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LogiGear Magazine June Testing in Continuous Delivery Issue 2017

LogiGear Magazine June Testing in Continuous Delivery Issue 2017

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Mega Trends in Testing: Continuous Delivery, Production Line and the Deployment Pipeline

DevOps may be the next big buzzword, but Test teams really need to focus on its little sister, Continuous Delivery

By Michael Hackett, LogiGear Corporation

If you pay attention to trends in software development—from the perspective of what some sophisticated teams are doing, what articles and books are being written, to conference topics, you may have noticed the tools being developed— there have been transformations in the past decade:

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Free Delivery: 5 Things Amazon Prime Taught Me About Deployment Automation

Eric Minick brilliantly demonstrates how automation works in Continuous Delivery using this real-world “case study”.

By Eric Minick, IBM

As a product manager at IBM working on our UrbanCode products, I think a lot about Continuous Delivery, how to do it and what it does for teams. Continuous Delivery techniques enable teams to deliver software faster and with less risk. The ideal in continuous delivery is for a developer to push a code change, and have that change rapidly built and tested. Minutes later, the code should either be rejected as having a rejection, or be available to be released into production. Needless to say, most teams are still working towards that ideal.

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Part 3 – Be a Part of the Solution! Share your Opinion in our Test Automation Survey

Take our survey on test automation!

By Janine Nguyen, LogiGear Corporation

Get ready! LogiGear has launched its 3rd survey in the State of Software Testing series and it covers Test Automation. At LogiGear, we want to provide you with the best tools and support for testing your applications. But we can only do it with your help. We’re seeking answers to important questions on various topics within the testing field.

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3 Ways to Get in Shape for Continuous Testing

Making the leap to CT is easier than you think— follow this guide to transform your testing process

By Alex Martins, CA Technologies

No pain, no gain! Achieving Continuous Testing shouldn’t take a “Hans and Franz” attitude. It should be painless, more like a natural progression from implementing certain practices over time.

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Introducing TestArchitect Team!

A tool empowering you to reach your automation success

By Janine Nguyen, LogiGear Corporation

In case you haven’t heard, earlier this month we launched TestArchitect Team, the new, free, test automation tool that empowers testers to achieve automation success.

 

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The Results of our Testing in Continuous Delivery Survey

This survey takes an in-depth look at teams that practice DevOps and compares it to teams that don’t practice DevOps.

By Michael Hackett, LogiGear Corporation

For 2017, LogiGear is conducting a 4-part survey to assess the state of the software testing practice as it stands today.

This is a 4-part series to mirror LogiGear Magazine’s issues this year.

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VIDEO SERIES: Testing in DevOps & Continuous Testing

By Michael Hackett, LogiGear Corporation

If you haven’t already caught a glimpse, we announced in January the Testing in DevOps and Continuous Testing videos series, available on YouTube!

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Infographic: The Continuous Delivery Pipeline

 And how it relates to software testing

By Christine  Paras, LogiGear Corporation

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Book review: Continuous Delivery by Jez Humble and David Farely

 

By Jez Humble and David Farley

By Bas Vodde, Odd-E

Continuous Delivery from Jez Humble and David Farley is an important contribution to the field of software development. It takes continuous integration to the logical conclusion and covers how to set up a continuous integration system, delving into everything from check-in to delivery to production. It doesn’t state you have to deliver directly in production, but it will explain how technically it is achievable to do that and what enormous benefits this brings to your organization.

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