As regular readers of this blog know, Eggplant is transforming the world of intelligent test automation and our mission is to rid the world of bad software. We continue to push the boundaries of intelligent automation to support and accelerate the pace and quality of the digital experience. This has once again resulted in Eggplant being recognized as by Forrester as a leader in Continuous Functional Test Automation.
Software delivers so much of our day to day experience, whether we are asking for a weather update from Alexa or ordering connoisseur coffee for your home office. Making sure these exchanges and transactions perform without failure from the code up is imperative. Which is why we are excited about our partnership with Embold.
Technology has an important role to play in helping stop the spread of the Coronavirus. Here at Eggplant, we are contributing our Digital Automation Intelligence (DAI) platform to help test contact tracing applications across the globe.
According to Gartner there is set to be a massive uptick in the adoption of a DevSecOps state of mind. From an estimated 15% of development teams using this approach in 2017 to 80% by 2021. But why now?
We’re at an exciting time for IoT adoption in which the only barrier to innovation is our own imagination. From prosthetic limbs to agricultural sensors to connected office furniture, the IoT is already improving all facets of our work and personal lives—and this improvement will only accelerate as we enter the 5G era.
“Succeeding in the age of automation will be all about how we approach the cultural and technological shift required within IT”, according to Forbes.
In a recent Forbes article, contributor Tom Groenfeldt says “We need to find a way to combine the strength of exploratory testing with automation—a way to combine manual testing, which is smart but slow and expensive, and automated which is fast but stupid.”
Today we announced new enhancements to Digital Automation Intelligence (DAI) designed to simplify AI-driven automation while simultaneously enabling companies to improve the quality of their digital experiences.
According to CNET’s Eric Mack, “In some ways, the future that so much science fiction promised us is already here…but the decade beginning in 2020 will take us even further toward a world where far-out ideas…become topics of serious conversation.” In a previous blog post, we touched on a number of these ideas—including a cashless society, virtual vacations and implanted cell phones.
In a recent joint announcement from Amazon, Google, IBM, Microsoft, Oracle and Salesforce, the companies stated, “The healthcare industry is at a turning point. Patients and providers are eager for advances in value-based care, patient engagement, and machine learning as they look to usher in a new era of constantly-improving health outcomes and well-being. Interoperability is key to removing the barriers between the healthcare industry and the future it seeks to build.”