Continuous Testing Agility 2020

Cisco CEO John Chambers recently said the world is going through a new “digital revolution” that could add $19 trillion to the global economy and have 10 times the economic impact that the Internet has had. Breakthroughs in artificial intelligence, cloud computing, the Internet of Things, mobile computing and big data analytics have combined with robotics and factory automation to drive this revolution, which is not only boosting technology- based industries, but also retail, financial services, healthcare, transportation and telecommunication.

Unsurprisingly, a movement of this magnitude has seismic impacts on key players' operations at every level and stage. One area that's particularly impacted is software development and related processes. To stay competitive in this new digital economy, organizations must transform their turn-around capabilities. That is, they must equip themselves to rapidly develop and deploy software products that deliver business value according to new standards for timing. This means building an infrastructure that is hyper-efficient and able to quickly scale. It means perfecting a continuous software delivery pipeline that delivers progressively faster lifecycles. And that means achieving full Continuous Testing Agility. Equipping your organization to meet today’s standards requires breaking down barriers between QA, development, operations and production to increase collaboration and productivity. To create a seamless delivery pipeline, testing has to keep pace with a faster and more agile development lifecycle.

So where is your organization in its Continuous Testing journey
from Agile to Automation, DevOps and Analytics?

Claim your free copy of this 14 page whitepaper to get critical insights on:

  • How to determine which of 3 stages your organization currently is in with regards to Continuous Testing
  • Actionable next steps your organization can take to progress in its Continuous Testing journey
  • Which testing functionalities are most beneficial to your organization's progress
  • AND ULTIMATELY, how your organization can rise to tomorrow's standards and prevent being left behind