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Coding and Testing are two different segments that are dependent on each other. So, the other sector needs to progress if one must advance. For more than a decade, the development community has welcomed a “low-code” application development platform. 

So, how’s the testing community coping? 

To create low code development platforms, trailblazers in the software industry leverage automation powered by self-intuitive drag-and-drop elements. A development or testing platform with low code functions keeps the whole team aligned as everyone can understand it contextually and conceptually. 

In this blog, we will cover how these low-code platforms impact testing activities in a DevOps-driven development environment.  

DevOps is here to automate the agile methodology. Its purpose is to provide programmers and developers with the tools to respond to future business needs. Simply put, it aims to shorten the software development life cycle and fasten software product launches. 

Today, DevOps-based automation is evolving towards cloud-centric automation. As a result, significant public and private cloud service providers enable DevOps on their platforms by regularly integrating development tools. 

Such integrated systems lower the costs of DevOps on-premises automation while allowing centralized control for dependable DevOps operations. 

DevOps foster 

  • Collaborative development: An interface that’s easy to understand for all the departments keeps the team aligned for collaborative development. In addition, most of the low-code solutions are adaptable, with direct connectivity with critical suppliers and the ability for IT departments to turn APIs, commands, and web services into reusable infrastructure. 
  • Automation: Today no technological advancement is leaving the aspect of automation. Low-code platforms and DevOps tools together speed-up automated tasks and end-to-end processes. 
  • Improved Productivity: Low-code tools simplify the process life cycle. Such tools monitor processes and notify if there is a bug. Additionally, the technologies can aid in the elimination of process bottlenecks and needless delays. 
  • Continuous deployment: According to Gartners’ IT Automation Trends for 2022, Through 2024, enhancements in analytics and automatic remediation capabilities will refocus 30% of IT operations efforts, from support to continuous engineering. 
  • Low code helps address one of the most challenging aspects of DevOps, which is continuous deployment. Low code testing tools enable the QA team to write test cases for user story as it progresses in the development stage and incorporates the tests in the CI/CD process, enabling test execution in a single click. 
  • Continuous testing: Low-code testing provides several advantages in quality engineering, particularly when migrating from manual to test automation  Low-code testing helps to simplify a procedure that might otherwise need manual intervention. This transformation will help manual testing teams to do continuous testing and focus on upskilling personnel, assuring quality, and making transitions. 
  • Continuous feedback and iterations: Enterprises demand rapid evolution to suit customer expectations, and Low-code platforms provide tools to aid developers in iterating and changing current processes. 

Why does low code test automation make more sense in DevOps? 

  • Relying on custom scripts cannot support the diverse yet integrated needs. To optimize any system, you must start with aligning goals across distinct departments, followed by integrated platforms to support cross-functional and cross-platform businesses to digitalize their operations.  
  • There is a shortage of experienced developers who can manage end-to-end processes. Hence, automating regular steps can help developers focus on more critical tasks to learn and upskill. 
  • Constant releases are vital, but it requires continuous testing and the writing of new test scripts each time. With DevOps, you can automate scanty tasks. 

And finally, the need to deliver more in less time is achievable with low code test automation. Our TestingWhiz, a codeless test automation tool which allows you to clear your selenium debt as well as enables testing for various scenarios – like web, database, regression, and mobile testing in the same test case. 

It is a one-stop solution that you might need to accelerate DevOps with low code test automation. Testing Whiz is a robust 360-degree test automation platform for Agile teams.  

Let Cygnet Digital be your technology partner in growth and innovation. Reach out to us today!

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Cygnet Digital is a technology consulting and development company, that co-creates business growth strategies and delivers partnership value through the Power of Digital. We specialize in leading technologies such as Cloud Computing, AI/ML, and Blockchain with a focus on innovation and agility.

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