along with a brief description of their offerings.  Applitools is built to test all the elements that appear on a screen with a single line of code. Using Applitools’ Visual AI, you can automatically verify that your web or mobile app both functions … continue reading

How these companies help organizations test applications in DevOps environments

We asked these tool providers to share more information on how their solutions help organizations test applications in their DevOps environments. Their responses are below. Gil Sever, co-founder and CEO of Applitools Modern software development teams are rapidly delivering innovation to market through more frequent and shorter release cycles, but they struggle to fully test … continue reading

OutSystems making it easy to scale applications with preview of Project Neo

OutSystems has launched a preview of Project Neo, the codename of a platform that combines dynamic scaling cloud architecture and modern CI/CD practices with a low-code environment. “OutSystems is breaking the boundaries of traditional software development. With Project Neo, we’ve architected a platform that allows any development team to build any app at internet scale,” … continue reading

Test management in an agile reality

Successful product testing today requires development teams to always keep in mind how each change is benefitting the business and how it is going to solve the customer’s problem.  This is according to Brijesh Deb, a test consultant at Infosys Netherlands, in the latest SD Times Live! exclusive webinar, “Test Management in an Agile Reality.” … continue reading

Improve your mobile QA practices to improve your user experience

Over half of website traffic comes from mobile devices, so ensuring that web applications are high quality and free of visual bugs is crucial in order to deliver the best user experience.  But QA teams face a big challenge when it comes to testing mobile devices: the number of different devices out there. Not only … continue reading

The future of testing is DevOps speed with managed risk

Just as big data transformed the way organizations approach intelligence and cloud transformed the way they think about infrastructure, DevOps is fundamentally altering the way organizations think about software development. In a DevOps world, software development is no longer a balancing act between speed and quality but a quest for both, as forward-thinking development teams … continue reading

The road to fully autonomous testing

I’m often asked if and when fully autonomous testing could become a reality. That’s a topic I love to discuss. But, before delving into that, let’s take a closer look at the two words that make up that term.  Autonomous, meaning “without human intervention,” is pretty simple. Testing is more difficult because the investigative, inquisitive … continue reading

Why hide testing from development?

The current meta-trend of hidden software testing — in which much of software testing gets pushed to shift-right, post-production validation — led me here. I’ve spent most of my life working with technology firms where testing was an unassailable virtue, and therefore, the concept of testing was constantly encouraged. Now, it seems like many companies … continue reading

Software test automation for the survival of business

In this two part series, we explore the two sides of testing: automated and manual. In this article, we examine why automated testing should be done. To read the other side of the argument, go here.  In today’s business environment, stakeholders rely on their enterprise applications to work quickly and efficiently, with absolutely no downtime. … continue reading

Software is designed for humans: it should be tested by humans

In this two part series, we explore the two sides of testing: automated and manual. In this article, we examine why manual testing should be done. To read the other side of the argument, go here.  In the sprint to keep a competitive edge during digital transformation, organizations are optimizing and updating how they build … continue reading

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