Tag: Continuous Testing

In the fast-paced world of software development, staying ahead of the curve is crucial. Continuous Testing, an integral part of the DevOps lifecycle, is evolving rapidly, and at the forefront of this evolution is the integration of Gen AI. Gen AI is not just a buzzword; it’s a game-changer, revolutionizing how we approach software testing.

AI-enabled software testing changes the game for testing teams and their leaders. Here are four best practices and an important tip for making the most of this unprecedentedly powerful automation technology. Best Practice #1: Segment test cases for human or AI creation. Identify the critical test cases that humans should write. Have test engineers write

Testing and the CI/CD Process In the post, Continuous Testing: Required But Not Enough, our CTO Kevin Surace explored the necessity of Continuous Testing, but also its shortcomings. As he covered there, continuous testing requires a range of automated testing approaches, covering unit tests, API and integration tests, as well as more complete end-to-end tests.

The High Bar Set for Load Testing Today What are the criteria for a capable load testing tool that meets the needs of an app today, living in the Cloud, built with a microservices architecture, linking to external resource?  What should it include to ensure your dev team delivers a reliable, high-performance app that meets


With the growth and evolution of software, the need for effective testing has grown exponentially. Testing today’s applications requires an immense number of complex tasks, as well as a comprehensive understanding of the application’s architecture and functionality. A successful test team must have strong organizational skills to coordinate their efforts and time to ensure that

For the better part of 20 years, the e-commerce QA test industry has known that every one-second delay in response, they can lose up to half the page audience. Not because the user bought somewhere else, but because they became distracted. Today’s distractions are probably much higher than they were when those original studies were

Open Source Testing

The Current State of Open Source Test Automation Tools Open source automation tools such as Selenium have been the workhorses of QA automation for decades, especially for web apps. With the birth of open source in the 1990’s, there was an explosion of activity around the potential of open code to deliver high-value tooling that


Load and performance testing is something you can’t crowdsource, or shouldn’t anyway. After all, crowdsourced load testing would look a lot like DDoS, which is something SecOps wouldn’t appreciate. Nope, load testing is only feasible via automation, as Mercury Interactive showed twenty years ago with LoadRunner.   But, what about now? Well, Jeff Bezos made

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