Let’s go beyond QA and look at QE

By integrating quality at every step of the software development lifecycle, companies can create products that set new standards of quality in the market. It’s clear that Quality Engineering is now a strategic function with the potential to deliver a competitive advantage.
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A Honest Look – Can AI Help Us Build Better Software Products?

The software development industry sure has changed. We used “waterfall” to build software products in a phased, sequential manner. Then the Software Development Life Cycle started becoming less relevant. From Agile and DevOps to automated testing, and mobile and cloud technology –disruption hit the software development process.
A Honest Look – Can AI Help Us Build Better Software Products?
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Testing in Absence of Input Documentation

Recently I worked on a project, where lack of documentation necessary to plan the testing activity was an issue. Although this is not a very common scenario, the possibility can't be ruled out completely.
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Evolvement of Kubernetes to Manage Diverse IT Workloads

This article talks about how Kubernetes has emerged from container orchestration platform to manage complex workloads in AI and Machine Learning Stacks, Managing containers in NFV architecture and handling hardware GPU resources.
Evolvement of Kubernetes to Manage Diverse IT Workloads

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Test Driven Development

Software testing is a mechanism in which the program or an application is executed where the basic intention is to find out the discrepancies and deviations between the desired result or the outcome and the actual result or outcome.
Test Driven Development

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What DevOps Mean to QA/Test?

DevOps - as it stands for "Development" + "Operations" is a buzzword these days and everyone is trying to get some insight into it. As exciting as it may sound, many in the test department have a common question - "Where do they stand in the whole premise of DevOps?".
What DevOps Mean to QA/Test?

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Windows Hardware Quality Labs (WHQL)

Windows Hardware Quality Labs or WHQL is Microsoft's testing process which involves in running a set of tests on third-party hardware or software application, and submitting the log files from these tests to Microsoft for review. Products that pass the WHQL tests get to use a"Certified for Windows" logotype, which certifies
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Basics of Big Data Performance Benchmarking

This blog introduces the need for specialized tools for benchmarking Big Data products. Different tools and methods were introduced. We will continue this blog series and add specific test commands with Lab setup. We understand the need to also present our performance results for common benefit of the Big Data community. Our present study does reveal gaps
Basics of Big Data Performance Benchmarking
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How to Perform Hardware and Firmware Testing of Storage Box

In this blog will discuss about how to do the Hardware and firmware testing, techniques used, then the scope of testing for both. To speed up your testing you can use tools mentioned end of this blog, all those tools are available on internet. Knowing about the Hardware/Firmware and how to test all these will help you for upgrade testing of a product which involve firmware
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iSCSI Session, iSCSI Login and Connection Between Its Initiator and Target

This blog discusses iSCSI session, iSCSI login and the components required for a connection between iSCSI initiator and iSCSI target in detail. The previous blog from this series introduced the basics of iSCSI protocol. The group of TCP connections that link an initiator with a target form an iSCSI session. The purpose of the iSCSI login is to enable
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