What is TestOps?
TestOps is a relatively new term used to describe the process of managing, maintaining, and governing software tests throughout the software development lifecycle. It focuses on automation and integrating testing activities into the development pipeline. TestOps combines the best practices from DevOps and Testing, such as continuous integration (CI) and continuous delivery (CD), with testing tools and techniques to provide a comprehensive and unified approach to software testing.
⇨ TestOps streamlines the process of verifying that applications are running correctly throughout the development process
TestOps can be used to run tests at every stage of application development, from early-stage unit tests to the production-level system or user acceptance testing. This allows businesses to catch issues quickly, identify areas where they need to improve and make sure their applications are functioning properly before they deploy them.
⇨ Using TestOps, teams automate their processes to be more efficient
Automating manual steps in the development process can help reduce costs, speed up deployments, and reduce potential errors. With TestOps, businesses can use scripts to quickly create environments for testing purposes or deploy applications in a fraction of the time it would take using manual methods.
⇨ Businesses measure the effectiveness of the dev process with TestOps
By tracking metrics such as deployment success rate and time to completion, teams can identify areas where they need to improve, ensuring that their processes are always running smoothly. This allows them to adjust their plans quickly and ensure that they’re providing their customers with the best possible experience.
How Ceeview empowers TestOps (& DevOps) teams
Ceeview provides a comprehensive intelligent observability platform for aiding with both TestOps and DevOps practices (see figure below). Through instrumentation of application monitoring via the robust Ceeview REST API, teams can directly embed code into the application itself as well as in simulated strategically-deployed application workflow scripts, monitoring workflow functionality and response times per stage and overall—data is analyzed in real-time as well as over-time in performance and SLA compliance reports.
Ceeview is now a Katalon partner
What is the difference between TestOps and DevOps?
TestOps is a term used to describe the practice of integrating testing into the overall software development and operations process. It is closely related to DevOps, which focuses on the integration of development and operations, but TestOps places a specific emphasis on testing and quality assurance.
How can TestOps improve the overall quality of my software?
TestOps can improve the overall quality of software by integrating testing into the development process. This allows for early detection and resolution of defects and can help ensure that software meets customer requirements. Additionally, by automating testing processes, TestOps can help reduce the time and resources required for testing.
How can TestOps benefit from synthetic monitoring tools?
TestOps can be used to automate the testing of applications in pre-production environments, while synthetic monitoring tools can be used to simulate and monitor the behavior of applications under various conditions and loads. This allows for early detection and resolution of defects, and can help ensure that applications meet performance and functional requirements.
What is Katalon TestOps used for?
Katalon TestOps is an enterprise-class platform for QA orchestration, test analytics, and advanced reports. Katalon TestOps provides dashboards and reports on the status of product quality. With Katalon TestOps, you can coordinate various activities, cycles, and frameworks in software testing.
How can TestOps help with test automation?
TestOps can help with test automation by providing tools and processes for automating testing. This can include automated testing frameworks, test management tools, and test data management tools. Automating testing can help reduce the time and resources required for testing and improve the overall quality of software.
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