The best way to find that out is to either attend, or get involved with people that attend top level performance workshops like WOPR.
Latest advances in performance testing
Performance testing continues to evolve to meet the growing demands of the modern enterprise. It’s no secret that the industry has upgraded from its predominantly manual roots (rooms full of QA personnel administering tests) to a world influenced by automation. Also, change has occurred in the application types and systems under test. Further, the business application testing process has been altered by the proliferation of mobile devices (think IoT) requiring a human to machine and machine to machine interaction. As the testing environments change so too the ways that test practitioners approach their to-do list. We see some trends on the 2019- 2020 horizon that will influence the theory and practice of performance testing. These trends are:
As Shift Left continues, more Devs will be working on performance tests
Increased reliance on defining test processes as code to create efficiency in CI/CD pipelines orchestration
Increased use of APM to support Shift Right performance monitoring
Greater repurposing of functional testing assets
Increased use of AI and APM to fully automate test processes
Continued support for the bimodal enterprise
A broader approach to testing Enterprise Resource Planning applications such as SAP
There is a testing tool called QAppAssure. It simplifies integration with Jenkins/JIRA/Slack/TestRail and acts as an integrated test case management module to assist in managing a firm’s testing teams. It provides both APIs and UI options to integrate QAppAssure with CI/CD tools, issue management portal, test case management portal, and messaging channels and raise pre-configured bugs report directly from the portal.
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