WE SEE QUALITY CONTROL AS THE PREVENTIVE APPLICATION OF FUNCTIONAL AND NON-FUNCTIONAL REQUIREMENTS THROUGHOUT THE LIFE CYCLE BASED ON ROLES, WORKFLOWS, TOOLS AND ARTEFACTS FOCUSING ON QUALITY CONTROL, CODE QUALITY CONTROL AND ARCHITECTURE TESTING.

CONTINUOUS QUALITY CONTROL IS THE OPTIMISED IMPLEMENTATION OF QUALITY CONTROL THAT MAXIMISES COVERAGE AND EFFICIENCY BASED ON RE-USE, AUTOMATION AND INTEGRATION OF CONTINUOUS INTEGRATION PROCESSES, CODE QUALITY CONTROL, UNIT TESTING, FUNCTIONALITY, SECURITY AND PERFORMANCE TESTING AND OF TECHNOLOGIES, WORKFLOWS AND APM ARTEFACTS THROUGHOUT THE APPLICATION LIFE CYCLE.

Factors at stake

The practice of continuous quality assurance (CQA) and devops aims to succeed in the following challenges:

  • High costs for a quality control scope that is  often reduced to a manual functional test.
  • Late scheduling of quality control and limited availability of the test infrastructure.
  • Redundant and fragmented responsibilities and activities, resulting in an increase in costs and difficulties in producing reports and controls.
  • High risk of quality issues in production impacting application availability and performance and the customer experience.
  • Discontinuity between quality control in development and testing and controls during production, which limits the possibility of re-using solutions and continually improving the quality control model.
  • Reduction in the time and effort required to obtain results recurringly from the 20% most important tests regarding functionality and performance.

Our know-how

Solution factors and how they interact ensure:

  • The design of reusable tests irrespective of the type and stage of test.
  • Automated implementation of reusable tests.
  • System and interface simulation, as required to carry out the test.
  • Unification and integration of filings, dashboards and reports from quality control results.
  • Advanced analysis and diagnosis of capabilities.

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