Top Benefits of Data-Driven Test Automation

According to Wikipedia, Data-Driven Testing(DDT) is a software testing methodology that is used in the testing of computer software to describe testing done using a table of conditions directly as test inputs and verifiable outputs as well as the process where test environment settings and control are not hard-coded. In the simplest form, the tester supplies the inputs from a row in the table and expects the outputs which occur in the same row.


Mattermost's QA journey with Rainforest and what we've learned so far

Here at Mattermost, our team of developers and quality assurance analysts are proud of what we build and work hard to ship a quality product on the 16th of each month. However, maintaining our high bar for quality month over month isn’t without its challenges!

7 Steps to Make eCommerce Performance be your Competitive Advantage for the Holiday Season

Performance testing in preparation for the 2020 holiday season is more important than ever. Going into the busy season with confidence that your eCommerce can handle whatever is thrown at it is not just about mitigating risk, it's about seizing opportunity. In this report, we address the seven practical performance testing considerations to help make sure your website is ready for the 2020 holiday online shopping bonanza and help you avoid snatching defeat from the jaws of victory.

Analyzing, Interpreting, and Reporting Load Test Results

In today's app economy, the speed at which businesses secure revenue directly correlates to application quality and customer perception, expectation, and delight. The objective of performance testing is to identify and expose the most likely sources of application risk and deliver the actionable insight required to mitigate performance bottlenecks. Accurate interpretation of performance test data informs the tactical and strategic decisions that drive the business and impact revenue, brand, market perception, and the user experience.

Analyze Your Load Tests

OctoPerf’s report engine provides many graphs to sort and presents test metrics in a comprehensive way. We’ve tried to improve it over the years so that you can access critical information very quickly. But requirements vary from one project to the other. In this post we will look at how you can configure the report to show you preferred metrics, and also all the shortcuts you can take to achieve this goal.

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Tech Tip: Pointing Your Automated Tests to Sauce

So you’ve realized the benefits of test automation. Through your own research, or perhaps a small proof of concept, you’ve realized removing once-manual quality processes can accelerate release cycles and improve your user experience. You’ve built a small suite of tests, and the benefits are real. The next step in your journey, you realize, is to achieve the real value of automation, which means running it continuously and at scale.

Sauce Labs Continuous Testing Benchmark Report 2020

Continuous testing is the key to unlocking digital confidence. How does your organization stack up? Now in its second iteration, the Sauce Labs Continuous Testing Benchmark Report details the best practices critical to successful continuous testing, and track organizations' collective performance against those metrics. Based on real-customer data from the more than 3 billion tests run on the Sauce Labs platform, the 2020 Continuous Testing Benchmark is a community resource unlike any other.

The Essential Guide to Continuous Testing

No matter the industry, every company is now in the business of developing applications and online experiences. To keep up with the competition, you need to stand out in all of the digital noise. For your app to succeed, it is critical that it delight your customers with a flawless experience, regardless of what device they use to access it. New features and updates need to be delivered quickly and frequently, but without compromising quality.