New reference guide for DevOps teams is out
|Richard Harris in Application Testing Thursday, March 8, 2018|
DevOps cross-platform testing guide has been released to give users information on its many factors.
FACTORS is a reference guide for DevOps teams to determine which platforms to test on. Its prescriptive methodology offers guidance in two areas: first, selecting the right platforms to test on and then second, how to apply an execution strategy during testing with the right set of platforms at each stage in the development cycle. This enables them to deliver consistent user experience and assure quality while accelerating velocity.
Enterprises are quickly becoming software companies and digital apps are the leading engagement point. Delivering a consistent user experience across all digital channels is now mission critical. However, organizations are struggling to keep pace with the constant change of mobile and web technologies. The fast adoption of responsive website design eased delivering a consistent experience across mobile devices and desktop browsers. Today, the emerging Progressive Web Application (PWA) will introduce better performance and app-like capabilities to websites but introduce new challenges for validating quality. To deliver flawless user experiences, teams need a proven cross-platform testing strategy.
“Customers have an ever-expanding set of platform options to engage with their favorite brands. Too frequently, we see enterprise development teams struggle to balance achieving velocity and quality in this fast-changing market,” said Roi Carmel, Chief Marketing and Corporate Strategy Officer at Perfecto. “This newest edition of FACTORS helps global brands deliver innovation faster by executing their Continuous Testing process with the right coverage in each phase of the DevOps pipeline. This is key to moving faster while maximizing cross platform / browser test coverage.”
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