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For many organizations, DevOps and Continuous Delivery are difficult practices to utilize. It is a challenge taken on by companies as a whole for the purpose of success and advancement. Too many businesses underestimate what it actually takes to flourish through these high payoff practices and suffer because of it.
Just when you thought you were safe from more process improvement for a while – not so fast. There’s DevOps, Continuous Testing, Continuous Delivery and Continuous Deployment. In this issue, we are focusing on Continuous Testing, the part most concerning Test teams
As with many a corporate initiative, DevOps is launched with high hopes and lots of hoopla. But will everyone continue to work together as one happy, aligned family?
Test teams feel the need to adopt DevOps, but that migration is not always seamless, according to a new survey by LogiGear. That may be because 25 percent of respondents said their Ops/IT team is always helpful to the test team and its needs; 37 percent said Ops teams regularly help bring about good test environments; 27 percent said Ops can be "slow or difficult."
Software testing and automation provider, LogiGear, has announced its second survey results, assessing the state of the software testing landscape, whilst focusing on DevOps.
The following article is a guest post to Zephyr from LogiGear. LogiGear is a partner of Zephyr, who provides leading-edge software testing technologies and expertise, along with software development services that enable our customers to accelerate business growth while having confidence in the software they deliver.

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This is our third issue concerning topics of Continuous Delivery (CD) and DevOps with inclusion of Continuous Testing. DevOps has been around for a while and I hope the period of buzz is over and companies moving towards building a development pipeline have begun their process, including changing their test strategies.
You know what’s scary? DevOps. The culture shift, the constant collaboration, the new sets of tools – it’s quite a lot to handle. Everyone’s looking for the coveted smooth-running software development pipeline.
DevOps may be the next big buzzword, but Test teams really need to focus on its little sister, Continuous Delivery. If you pay attention to trends in software development – from the perspective of what some sophisticated teams are doing, what articles and books are being written, to conference topics, you may have noticed the tools being
Now that Dev Teams have had a little time to settle into the Agile, the new wave of process optimization has arrived. DevOps. DevOps has been described as Agile on Steroids. DevOps has also been described as Agile for Operations/IT. I like both of those descriptions as well as some others. Many organizations want Development, Test and Operations teams to move to DevOps now.
Now that Dev Teams have had a little time to settle into the Agile, the new wave of process optimization has arrived. DevOps. DevOps has been described as Agile on Steroids. DevOps has also been described as Agile for Operations/IT. I like both of those descriptions as well as some others. Many organizations want Development, Test and Operations teams to move to DevOps now.
How Halliburton leveraged outsourcing to achieve their goals. Organizations are focusing on speed, both in Continuous Integration and rapid deployment as a competitive advantage. Many software development organizations can significantly shorten development cycles by implementing one or a combination of Agile practices, continuous integration & deployment methods, and feature branches.

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