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Navigating the pool of Oracle automation tools can be a difficult task - there are many options, each with their own pros and cons. In this blog post, we help you with a checklist of the most important features for Oracle automation tools.
When researching options for an Oracle test automation tool, there are a number of things to consider, such as what capabilities the tool should have and if the tool should be open-source or licensed.
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.
Every day, an array of tasks are performed in and between Microsoft Office 365 tools, such as Excel, PowerPoint, and Word. Many of these tasks are repetitive by nature and when performed manually over and over become not only tedious to perform, but also error-prone.
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.
In recent years, the pace of software development has increased tremendously. Consumers not only expect fast updates and releases, they also expect high quality along with that speed.
As a tester, the first place you start looking for an automation tool is typically among open-sourced options.
Over recent years, the software testing landscape has changed, and today, many applications are either web or mobile-based. However, many businesses continue to rely on desktop applications to run their most important business processes.
Today’s fluctuating and increasingly uncertain market requires businesses to do more with less, while still staying competitive by providing high quality user experiences and a fast time to market.
Shift left testing is a frequently discussed topic in connection to mainframe testing. Its popularity has only grown along with the need to modernize the approach to testing mainframes.
There are many approaches to automating mainframes. However, these all start with uncovering what you can and should automate. Read on to learn which tests to automate for your mainframe.
Test automation for mainframes can be used to reduce risk and increase the efficiency of testing, allowing major organizations to deliver quality at speed. But how can you automate with only limited mainframe experts and resources and still achieve the desired advantages of test automation? Read on to find out.
Two of the major challenges in automating regression tests are setup and maintenance. This is because many test automation tools require coding, which requires time and capabilities that not all testing teams have.
Deciding how often to perform regression tests can be a challenge. Particularly when you've automated your regression suite, and are more free to decide the frequency.
Over time, as your application grows or changes, your regression test suite will grow as well, numbering into perhaps hundreds or thousands of regression test cases. This is why automation will inevitably become part of your testing process at some point.
There are a vast number of tools available for automating regression test cases, which only makes it more difficult to find the right one.
The need to deliver quality at speed followed by the rise of agile has meant that many teams have shifted from manual testing to automation.
When developers write and submit new code for an application, those pieces of code sometimes have unexpected effects on existing code, causing it to break.
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.
Many enterprises rely on SAP to run their most critical business processes. Most of these businesses will eventually have to face the transition from SAP ECC to SAP S/4HANA.