Customer-focused Test Automation in Agile Environments

Customers in Agile Environments

Companies migrating to an Agile development methodology have seen the benefits of accelerating deployments with smaller, more focused feature sets per release, but they have also experienced the pain of grouping those feature sets into workable code capable of being released to the public—without sacrificing quality.

Empirix Receives Avaya DevConnect Certification for Encrypted and Disaster Recovery/Failover Communications Test Automation

Encryption

This certification enables agencies to use Empirix test automation to most efficiently, accurately, and cost effectively simulate and test national and regional disaster scenarios, including encrypted communication performance, at high call volumes. This stress testing measures actual voice quality and adjunct systems, such as call recording, in order to ensure their viability in critical scenarios.

Top 3 Secrets of a Test Automation Hero

Test Automation Hero

It’s ironic but most QA engineers spend the vast majority of their time doing something other than testing. Those other activities include setting up and tearing down environments, reading documentation, writing test plans, interfacing with engineers, and creating reports.

Top 10 Ways to be a Test Automation Hero

Testing Automation Hero

Many quality initiatives are doomed to fail right from the start. There are a number of reasons for this failure including that the initiative was just an afterthought to an ongoing project or worse, part of an ill-defined long term strategy

Voice Portal/IVR Testing

Big Data

The basic procedure is accomplished in a similar way to that of testing Applications and Voice Quality. You need to automate actual calls into the voice portal/IVR in a controlled way and measure the results at every stage. This is especially important in Unified Communications and Contact Center installations, where the structures are quite complex. Isolating performance issues at each layer enables you to speed the discovery of the source of any problem that might crop up.