Topic: uat

Exploratory Testing for UAT

An informal survey of DevOps teams finds that the vast majority of enterprises only have bandwidth for some form of manual testing and do not have the skilled resources required for full test automation. Most companies do not even conduct a formal cycle for user acceptance testing (UAT). They conduct informal manual testing by business … continue reading

Engineering practices that advance testing

Testing practices are shifting left and right, shaping the way software engineering is done. In addition to the many types of tests described in this Deeper Look, test-driven development (TDD), progressive engineering and chaos engineering are also considered testing today. TDD TDD has become popular with Agile and DevOps teams because it saves time. Tests … continue reading

There’s more to testing than simply testing

Rapid innovation and the digitalization of everything is increasing application complexity and the complexity of environments in which applications run. While there’s an increasing emphasis on continuous testing as more DevOps teams embrace CI/CD, some organizations are still disproportionately focused on functional testing. “Just because it works doesn’t mean it’s a good experience,” said Thomas … continue reading Protection Status