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4 Ways to Improve Your DevOps Testing

You already know the longer it takes to detect a problem, the more expensive it is to resolve. Your testing needs to happen earlier in the development pipeline while considering all aspects of privacy, security and monitoring.

Read the 4-part eBook to learn how to detect problems earlier in your DevOps testing processes by:

  • Proactively responding to your monitoring software
  • Integrating your security reqs in your initial development
  • Replicating real-world conditions to find unexpected variables
  • Performing continuous testing to uncover points of failure
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3 Ways Our Dev Teams Create Velocity with Multi-System Integrations

We use our integration platform to improve the quality of our products and services, accelerate continuous delivery, and minimize downtime.

Read three use cases that rely on key integrations and toolchains to remove the kinks that slow us down to:

  • Resolve product defects with tools including Zendesk, JIRA, and Slack
  • Monitor and automate releases using systems like Pingdom, JMeter, and Runscope
  • Manage major incidents by using tools like Zendesk, JIRA, and Confluence
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Is Your DevOps Pipeline Leaking?

As a DevOps leader it’s up to you to balance the autonomy and flexibility of a DevOps approach with the business value it was meant to create by making all your pipeline tools more collaborative, integrated, and automated. But challenges arise when you have multiple instances of the same tool, different tools with overlapping functionality, no ability to collaborate across teams—all resulting in unknown bottlenecks and complicated or no reporting.

Read this Gartner research note to learn how to patch any leaks in your DevOps toolchain with:

  • Common challenges of disparate DevOps tools
  • Recommendations for unifying toolchains
  • Tips to optimize your toolchain for continuous delivery
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