While the business has been faster to adopt DevOps and CI/CD practices to meet rapid demand for flawless apps, QA can’t get out from under increasing testing complexities and cost constraints.
Road rage happens because there are too many people on the road trying to get to more places faster. A similar road rage is being caused by digital, mobile-first, DevOps strategy and the booming mobile app market in general. We call it ‘DevOps Road Rage.’
While the business has been faster to adopt DevOps and CI/CD practices to meet rapid demand for flawless apps, QA can’t get out from under increasing testing complexities and cost constraints. QA is the ‘dump truck’ stuck with limited resources, rising costs, and incrementally more to test – faster.
In this whitepaper, we will share data from our recent survey, “The Future of Mobile App Testing,” and demonstrate how QA/Dev Managers can fix the three main problems fueling DevOps Road Rage:
- Testing costs are unmanageable
- Testing processes are too slow
- Mobile app abandonment is becoming detrimental
"With an abundance of floating hardware split amongs various business units, we needed a way to centralize devices in order to reduce bottlenecks and increase productivity. Kobiton did just that, making us more efficient and allowing us to build a better product for our users."
Brian Baumgartner, Quality Assurance Manager