Monthly archive for October 2014

Using Emails for Test Results

Introduction Software Testers are accustomed to working in fast-paced projects, and we rarely have enough time to provide feedback and reporting to the fullest extent. Given the short attention span of people trying to do so much in less time, our reporting of test results needs to

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Digital Signature Authentication and Workflow: The Orasi Digital Authenticator

From the healthcare industry to financial services, an increasing number of firms are finding themselves subject to regulatory compliance in their software development and testing processes. If anyone makes a testing- or quality-related change to a software build, such as correcting a defect or eliminating an error,

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Understanding Performance of PayPal as a Service (PPAAS)

By Steve Sturtevant, Sales Engineer at AppDynamics In a previous post – Agile Performance Testing – Proactively Managing Performance – I discussed some of the challenges faced in managing a successful performance engineering practices in an Agile development model.  Let’s continue this with a real world example,

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Agile Performance Testing – Proactively Managing Performance

Just in case you haven’t heard, Waterfall is out and Agile is in.  For organizations that thrive on innovation, successful agile development and continuous deployment processes are paramount to reducing go to market time, fast tracking product enhancements and quickly resolving defects. Executed successfully, with the right

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CloudTest – Anything is po-ssh-ible with Java

The need for a POC I came across a situation where I needed to time an SSH call to a UNIX server and wanted to see if CloudTest was a viable option to perform this testing. SOASTA CloudTest gives you the capability to run Java code within

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