Companies embrace Agile development to increase collaboration and cut the time it takes to develop new software. But many companies face a sobering truth: Even with Agile, it still can take eight to 10 weeks for a developed feature to make it to production. Is this truly Agile? DevOps promises rapid delivery with increased reliability, however, DevOps isn’t the silver bullet. It needs help to fulfill its potential.
Agility and DevOps are transforming traditional SDLCs, forcing organizations to adapt. Leaders realize that realigning the people, processes and tools involved in quality assurance and test are required to deliver maximum business value.
A case study on how a major insurance company partnered with SQA to improve their performance management discipline.
Achieving Effective APM, part 4 of a 4-part series | Roadblock #4 | Treating Performance as a One-Time Act
Achieving Effective APM, part 3 of a 4-part series | Roadblock #3 | Lack of Actionable Performance Data
Achieving Effective APM, part 2 of a 4-part series | Roadblock #2 | Absence of Clear Performance Ownership
When done right, application performance management (APM) gives companies increased visibility that reduces risk, enables better decision-making and provides peace of mind.
In recent years, SQA has found many manual testers are hesitant of the industry shift toward test automation, fearing it will eventually put them out of a job…
While an increasing number of companies are successfully implementing DevOps methodology, there are still pervasive misconceptions about DevOps…
IT organizations across the globe are embracing a DevOps approach, allowing companies big and small to deliver software with unprecedented frequency, reliability and stability. Learn the essentials to help your team maximize this methodology to your advantage.