Bottlenecks tend to be a common occurrence amongst software development teams. The testing phase is no exception. Testing is often a breeding ground for bottlenecks due to its manual nature, and this is compounded when testing starts at the end of the development cycle or sprint, which often impacts sprint commitments and delivery dates.
While it’s usually common that we assign all the testing to one QA to catch these bottlenecks, it’s important to remember it’s not their fault that a bottleneck occurred in the first place. Is there anything we can do to prevent bottlenecks from happening?
In this webinar, we will look at some common testing bottlenecks and how you can use ConnectALL’s Insights Analytics to identify them and break down the traditional QA silos.
It will help you look at a few things:
Where to make changes within a QA process
How to validate the quality, security, and unit test coverage of the code before it even gets to the testers
How and when to fix ill-maintained infrastructure and testing environments
What to automate — identifying business-critical flows and systems that should have automation like unit, regression, and performance testing