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Open source software has made waves in the tech world creating a movement for software to be more transparent and accessible to all. From this movement strong advocates for and against open source software have sprung up creating a heated debate between these two groups.
We have gathered four articles that take a look at both sides of the open source software debate. Leave your opinion in the comments below. Read more...
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Open source testing tools carry a certain appeal to testers – there’s no doubt about that. However, there is a pretty intense debate out there between open source testing tool advocates and in-house/vendor testing tool advocates. Both camps provide equally valid points.
But, we have to wonder, what is the true cost of using a free open source testing tool? We are going to present the reasons why open source tools are appealing, why “free” comes with risks and the importance of choosing the right tool for your tests. Read more...
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Mobile app testing isn’t simple.
There are different challenges each tester comes across that might be difficult to tackle. But there are resources out there that can help you take these challenges head on. We have gathered four articles looking at mobile app testing and its challenges. Read more...
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Most testers have had to face the decision to either do their testing internally using infrastructures that exist within the organization, in their private cloud or in the public cloud. These four articles focus on the importance of testing in the cloud while giving you some great tips and insights.
As cloud computing continues to mature, one is hard pressed to identify a class of enterprise software that is not delivered and consumed as a service. Performance and load-based application testing, important parts of ALM, can be counted among these cloud offerings. Read more...
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As a tester, you understand how important it is to create the most realistic load test possible to provide confidence that your web application won’t fail in the field. But how do you know where your load should come from to produce realistic results?
In this article, we have outlined three options most organizations can choose from when determining where your load should come from. Read more...
- Generate load on dedicated infrastructure in the datacenter
- Generate load from a private cloud