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Continuous testing News
August 20, 2020
Snyk has introduced a new tool to help developers secure their infrastructure-as-code configurations. Accurics also upgraded its infrastructure-as-code security tool.
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Here's why testers and testing are such big parts of DevOps, and some ways to further incorporate testing for better software application development. Continue Reading
DevOps pipelines aren't just about CI/CD. Learn why continuous testing is a crucial piece of the puzzle, and how it ultimately results in cleaner code with fewer errors. Continue Reading
App dev teams face pressure to deliver software frequently and to a high-quality standard. Make QA an ongoing and teamwide effort to achieve these sometimes contradictory goals. Continue Reading
Evaluate Continuous testing Vendors & Products
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App deployment strategies such as rolling updates and blue/green environments help IT organizations manage change with minimal risk. See which strategy fits your application. Continue Reading
Before you select software testing tools, you need to know how to evaluate them. Explore trial versions, research the vendors and assess your organization's needs and capabilities. Continue Reading
This roundup of top automated functional testing tools, including Selenium, Micro Focus UFT and TestComplete, will guide you to pick the best choice for software testing needs. Continue Reading
Manage Continuous testing
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As software becomes entrenched in every aspect of the human experience, developers have an ethical responsibility to their customers. Continue Reading
It's time to eliminate the testing bottleneck. Perform tests early and late in the SDLC to keep software moving -- and cut down on defects. Continue Reading
Long tests and isolated QA grind app delivery to a crawl. In this episode of 'Test & Release,' author Eran Kinsbruner explains how DevOps cannot exist without continuous testing. Continue Reading