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Continuous testing is in progress, but improvement of technical structure and team structure is essential for companies to gain competitive advantage
Cap Jemi Continuous testing is in progress, but improvements in technical and team structures are essential for companies to gain competitive advantage The latest report of Cap Gemini …………………………………………………………………………………………
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For many companies, new reports have revealed that quality assurance (QA) & testing has become the bottleneck for DevOps and continuous delivery practices. A fragmented test automation landscape is slowing the speed of continuous testing. Continual testing is becoming an integral part of the DevOps & Agile Development Ecosystem, with 58% of surveyed companies deploying new builds daily (26% at least every hour).
[March 11, 2019: From Paris]
Cap Gemini and its group company Sorgetti, working with Broadcom Inc.’s Enterprise Software Division, today released a new report on continuous testing. According to the report, the practice of continuous testing-a process of rapidly and effectively validating software releases in agile development with highly automated testing-is progressing in large companies, nearly 1/3 (32% The executives of) have answered that their IT department has “continuously implemented testing completely.” However, now that 58% of surveyed companies are developing new builds daily (at least 26% every hour), the report says: “Companies streamline the testing environment within the agile development ecosystem and continue Need to work on improving the effectiveness of environmental testing. ” For more information about Sorgetti, please visit www.sogeti.com/. See below for continuous testing. www.capgemini.com/continuoustesting?utm_source=pr&utm_medium=referral&utm_content=testing_none_none_pressrelease_none&utm_campaign=other_ctr2019 The report presents 500 senior-level IT executives in large and medium-sized enterprises (more than 1000 employees) in various industries including financial services, high technology, medical and life sciences, telecommunications, media and entertainment, manufacturing. Based on the results of the interview. The results of this survey are as follows. It is essential to exploit the potential of test automation This study emphasizes that there is an important scope for process optimization for continuous testing with technology. Automation is used only in 24% of test cases, only 24% of end-to-end business scenarios, and 25% of the automatic generation of required test data. The more automation you use, the faster your agile team’s testing efforts will be. For example, more than 1/3 (36%) of surveyed respondents say that they spend more than 50% of their testing time searching, managing, maintaining and generating test data. The report shows that every company needs to take meaningful action to meet the needs of its customers and the market. The report takes a large Australian bank with over 5,000 builds for over 100 applications as an example use case. The bank reduces build cycle time by 40%, improves time-to-market, and improves the environment by integrating and using a single platform with test and automation tools for automated build and deployment. The working hours of have been significantly increased. Needs smarter orchestration and enablement for testing In many companies, as multiple autonomous teams independently and independently automate, the QA & test automation approach has become extremely diverse and the landscape is out of control. According to the report, “To regain control, companies use clearer QA guidelines and smarter QA technology provision (technology provisioning) to achieve central quality realization elements, measures and activities common to multiple Agile teams. We need to improve our (enablement). ” One of the promising developments is to make the current test orchestration and test execution smarter using artificial intelligence (AI) technology that provides “smart” test orchestration. With the addition of machine learning capabilities, the system can automatically determine the tests needed for the release and production cycles. The report clearly showed the need for improved transparency and orchestration in agile testing. In executive surveys, 35% of the respondents identified the “full audit trail of test activity” and the “integrated test and release pipeline” as the most important test orchestration capabilities. In addition, 34% of the respondents emphasize the need for “a single place for team collaboration” and “visualization of a continuous delivery pipeline”. ” Most uncovering the challenges of the test environment is the lack of centralized centralized enablement of technology provisioning. Several teams spent a great deal of time getting their test environment. Forty percent of respondents say that “more than one team spends more than half the time working to build and maintain their test environment”. Mark Buenen, global leader in digital assurance & testing at the Cap Gemini group: “The next couple of years will be a critical time for continuous testing, because companies will create an agile development environment In order to achieve this, it is necessary to solve the dilemma of transitioning to a self-sustaining, self-sustaining team that is responsible for quality while strengthening centralized quality support and quality monitoring. “This report truly implements meaningful value metrics and quality dashboards as core focus areas for test automation, making it truly possible to deliver value to increasingly complex IT landscapes.” Expand the level of testing and make the test environment and test data provision smarter Clearly it shows that there is a necessity. ” Interdisciplinary teams across disciplines require new skills and support The role of developers and testers has evolved significantly over the past three to five years. According to the report, developers have a prominent role in shaping the user experience and are very close to customers. Testers, meanwhile, have moved away from siled teams and work in tandem with developers and business teams. In other words, testers are involved at a very early stage of the development life cycle. While the roles and responsibilities of developers and testers are vague, it is still important to have Agile teams focused on QA and testing experts. Such interdisciplinary teams create challenges as well as progress. The report also mentions this in detail. Interdisciplinary teams require each and every team member to have a comprehensive understanding of the entire process, and testers need to improve their own technical skills. In order to realize the full potential of continuous testing, companies need to address the requirements for skill-up and a new integration approach. Commenting on Ashok Reddy, Senior Vice President and General Manager, Broadcom Inc. “Continuous test automation accelerates software development by leveraging data and intelligence at the same pace as digital business It makes it possible to create high quality software, it will be difficult to take full advantage of Agile and DevOps without continuous test automation, “continues as IT and business leaders get closer New DevOps practices and techniques, such as automated testing processes, will begin to emerge in a very competitive market as a necessary tool to drive digital transformation. ” Please refer to the following site for the report. www.capgemini.com/continuoustesting?utm_source=pr&utm_medium=referral&utm_content=testing_none_none_pressrelease_none&utm_campaign=other_ctr2019 Survey method: The “Continuous Testing Report (Continuous Testing Report, hereinafter“ CTR Description ”)” combines research data and the contributions of domain experts into one, transforming the challenges and test practices in the age of Agile and DevOps Provides an overview of the potential approaches to The CTR is based on the opinion of the domain experts in Cap Gemini, Sorgetti, Broadcom. These opinions were supported by the results of a global survey of 500 senior IT decision makers in companies or public sectors in eight countries / regions.
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