The cloud and scalability go in pair. Serverless is one of the rising cloud development frameworks that speed up operations around stateless apps by reducing what teams have to manage. In what’s called a “no-ops” approach to growth, the cloud provider relieves engineers from troublesome application and service platform management at a certain cost. Decide if serverless can be the technology for you by examining its nuts and bolts in this rational guide.
There are some repercussions observed in development teams like professionals spending way too much time waiting on their test suite to run or constantly rerunning the test suite if it fails, and this can likely affect the quality of the software.
If you’re one of those teams facing similar problems, implementing a test automation pyramid is all you need.
In this blog, you’ll have a deep exploration into the test automation pyramid and various strategies to manage it. But before that, let’s dive into understanding “Test automation”.
When it comes to testing, there are primarily two types: Manual and Automated…
A debut or a new version of the product brings joy and excitement as well as a dose of stress and responsibility for success or failure. What will be the reactions of end users to what we have been working on for many weeks, months or years?
If you are a Product Owner, it’s natural that you always want the next versions of your software to be released as soon as possible. However, it’s good to be aware that there are situations when, paradoxically, you can save time and money by… not doing so and holding off the release a…
Let’s recall what the role of the Product Owner is characterized by and what is the basis for the organization and project.
As you can see on the list above, one of the most important responsibilities of the PO is to create a plan. When…
We live in such times when you need some kind of software to keep businesses afloat. The main reason used to be the modernization or digitalization of enterprises. Now, the Covid-19 pandemic only pushed this process further and everybody is moving their operations online. And here comes the problem — you need to know exactly what you want because there are plenty of solutions: CRM, marketplaces, ERP and the endless options of custom software. So how to choose a software solution for your business?
For most organizations, there comes a moment when technology becomes indispensable. When things go well, and…
This blog is for you if you
a) Work for a software company as a manager;
b) Have an internal development team; or
c) Have recently considered outsourcing a new software project or a part of one.
Of course, you have a list of questions you want to ask future partners to find the best match for your requirements. That’s well, but I think you might begin by asking yourself a few questions.
This question has two faces. If you want to outsource the whole new project to the vendor, the development process is probably a secondary issue. Of course…
Unless you’re a member of an indigenous community living in voluntary exile, you’ve already used a smartphone and at least one web application. Mobile apps are now experiencing such a boost that their success cannot be overstated. About every company needs a smartphone app: social and texting, finance, food ordering, and shopping. Of course, we want them to work perfectly and quickly. But how can you be confident because there are thousands of different mobile device types and platforms to choose from? We’ve created smartphone app review guidelines to make it a little smoother.
According to Forrester, a US-based research and advisory firm, B2B e-commerce transactions in the U.S. will reach around $1.8 trillion by 2023, which would account for 17% of all B2B sales in the country. With mobile app development getting more streamlined every year, more than 65% of enterprises are estimated to have a plan of launching their own mobile applications.
We have already written about the benefits of cloud computing services, so feel free to check out this Medium Article as well. But, as for now, let’s just have a quick reminder. The term “cloud computing” can be interpreted as one (or both) of these:
Pretty simple, right? But if you’re thinking about moving to cloud and you research the options you have, you’ll probably stumble upon many cloud computing. …
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