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    1. Why DevOps Doesn’t Work for Enterprise Applications DevOps

      The term DevOps is well understood in the context of typical agile software development lifecycles. Organizations are combining containerization, release automation, and continuous integration platforms to build continuous delivery pipelines that deliver new functionality faster with better quality and less risk. The tools, methodologies, and organizational changes associated with the development and deployment of individual applications is well documented.

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    2. Crowdtesting: Overview of a Powerful QA Testing Tool DevOps

      Crowdsourcing in IT Crowdtesting (crowdsourced testing) has its roots in the Open Source movement, Mozilla being one of the most famous organizations built on crowdsourced testing and development. As organizations started to explore the potential of vast online communities contributing to various projects it was a logical step for the IT industry to also begin to draw on this new form of labor.

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    3. 5 Ways to Improve Collaboration Between Software Testers and Developers Agile

      Good communication, or the lack of it, can make or break a software project. Collaboration between QA and development teams is essential for ensuring the success of an Agile software project. Any software is bound to have bugs. A healthy relationship between QA and developers can help in finding and fixing these bugs quickly. With good collaboration and smart automation strategies, teams can successfully achieve greater speed and better quality in their software projects.

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    4. How to Make Service Virtualization a Reality for Testers DevOps

      The first time that most software testers hear the term “service virtualization,” they immediately think of server virtualization (i.e., VMware). Server virtualization is undeniably a valuable tool for creating and maintaining test environments, but service virtualization is something altogether different. Service virtualization is the simulation of interfaces — not the virtualization of systems.

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    5. 7 Changes Software Developers Need to Deal With in 2017 Agile

      Software developers need to get ready because the pressure in 2017 will be immense. Be it creating newer applications, adding features to the existing ones or extending applications beyond the restrictions— codes will see a renaissance in 2017— courtesy of strategic shifts and sharpened focus. Needless to say, software developers usually work with codes and often the faster versions of the same.

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    6. Are You Ready for Test Automation? DevOps

      When we think of Agile testing, we often think of the motto, “Test early and test often.” It’s a logical approach: The earlier you test, the more time you have to find and fix bugs. It’s far easier to fix a bug before you’ve released that version of your software than it is once a bug has become a full-blown defect . The more of these tests you are able to automate, the simpler life is for your testers.

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    7. Using Service Virtualization Instead of Depending on Others for API Testing Agile

      With the “season of giving” over, we move into the days of getting things done. One of the resolutions development and testing professionals should make for 2017 is to spend less time and money accessing third-party APIs. From retail to financial services to healthcare, organizations from different industries depend more and more on either public APIs, partners, or third-party providers.

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    8. Top 17 Tools Used in Software Development DevOps

      There are many options when it comes to which software or platform you decide to use for your daily tasks at work. I've decided to write a list of common software development tools that we use in our development department because I thought it would be helpful for everyone else out there. A new software takes a bit of time to adapt, get used to, and understand. We've all been in a situation where we’re not really satisfied and have to start all over again with another tool.

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    9. Why App Developers Should Use Mobile DevOps DevOps

      There have been lots of articles and discussion about how mobile DevOps practices can be adopted and integrated with existing processes, and even about how to make use of resources that are efficient and beneficial for the organization. On the contrary, there has been very little discussion about why mobile DevOps can make a difference to organizations striving to enable their IT, operations, and development to be well-integrated with business goals.

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    10. Rethinking Digital Transformation DevOps

      You’ve come across a lot of information that preaches the importance of delivering fast, such as Agile methodologies, Continuous Delivery , and so on. You’ve also heard a lot about the key business driver, digital transformation. The phrase is in vogue and there are a lot of ideas about what it entails. But amongst all the hullabaloo, what does this buzzword really mean? Do perceptions of digital transformation require reassessment?

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    11. The Benefits of Automated Test Management DevOps

      The world seems to accelerate daily. Consequently, companies are consistently challenged to improve and maintain the efficiency and quality of software products for the retention of consumer interest. Consistent reliability of software releases revolves around the nucleus of automated test management. At times, projects conduct testing that is insufficient to meet time constraints, thus limiting software quality with subsequent adverse effects on customer satisfaction and ultimately increasing expense with possible recalls and the retooling of releases. 

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    12. Key Ways to Achieve Profound Results with Agile Web Development Agile

      Developing a website is one of the most crucial assignments in a business-IT endeavor. Apart from offering the much-needed convenience to both existing and potential customers, it’s also a vital channel to build a long-lasting relationship with them. In turn, it helps in creating goodwill while fostering the brand’s image and credibility. However, most website and web application development projects do not end up delivering the product that is initially desired.

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