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New Report by Capgemini and Sogeti in partnership with Broadcom Inc.’s Enterprise Software Division reveals the challenges and obstacles to achieving quality at speed with Continuous Testing With 58% of enterprises surveyed deploying a new build daily (and 26% at least hourly), Continuous Testing is vital to achieving quality at speed From test environments to effective orchestration, organizations face several challenges to realizing the full benefits of Continuous Testing   Key Areas for Improvement While 57% of respondents say their teams have either “fully embraced Continuous Testing” or the “vast...

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Containers are an increasingly important way for developers to package and deploy applications. Amazon Container Services are highly scalable, easy to use container management and registry services. AWS offers multiple container services, like Amazon ECS, Amazon Elastic Container Services for Kubernetes (Amazon EKS), and AWS Fargate to help you run containers in production. AWS Marketplace, a curated digital catalog, has just announced first batch of trusted container products. Container products are offered in popular categories such...

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One of the major cost factors in integrating with 3rd party tools and services in your application is the availability of the tool in your dev/test environment.  Whether there is a cost to use the tool in pre-production or there is downtime for that 3rd party causing an interruption to your schedule, both situations cost time and money in the application development cycle. The answer to this is not to pull back from 3rd party integrations, it’s to...

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About 20-years ago, cars just had one processor in them. Now cars have over forty processors and more than 100 million lines of code, five times the amount of code in a Boeing 747. Leading companies like General Motors are reinventing themselves by bringing more software development in-house as a competitive differentiator to address this trend. This involves rethinking the way they build applications for the cars themselves, and the business processes involved in building,...