Putting Quality First Through Continuous Testing

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The one thing that can make or break an organization in today’s competitive age is the Quality of the products it creates. To meet, and then beat the severe competition, every organization must be able to showcase excellence in their offerings and deliver quality, robust applications.

Delivering a Quality product implies delivering a product that provides the best performance according to users’ requirements, and is bug-free.
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Accelerating Time to Market through Next-Gen Test Automation

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Accelerating time to market has become the standard requirement for the organizations across all verticals and domains. With Agile and DevOps taking the center stage for the software development process, it is becoming very important to assure higher quality to the applications. Next-gen test automation can provide the necessary catalyst for the organizations looking to achieve their goals in the era of CI, CD and CT.
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Integrating Security into Continuous Testing

Integrating Security into Continuous Testing

All of us understand and accept the necessity to have adequate security testing for our applications. The question we will delve into here is “is it possible to automate security testing as part of an application’s continuous integration cycle? If so, what are the benefits of doing so?”

In an agile environment, it is common to have a continuous integration (CI) process in place to merge developer code into a common repository. Each code merge is then verified by an automated build process to detect code integration issues. CI makes the development process faster and drastically cuts down the time to market. But this rush does not bode well for security testing. It can leave vulnerabilities in the code undetected.
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