The Pacific NorthWest Software Quality Conference (PNSQC) wants you to come and share your knowledge and experience on October 8-10 2018 in Portland, Oregon. We want to hear about your journey growing quality software: share your software testing techniques, automation awareness, preferred processes, souped up security measures, performance passions and more! You have until April 1 to submit a technical paper of what you would like to present in October at PNSQC.
DevOps is based on continuous delivery and anything that breaks the continuity is a bottleneck. While Agile and DevOps have become common terms in Development and Testing organizations, manual build and deployment processes are still causing problems along with integration and testing.
The management of test environments is an area mostly neglected in software development projects. In this article, Niall Crawford discusses the basic requirements of test environment management and explains the benefits this activity provides.
The evolution of software from a simple application running in an isolated system to a multi-node solution in a network and now to geographically distributed cloud solution with hundreds or thousands of nodes, has brought about its own challenges in terms of testing. Testing strategies which works well in one model is not really applicable to others. While many of the tests for a cloud hosted solution can be done by replicating a subset of the actual production environment, some test to be effective need a production like environment.