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Ian Molyneaux, Independent Consultant, talks in-depth about how continuous testing has a close relationship with non-functional testing, together driving an informed, agile and robust approach to enterprise software development and deployment
Adopting DevOps helps enterprises expand their digital experiences and brings down costs. Here are some of the key reasons to adopt DevOps, if you haven’t already!
It’s true that the hardest thing about DevOps is built into its name – the collaboration between development and IT operations (and everyone in between!). How can you bring cross-functional teams and disciplines together into a cohesive, higher-performing whole?
DevOps Online speaks exclusively with The National Software Testing Conference speakers about the importance of tools being fit for purpose, up-to-date and easily accessible