Automation insights and productivity tips from LEAPWORK.
An increasing number of companies are seeing the benefits of RPA in Workday®. Unfortunately, developing RPA functions is costly and time-consuming, requiring new personnel with specialized and expensive skills. So how can a company get the most out of automation without incurring massive implementation and maintenance costs?
Data is found everywhere. Whether you are testing an application’s functionality with different data parameters or automating the process of moving data from A to B, you have probably realized by now that data is found to be a key component in most automation cases.
Automation is a prerequisite for success with DevOps. But how do you achieve continuous delivery? The answer lies in automation and faster feedback loops.
A CI/CD pipeline aims to mitigate the risks involved in releasing the software into production. However, its efficiency relies heavily on automation, so achieving success with DevOps stands or falls with how well the development department works with automation and which tools are at their disposal.
When we think of automated testing for web applications, the first thing that comes to mind is Selenium. And no wonder why: it's free and available for all.
Automating the test cases for your web application will most probably improve the efficiency and quality of your testing process, however, that’s only one part of the equation. The other is the automation tool you choose.
As more and more traditional front- and back-office applications are being migrated from desktop to web-based interfaces, testing the functionality of web applications is becoming highly critical. For that reason, learning what and how to automate is a crucial component of successful web app testing.
The pace of software development has increased tremendously in recent years. Consumers not only expect fast updates and releases, but also high quality.
Workday® is among the fastest growing and most robust ERP systems that includes built-in automation functionalities.
Workday has become the foundation of enterprise operations and employee productivity. Therefore, companies are spending an increasing amount of time testing the functionality of their Workday tenants to ensure full audit compliance and smooth user experience.
Depending on the organization, application performance monitoring is handled by different people. Generally, monitoring has been in the hands of operations but, with the rise of agile and DevOps, we see a shift towards cross-functional engineers that not only monitor but also test or even build an application.
If you have ever been responsible for an application and still you were the last to know about an outage, you are not alone. This used to happen more often than you would imagine. Luckily, those days are over thanks to application monitoring tools.
As more people are looking into ways to introduce automation in their organizations, the TestGuild Podcast invites LEAPWORK’s Senior Product Evangelist, Sune Engsig, to discuss all things RPA.
The rise of low-code and no-code platforms has played an important role in simplifying programming for the masses. Not everyone has the opportunity to learn how to code, and so, these platforms began to democratize software development.
Agile has made its way into the testing world and it's here to stay. Don't fall behind and learn how to become a master of agile testing.
Frequent system updates, as well as customization, put a lot of pressure on ServiceNow customers to continuously verify thousands of business-critical processes.
Are you struggling to find the best automation tool for your ServiceNow instance? Make an informed decision with this comparison of ServiceNow's Automated Test Framework (ATF), Selenium and LEAPWORK.
Have you ever started evaluating an automation tool and wondered if you are taking the right approach?
Microsoft Dynamics 365 is a widely used suite of enterprise applications for practically any function within customer engagement, finance, and operations. With frequent updates to the core and standard applications, Dynamics-users face a growing workload of continuously verifying thousands of business critical processes. There are lots of reasons why it can pay off to automate tests that involve Dynamics 365, which you'll learn about in this guide. If you want to read this guide later or save it for reference, don't forget to download it below. If you're curious to learn more, watch our Dynamics 365 webinar on demand to find out how you can automate your tests.
Have you ever wondered if RPA and test automation are the same?
What is Artificial Intelligence (AI) and how is this technology used in automation? Listen to LEAPWORK's Decoding Automation podcast to find out. AI has become one of the top priorities of any company moving towards digital transformation. However, many people are struggling to get started with it, and to implement the technology, due to unanswered questions, such as what does AI actually contribute with? And how can I use AI as a part of my existing automation efforts? If this is you, listen to the podcast. If it sparks your interest, we also recommend you to watch our on-demand webinar on how to bring AI and automation together, where we go into further detail with this topic.
Test automation and RPA are similar in some ways. Both disciplines are about automating processes that are repetitive, costly, time-consuming and error-prone. However, there are significant differences between the two.
What are the key ingredients that will allow you, your team, and organization to create the perfect recipe for automation success?
What motivates someone to write a manifesto about no-code? And why is it necessary to create one in the world of automation?