DevOps with TestOnNeed – Let us do it for you

In the Product Development Lifecycle (PDLC), the development team created a web, mobile or product API application which worked while being tested in their local computer and local testing environment. But, as soon as the system testing, or even customer acceptance testing team got a hand of it, the application wouldn’t work in the public and/or private cloud production environment. When such failure happens, the blaming starts–system testing team says there was a faulty release, development team says everything works fine in their local environment. As a result, there are delayed releases and customers dissatisfaction with the product/service.

TestOnNeed has been helping startups, small and medium to resolve this problem by introducing DevOps (we call it “TestOps”) practice that improves communication between traditionally separate development and testing teams. We help them to re-use testing procedures and resources throughout the PDLC via automation to improve the overall efficiency of the team to deliver high-quality products on time. Moreover, TestOps is not only applicable for development and testing teams, but also for different cross-functional teams who are involved in the PDLC such as entrepreneurs, project management teams, IT department, customers, production teams, deployment teams, marketing teams and more. 

TestOnNeed improves collaboration and cohesion between different cross-functional teams starting with source code management, build management, quality and test management, infrastructure management, configuration management and deployment management. We automate them all using continuous development and continuous integration (CDCI) pipeline that improves the product delivery efficiency. Our product experts advise the teams on multiple TestOps tools such as Git, Gerrit, Maven, Robot Framework, Junit, AWS, Ansible, and Jenkins. 

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