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Application Assurance - What's Innovative?

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DevOpsQA issues a 60-hours challenge - Some observations around, but not limited to, ISO 20022

The ISO 20022 standard enables reliable collaboration and communication as well as being required by banking standards such as SWIFT.
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Platform.sh - A PaaS for modern application delivery

Platform.sh is a git-based Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS), with YAML configuration and local development with Docker-based DDEV.
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Generative AI – is it really intelligent?

AI is better thought of as “augmented intelligence” rather than as “artificial intelligence”.
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Intelligent Continuous Delivery - Is it really the last part of the DevOps story to be transformed?

OpsMX says that software development and IT Ops have been transformed but software delivery hasn’t yet, particularly if you want ultimate delivery velocity.
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Integrating test automation with a legacy environment - Even legacy testing can evolve with modern tools

The application assurance domain can be automated with software-defined tooling and even legacy apps testing can evolve with a modern model-based approach.
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Conversational AI with Druid and ChatGPT

David Norfolk has been looking at a Conversational AI platform called Druid, at why it is more than just another ChatBot, and at how it might be impacted by OpenAI’s ChatGPT.
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Mainframe programming and the modern developer

Compuware is aiming to make mainframe development accessible to those of us more used to Docker and Selenium
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A quiet revolution

Analytics and graphs are appearing in more and more software tools
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The mutable mainframe

Despite appearances mainframes can be agile and can participate in DevOps and continuous delivery.
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Testing should not be a roadblock

To keep up with the competition, companies need to get new applications and upgrades to market faster. Testing cannot be a roadblock on this path.
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Testing and impact analysis

You need to understand how changes might impact on other parts of the system, because the former can break the latter.
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Traceability in testing

In order to automate change you need the data, expected results and test scripts to automatically update, by virtue of their traceability back to requirements.
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Automating reusability

By building up a library of reusable test assets functionality can be tested more rapidly by selecting components from this library
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Responsive automation

So called "test automation frameworks" have to be able to respond to constant user demands. This process should be automated.
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Tackling the storage provisioning nightmare and business clamour to save costs

Load DynamiX's appliance stress-tests large throughputs and infrastructures addressing the "what-ifs"
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Managing the data asset with Pentaho

A look at the solution that Pentaho is putting in place to manage the data asset in a way that befits both the business and technology
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Delphix and the agile data platform

Amongst other things (migrations, legacy modernisation, archival) Delphix provides test data management without needing to subset the data
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The requirements gap: Agile Designer

Gird-Tools has announced the release of Agile Designer
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GenRocket

GenRocket is a new vendor/product in the test data management space. After Grid-Tools it is the second (so far) vendor to offer synthetic test data generation.
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