Continuous Delivery (CD) /Continuous Integration (CI)
These days, CI/CD now is essential for achieving smooth stream of release cycles for developers. An infrastructure to deploy and test the applications is no big deal as architects are using virtualized infrastructure along with automation tools, which automate application delivery and container management.
Testing, if done correctly, can be an interesting and a creative process. This especially holds true when testing a mobile application, as it not only provides access to customers globally, but it also brings huge scope and various testing challenges.
With this in mind, mobile testing is extremely critical compared to web/desktop applications, as the clientele is usually in the millions using a variety of smart devices with varying user expectations.
Microservices have become quite popular these days. It is a topic of interest for many businesses, offering faster and agile development of service-based applications.
Without any doubt, microservices offer significant benefits. But they also have their own set of complications and developers need to be aware of these while deploying microservices.
To ensure that you derive full benefits out of your ServiceNow license, it is important that you upgrade your ServiceNow installation to the next release. Upgrading helps improve stability, fixes problems faced by users of previous release and adds new features. Here are few suggestions that will help you upgrade your ServiceNow instance.
“Everyone” is an engineer. Developers and testers do not work on contradictory paradigms.
They are part of the “One” team.
These two statements form the basis of a successful DevOps team.
The key goal of an effective DevOps process is to keep the software artifact releasable, deployable and shippable at all points in time even while new functionalities and features are being worked on.
Mobility is being widely implemented across businesses and government organizations to facilitate communication, transactions and productivity. Increased adoption of mobility has changed the face of enterprise IT drastically making it more complex with a sea of devices including laptops, tablets and smartphones.
Big Data provides some key transformations and opportunities for retail businesses to improve ROI and reduce costs. Some of the key elements that can benefit a retail business include:
Big Data is all about gathering and analyzing unstructured data from diverse sources which cannot be easily processed using traditional database and software techniques. Big data can be immensely useful for e-commerce websites since these websites need to interact with their customers in real time.
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