Using Test Environment Management to Reduce Costs and Eliminate Defects
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Using Test Environment Management to Reduce Costs and Eliminate Defects

How Mature is Your Test Environment?

Reduce Defects & Lower Costs

When companies are driven to release production software at an ever-faster rate, testing can become compromised.

In this whitepaper, you’ll learn:

  • The state of test environments in 2016
  • How a lack of testing leads to defects, angry customers, and higher costs.
  • An elegantly simple solution, allowing developers to rigorously test their applications and deliver on time.

Using Software Test Environment Management to Reduce Cost

Software Test Environments currently exist in a rather disorganized, immature form. As stated, a lot of early-stage test environments get set up and run on local machines. Developers have total control over these machines, and thus the testing process goes rather well.

As the development process inches towards production, however, environments tend to get more complex. As software releases move through various phases such as system integration testing, non-functional testing, user acceptance testing and into staging, the complexity of the environments and associated costs with supporting these environments can grow exponentially.