Expanding nature of products, need for faster releases to market much ahead of competition, knee jerk or ad hoc reactions to newer revenue streams with products, ever increasing role of customer experience across newer channels of interaction, are all driving the need to scale up development and testing. With the increased adoption of DevOps, the… Continue reading 4 Rs for Scaling your testing? The first steps towards a rewarding engagement
DevOps is the preferred methodology for software development and release, with collaborating teams oriented towards faster delivery cycles augmented by early feedback. QA is a critical binding thread of DevOps practice, with early inclusion at the story definition stage. Adoption of a distributed model of QA had earlier been bumpy, however, the pandemic has evened… Continue reading Outsourcing QA in the world of DevOps – Best Practices for Dispersed (Distributed) QA teams
If you’ve ever wondered what can possibly go wrong’ after creating a foolproof app, think again. Democrats’ Iowa Caucus voting app is a case in point. The Iowa caucus post-mortem pointed towards a flawed software development process and insufficient testing. The enterprise software market is predicted to touch US$230,134.0m in 2021, and the revenue is… Continue reading Poor application performance can be fatal for your enterprise, avoid app degradation with application performance testing
The bandwidth Testing process simulates a low internet bandwidth connection and checks how your application behaves under desired network speed. Considering a scenario where a specific application’s home page always loads in milliseconds in office premises this may not be the case when an end-user with low network speed accesses the application. To enhance user… Continue reading Bandwidth testing for superior user experience – here’s how?
Why responsibility in testing? Consumers demand quality and expect more from products. The DevOps culture emphasizes the need for speed and scale of releases. As CI/CD crisscrosses with quality, it is vital to engage a human element in testing to foresee potential risks and think on behalf of the customer and the end-user. Trigent looks… Continue reading Responsible Testing – Human centricity in Testing
Quality at the heart of business performance “In 2020, the key expectation is fast, reliable, and trustworthy software.” * As businesses embrace the Agile/DevOps culture and the emphasis on CI/CD is growing, quality assurance is seen as a standalone task, limited to validating functionalities implemented. When QA and Testing is an afterthought in an Agile/DevOps… Continue reading Improve the quality of digital experiences with Performance Engineering
In part I of this blog series we spoke about Continuous Testing (CT), CI CD and that Test Automation is a key to its success, how to leverage test automation to enable coverage and speed. Let’s get an in-depth understanding of why it’s essential. Why Automation of Testing is Essential for CI CD Code analysis… Continue reading Accelerate CI/CD Pipeline Blog Series – Part II – Test Automation
Given its usefulness in software development, Agile methodologies have come to be embraced across the IT ecosystem to streamline processes, improve feedback, and accelerate innovation. Organizations now see DevOps as the next wave after Agile that enables Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery (CI/CD). While Agile helped streamline and automate the entire software delivery lifecycle, CI/CD… Continue reading Accelerate CI/CD Pipeline Blog Series – Part 1- Continuous Testing
GoodFirms consists of researched companies and their reviews from genuine, authorized service-buyers across the IT industry. Furthermore, the companies are examined on crucial parameters of Quality, Reliability, and Ability and ranked based on the same. This factor helps customers to choose and hire companies by bridging the gap between the two. They recently evaluated Trigent… Continue reading Trigent excels in delivering Digital Transformation Services: GoodFirms
Agile, in simple terms, is a principle of being open-minded and dynamically evolving with the changing needs of the world. Now, how to accelerate the agile process using Salesforce? Agile Accelerator is the answer. ***Before I go ahead, let us see how the whole world is now following Agile. For example, each country’s response to… Continue reading Getting to Know the Salesforce Agile Accelerator
The recent industry report estimated worldwide software failure costs to be USD 1.1 Trillion. A 2018 study by the Consortium for IT Software Quality maintained that for the US alone, the cost of defective software was USD 2.84 Trillion. These relative costs of fixing errors post a software release is unarguably higher than if they were… Continue reading Put The ‘Q’ Within Your DevOps
As a software tester, I have ensured that software products and applications function and perform as expected. My team has been at the forefront of using the latest tools and platforms to enable a minimal defect product for the market release. We are proud to have exceeded industry standards in terms of defect escape ratios.… Continue reading Responsible Testing in the Times of COVID
In a world where technology is creating on-demand and bespoke experiences, the insurance industry is ready for disruption. Characterized until now by lengthy and manual processes and limited offerings, the industry has been quick to burst out of its protective bubble by leveraging new-age technologies including Blockchain, Artificial Intelligence (AI), extended reality, and quantum computing.… Continue reading Why is Test Automation the Next Big Game-changer in the Insurance Industry?
Software testing professionals today are under immense pressure to make faster risk-based, go-live decisions, what with DevOps practices having shrunk the time to deliver test results. What was expected every two weeks is now expected umpteen times in a day. The job of a tester has also become more demanding due to increasing complexities in… Continue reading Can Machine Learning Power the Future of Software Testing?
We may not know who won the Iowa caucus – but we certainly know that a poorly tested smartphone app lost. This Monday, the Iowa caucus has nearly been rendered meaningless due to the Democratic party’s inability to reliably report and tally the results. While there have been reports that the overall caucus process and… Continue reading Poorly Tested App Crashes the Iowa Caucus