Date Created: 7/24/14
Date Updated: 1/11/2018
IDEA: Moving the database into the Amazon cloud was not an easy decision for the Sackett Group -- after all, they depended on their SQL Server for 24/7 availability. IDEA: An unwanted visitor could easily shut down the server for everyone by sending it corrupt authentications. App-Project eliminated this risk by putting in a cloud based VPN that created a hardened point of entry for authorized users. BENEFIT: Downtime due to Intrusion Attempts AVOIDED.
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A BUSINESS CASE FOR OUR SITE-TEST PROJECT
Here are the points that resonated with the business.
benefit of automated testing
- saves 10%-50% developer time. developers get work done faser.
- allows bugs to be found more quickly, thus reducing business impact.
- increases the velocity of development.
- more comprehensive than manual testing; run full regression every time
- supports rapid integration testing and operations tests, useful for doing rapid deployments
benefit of this tool specifically
- creates generic java platform for building tests written in java
- allows site to be tested in maven/jenkins/gradle toolchain
- safely manages credentials, excluding them from shared repo
- provides selenium webdriver and Browserstack capability for java shops
- Use Selenium IDE. This deprecated product is limited to Firefox.
- Use manual testing with scripts and checklists. This is how we currently do things. It is error-prone and in many cases problems have slipped through. It does not give developers immediate feedback and is expensive to do for multiple devices.
Because getting there should be easy and fast.