In the highly competitive trading environment, instant access to market information is the ultimate end game.
A recent ZDNet article by Joe McKendrick states, “Business leaders are losing patience…they are leaning on their IT departments harder and harder, pressing for more and faster delivery of software that will keep their companies in the digital race. They like what IT is delivering, but the challenge for IT managers is to step up the pace of delivery with as few glitches as possible.”
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.”
Earlier in October news broke that Twitter and Tweetdeck—the platform’s widely used dashboard management app—were experiencing a performance issue that made users unable to login or access the platform. At first, this might seem like a mild inconvenience particularly when compared to airline outages or issues with mission-critical systems in industries like defense or healthcare.
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For 43 years, SAS has helped organizations worldwide capitalize on their information and drive business value by leveraging data to make better decisions faster. Not only are we a leader in business analytics software and services, we are the largest independent business intelligence vendor in a market where many have been acquired by larger enterprises.
It’s a digital world and changing consumer and user demands necessitate that websites, apps and programs deliver an experience that delights users. Those companies that can’t deliver on these expectations risk poor customer satisfaction scores, low adoption rates, negative brand perception and loss of revenue. These factors are giving rise to a new phenomenon in software testing which we’ve termed “continuous everything,” comprised of three essential areas—continuous quality, continuous delivery and continuous feedback.
Lack of communication is often cited as the biggest problem Business have when implementing DevOps. This would be communication between co-located teams where the team just doesn’t talk, teams across geographies where time zones come into play, even where the IT and Business just will not discuss things. Indeed, there are many places where a lack of communication can cause DevOps to fail.
On July 23, 2019, Antony Edwards, COO of Eggplant, and Diego Lo Giudice, VP Principal Analyst at Forrester, conducted a webinar on “Putting Intelligence into your Continuous Testing.”
We are in a Digital Testing Epoch. Are you ready?
The Digital Testing Epoch will be one that divides some Testing organizations who rely upon outdated tactics against those that embrace new technology, methodologies, and are very agile.
If you ask the average CEO to rate how important digital transformation is to their business, chances are it would crack the top five—if not take the number one spot. After all, a recent Gartner survey found that IT spending will reach $3.85 trillion this year with enterprise software continuing to be the fastest-growing category.