Blueprint for Continuous Testing Success

>Blueprint for Continuous Testing Success
Blueprint for Continuous Testing Success 2018-12-06T11:10:10+00:00
Avoid the pitfall of creating endless suites of tests that are always red and provide no real value

Too many organizations attack their automation goals by racing to create large amounts of test scripts without a methodology aligned to solving their actual pains and achieving the value they are aiming for. The result is often a large number of unstable, flaky, unreliable tests that, in the end, provide no real value. If the test results cannot be trusted, they cannot be used to provide actionable data to properly make effective go/no-go decisions.

7 Questions you need to answer as you scale your test automation


How do I build a maintainable, sustainable, future-proof large suite of automated tests?

What are all the needed attributes of stable scripts?


What are all the needed attributes to scale those scripts?

How do I create tests that drive effective reports and efficient analysis?


What is the path I need to take to achieve success?

How do I manage the maintenance process of scripts to stay aligned to app changes?


How do I build an automated mechanism and process to catch automation failures / flakiness:

How Perfecto Can Help Get You There

Through a combination of best practices and expert services, Perfecto can help you map out your ideal automation plan to achieve:


Fast feedback

Created automation that provides reliable / immediate feedback to your Dev teams allow for go/no-go decisions on a continuous basis.

High degree of automation

Scale robust testing to cover all relevant use cases, timed to daily executions across multiple teams.

Maximum digital coverage

Increase coverage to automate across required platforms, environment conditions and digital interfaces.

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Continuous testing across the DevOps pipeline

Optimize the velocity of the DevOps pipeline by embedding continuous testing from Dev, through QA, all the way to production.