Automating Your Software Testing To Ensure Quality Control
Post on 21,May 2020   3:49 PM
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Testing has always been a crucial step in project management or the production process because anything can happen in the development phase. While an idea may sound so novel and promising, it can only be considered as such if it proves to be feasible for the market. As such, software testing can help check for errors or defects that may have been made to ensure you create an excellent product or application that delivers the customer’s expectations. The testing process, however, can be tedious and time-consuming, so much that it can take as long as half the length of the development phase.

Fortunately, test ops have become more advanced and innovative in recent times, thanks to the emergence of modern technologies. Nowadays, you can automate your software testing using tools that automatically perform repetitive tests and generate data and insights to help you improve on the product or application. Automation testing offers a more agile approach to the traditional manual process, which allows you to save time and focus more on quality control.

If you are interested in learning more about automation testing, here is some information to help you get more acquainted with its benefits.

How Does it Work?

Automated testing involves using a software tool to perform the test suite instead of doing the task manually. It makes use of script sequences that are run multiple times with little to no intervention needed. This form of testing can also generate data-intensive reports and outcomes, as well as compare results from earlier tests to monitor any changes in your product or application. Since you are automating the process, you can save time and money since testing will be more efficient, and you can spot errors earlier.

Indeed, test ops have evolved to become more proactive and efficient, ensuring quality is met at all times. Tech-related companies that offer this service usually support both shift-left and shift-right approaches to ensure you get the best possible performance and meet your customers’ needs. 

Adopting Automated Testing

The premise of automated testing may sound intriguing to any development organization, but adopting it may require some adjustments and changes. For one, software testers must learn how to code since automated testing requires them to be part of the development phase. Though there may be a slight shift like their work, the potential benefits of automating your testing are too good to ignore. 

Typically, a good starting point is to identify which tests you want to automate. Though it may sound counter-intuitive not to automate all your tests, only a handful of companies do that. Your top-performing tests will usually be at the top of the list of those to automate, whereas others may not be so suitable for automation due to their nature. For example, if your test involves user interface or user experience, it may be better to run the test manually since it is difficult to identify if the application is satisfactory with objective data. 

After you select the tests to automate, you can then look for a testing framework and infrastructure. If your current infrastructure cannot handle the additional load, consider hiring a tech company to help with this. Some companies offer software test environments as a service to provide you with the right set-up to automate your testing. With this, you can expect speed and efficiency without compromising customers’ reception.

 


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