Ensuring that the developed software is free from any security issues is very important. Identifying potential vulnerabilities and resolving them is a challenging task. The growing developments in the software industry require the implementation of the best practices for effective security testing of the software.

The data environments are gradually growing to become bigger and bigger. According to the recent surveys, the compound annual data growth through the year 2020 will tend to be near about 50 percent per year. With the increasing amount of data, the data sources are also raising. And along with that, the need for businesses to unlock those data and use them for taking critical decisions is even raising.

The success of a website or application is dependent on its performance. This necessitates effective Performance Testing to ensure high performance. The speed, stability, and scalability are the key areas focused on performance testing. Measuring performance requires the use of certain metrics. With the help of the performance metrics, the effectiveness and the quality of performance can be easily calculated.

Software testing is not an easy job. Many complexities may arise during the process. The lack of the essential tool and appropriate manpower can also pose a problem in the software testing process. Especially the software vendors’ advertising tools and financial terms usually invest less in software testing resources.

DevOps testing strategy can be simplified emphasizing more on team effort. It always prioritizes about the best working shift that can be conclusive about the timing and frequency of testing practice by a developer in an automated fashion. Though such radical transformation might not be easy for some testers, things can be made to look smarter through proper strategy.

When it comes to software testing, people often get serious regarding perfection. In the pursuit of attaining the desired perfection, a lot of time is spent. However, the satisfaction aimed for is not always achieved. There remains a doubt that the results could have been better, had it been tried differently. This is not the only reason though; there are various other reasons as well those make a tester think a lot, wasting valuable time.

As startup founders are fully committed to a particular vision, they value innovation and creativity at first place. Sometimes with their little funding and fewer employees, every decision is crucial. So, if you are a startup and you want to hire a software testing team, check out the following tips to increase ROI for your business.

There are many random perceptions about Artificial Intelligence. Not just perceptions; many people fear as well about losing their job due to artificial intelligence. To be specific, the testing professionals often remain in doubts about whether artificial intelligence will take over the traditional forms of testing jobs. However, the perceptions of such are mere doubts. Watch this Episode. 


The method of software production is evolving gradually. How software products are being produced today are not the same as they were being produced some years back. This is an interesting technology era where we are sandwiched between conventional testing and advanced continuous testing.

We are now shifting from the traditional structure of a huge team having centralized QA to an entirely new structure. This new structure involves small, self-contained, and autonomous teams that ship software frequently makes use of Continuous Integration tools for automating and administer their developed environment for minimizing bottlenecks.

Choosing between in-house testing and outsourcing is often a tough decision. Many organizations think outsourcing the software testing requirements is actually an intelligent business strategy and a smart decision. However, other companies feel that outsourcing can be a waste of business capital and in-house testing should be the right approach. Well, the point here is that probably no one is actually wrong. Whether you decide on in-house testing or choose to outsource your QA activities, it depends on your objectives and goals. It also depends on the budget you have and the time frame within which you have to release your software product to the market.

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