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VMs vs Containers

Containers vs Virtual Machines (VMs): A Detailed Comparison

While containers and virtual machines have a lot in common, they’re not the same thing. Each one has distinct advantages and disadvantages. You want to make…

Digital twin

Digital Twin: What It Is and How It’s Driving the Future of IT

We’re moving deeper into the fourth wave of the industrial revolution—or Industry 4.0, as some call it. To this end, we’re seeing rapid advancements taking place…

Software Delivery Orchestration: A Complete Introduction

Software delivery orchestration focuses on streamlining and automating multiple tasks related to your delivery pipeline. These tasks can range from software planning to testing, deployment, and…

cmbd

Configuration Management Databases: What Is a CMDB?

In this article, we go through important things to know about using and managing a CMDB. We discuss why having a CMDB is important, essential characteristics…

behavior driven development

Behavior-Driven Development: A Comprehensive Intro and Guide

Behavior-driven development (BDD) is several things: a language for defining the behavior of an application; a collaboration tool for engineers, testers, and product managers; and a…

user acceptance testing

User Acceptance Testing (UAT): What It Is and How to Adopt It

Have you heard of “user acceptance testing?” I’m afraid that for many of you reading this post, the answer will likely be “No.” Unlike other more…

test data management

Test Data Management: What This Means and 3 Tools to Use

Being part of the IT leadership in an organization might have its perks, but it also means you have to be familiar with tech jargon. For…

bimodal it

Bimodal IT: Definition, Implications, and Dangers

When you’ve been using a certain business method for a long time, you don’t start using a new one just because it’s shiny, new, and cool….

feature creep

Feature Creep Is a Problem. Learn How to Avoid It

Too much of a good thing will often turn out to be a bad thing, harmful even. Take salt, for instance. Food without salt is tasteless…

6 Secrets to Effective End User Testing

6 Secrets to Effective End User Testing

More than a checkbox at the end of the project – end user testing can be invaluable for the success of your project. End user testing…

The Importance of Requirements Traceability Matrix

The Importance of a Requirements Traceability Matrix

Tracking the requirements for each sprint, release and project can be difficult especially in fast paced development environments. Depending on the organization, application and adopted methodology,…

enterprise data mart

The Evolution of Test and the Enterprise Data Mart

Software testing has seen significant evolutionary changes that have driven greater efficiency and improved test coverage. However, this has not removed the need for software testing…