Systematic Integration Holds the Key.
Leveraging Agile Performance Testing for Web and Mobile Applications
Becoming 100% agile may not be the most effective approach for many organizations. To address the various needs of software teams, savvy leaders are embracing a “bimodal” approach, where teams work with both traditional and agile execution models.
For any company using or implementing enterprise resource planning systems, such as SAP, a roadmap that includes a quality assurance process that will ensure success of software development, implementation, customization, accuracy, and consistency from beginning to end is a necessity.
Vulnerabilities in web-connected applications present one of the greatest risks for a breach, especially for organizations that develop, customize, or integrate in-house or third-party components, apps and front-end sites with SAP (or any other ERP system). To reduce the odds of a potentially crippling breach, such firms must implement robust security programs managed by trained specialists.
The mobile enterprise has created vast opportunities— and serious new challenges. IT is increasingly consumerized. “Bring Your Own Device” (BYOD) is the new byword of today’s on-the-move workforce.
Requirements management is not only part of the software development process—it is integral to the overall success of a given project. From the point at which a customer or user provides their needs, or once the overall development phase begins, requirements management comes into play.
With increased demand for more reliable and higher quality applications, meeting these demands are far more difficult. With an idea of available test types, as well as an understanding of where those fit into the life cycle of a mobile application, quality can be increased with a lower overhead due to more accurate test planning.
Mobility is rapidly becoming a ubiquitous and required element of any enterprise communications environment. As consumers and businesspeople adopt mobile technologies for communications, productivity, and enjoyment, organizations must adapt to provide a convenient and secure mobile experience.
In some cases, it’s more cost effective to implement a manual solution versus an automated mobile testing environment. In other cases, the reverse is true. This paper will explore various examples and leave you with an analysis toolkit to determine which implementation should be used on a case-by-case perspective.
Improvements that Pay for Themselves—and Pave the Road to Agile Adoption
Organizations aspiring to high levels of user acceptance and satisfaction must develop an effective performance testing strategy. This paper will discuss some of the most common barriers and offer proven strategies for developing and executing a performance testing improvement program.
As testing on mobile devices continues to be explored, to mature and grow, so do the problems that it can reveal. With so many devices in the market, how can companies possibly test them all? This white paper discusses two testing solutions: emulators and using real devices.
Explore how Orasi experts eliminated massive data errors and optimized test cases for a new sales reporting system, allowing the firm to recapture millions of dollars being lost yearly due to flawed calculations and bad data.
Whether a platform migration or deployment, S/4HANA implementation will involve many technical and data migration projects. Organizations should plan for significant change management and a rigorous, detailed testing process to limit potential disruption to existing operations.
Mobile Application Testing presents several unique challenges. The most formidable of these is supporting the variety of operating systems, their versions, and hardware manufacturers.
As cloud and mobile computing gain rapid acceptance, IT departments are expected to provide fast and comprehensive testing of composite applications. By deploying advanced service virtualization, organizations can reduce development time and cost, while ensuring optimum quality from those crucial applications.
Why and How Organizations are Bringing CoEs to Software Quality Management
For organizations using and customizing third-party software as a service—and Salesforce in particular—performance testing can be tricky. This white paper will delve into strategies that can help companies ensure success with their custom Salesforce deployments.
Read how Orasi performance experts enabled a global organization to reduce historical data processing time from four months to 21 days, saving millions of dollars in delayed release costs.
The only way to ensure that an application can connect to and successfully interoperate with each web service, every time, is through adequate testing of the web services. Yet, the sheer volume of testing such an approach makes the process daunting to most firms.
Does this mobile testing automation solution require devices that have been jailbroken? That is the question mobile project teams should ask before selecting their mobile testing solution…