By implementing QA automation into your Continuous Integration pipeline you get:
Early detection of defects
Quick resolutions Continuous Integration (CI) is a practice that requires developers to integrate code into a shared repository continuously. Each check-in is verified by an automated build, which allows teams to detect problems early.
Blogs about Continuous Integration
3 Barriers to Continuous Delivery What is Continuous Delivery? Continuous delivery is a software engineering approach in which teams produce software in short cycles, ensuring that the software can be reliably released at any time. Sounds pretty great, right? New features can be added quickly, and there is always a
Planning Your Continuous Integration Roadmap In today’s IT ecosystems, you see a lot of development shops that want Automation and Continuous Integration (CI) and they want it NOW! A common pitfall of Test Automation is setting unrealistic objectives. How often have you heard, “Let’s automate everything!”. Test Automation is not
Benefits of Continuous Integration Trying to convince your team it’s time for continuous integration? We put together this infographic to show the benefits. There’s often some misunderstanding about how continuous delivery and continuous deployment work together. While continuous delivery is a software methodology that allows quality code to be produced
Software Waste and the Cost of Rework Cost hurts. Everyone can agree with that, but in all my years in IT, I’ve only come across one incident where the cost of software rework was actually calculated. A bank totaled the cost of automated re-testing at $1 million to $1.5 million