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  • Reliability Engineering: Benefits & Fundamental Tools For every organization, it is very important to perform quality product development activities within a given time span. In the quality management process, this rule is applied to every process to ensure that it performs its regular function within a give time frame. This is called functional reliability and application ...
  • Exploring the pros and cons of moving to microservices For many organizations, the conversation around Microservices goes ‘to do or not to do…that is the question’. Some wonder, why fix something that may not be broken? As the world becomes increasingly application-driven, software companies have to look at the challenges that monolithic applications present.  Be it low developer productivity owing ...
  • Testing and Test Automation Considerations in Kubernetes As Agile and DevOps adoption get more and more widespread, organizations are moving away from specialized roles onto cross-functional teams. Apart from fueling seamless collaboration round-the-clock, these teams also expect cross-functional sharing of specialized tools that can be used across the development organization. Kubernetes offers such teams several automated capabilities, ...
  • Can Low-code and No-code Work in Enterprise Product Development? The software development world has come a long way. From software developers using the traditional Waterfall methodology to develop code from a single location to highly dispersed teams of today that leverage concepts like Agile, DevOps, Kubernetes, and AI to build cutting-edge software products. And now, with low-code and no-code ...
  • Using open source in software products – why and why not? When open-source components were first used in software products, they started off as a silent rebellion or, perhaps, an option for product developers to release faster and save money while doing so. It was as if the developer community rose to the occasion, collaborated and software products that included open-source ...
  • Why DevOps Has Made Reliability Engineering Essential
  • Join us, as we Wade into the React v/s Angular Debate
  • What 2020 will Bring to the World of Software Testing We spent USD 3.76 trillion on IT in 2019, and are projected to increase that to USD 3.87 trillion in 2020, according to Gartner. As rigorously as we are developing technology solutions, we are looking at newer ways to test them to ensure robustness in our products, apps, and systems. ...
  • How the Quest for a Winning Customer Experience is Transforming Web Application Development There’s a reason why Amazon is the eCommerce giant it is and it’s not the unrivaled product portfolio. Amazon has always been laser-focused on what the customer wants. Amazon’s strong growth outlook has started with a focus on delivering an unmatched customer experience. Companies that earn $1 billion annually can ...
  • The 5 Types of Non-Functional Testing that Every Application Needs What’s the cost of poor software quality? The total cost of poor-quality software was $2.84 trillion for the United States in 2018. Research from Cambridge University’s Judge Business School showed organizations spending more than $300 billion debugging software. A 2015 Parasoft research shows that the stock price for companies “experiencing ...

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