Testing in Continuous Delivery | LogiGear
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1.) Are you aware of what changes will happen in testing with a move to Continuous Delivery/Continuous Testing/DevOps?
I am aware of some changes
2.) Are your Agile/Scrum practices in good shape, with little technical debt, and a well-understood, agreed-upon Definition of Done?
Sometimes, not consistantly
3.) What tools are you using regularly as part of your software development process?
CI/build automation (ex.; Jenkins, TeamCity, Bamboo, AutoBuild)
API level test automation
UI level test automation
Performance test automation
Security test automation
Cross platform automation (mobile, device, browser, servers, etc) tool or service
Environments as a service (EaaS), Paas, Cloud solution
4.) Getting projects completed and delivered to customers/users (once coding begins) is:
Unpredictable/varies every time
5.) Do you have test environment and test data problems?
Yes, we have a lot of environment and/or test data problems
We have some problems
We have very few problems
We have no test environment or data problems
6.) When there is a support issue/bug in production/system outage, what level of effort does it take to get production system fixes deployed or services restored?
Hercules, major effort
Some extra effort, but it is a predictable, manageable process
Easy, simple, no extra effort
7.) How would you rate your level of awareness, collaboration, and information on other testing activities? For example, how much visibility do you have into: levels of testing done by other people (unit testing, performance testing, security, failover/DR, capacity, scalability, testing and monitoring in production)? You have information on:
All testing activities across development
Most other testing activities
Some other testing activities
Little visibility into other’s testing
No idea outside of my own tests
8.) Do you feel that there is more pressure to automate recently?
Yes, a lot
The same amount of pressure
No, there is less pressure
No, there is no pressure
9.) Choose from below the closest description of your automated regression suite.
It's fast, easy to run, and has good coverage
It's OK. It has some rough spots, some false negatives, and failing tests
It's slow and misses bugs. It has many tests that regularly fail
It's worthless, very high maintenance (often repairing test scripts), slow, and regularly misses bugs
We do not have a significant automated regression suite
10.) Your Ops/IT team:
Is always helpful to the test team and its needs
Regularly helps you get good test enviroments
Often helps, but can be slow or difficult
Is like like pulling teeth to get help
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