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    Top 7 Software Testing Trends to follow in 2021

     

    As we are moving towards the end of 2020, the trends in testing have begun to move to new verticals. As the number of applications organizations use increases, and as safety- and security-related expenses rise, software testing presently receives more attention than ever since. Here’s a list of some Software Testing Trends to keep in mind for 2021 and beyond.

    1. Robotic Process Automation (RPA) in Software Testing:

    Robotic Process Automation has been on the rise ever since, as the name suggests it features artificial intelligence (AI), cognitive computing, and the Internet of Things or IoT. This process has revolutionized the industry. The goal of RPA is to transmit the process of enactment from humans to bots. The RPA has been enforced with self-driving vehicles and has already laid a bar for upcoming business processes.

    2. Continuous Integration & Continuous Delivery (CI/CD):

    More or less every company sesking to enhance its business processes is attracted to CI/CD today. This enactment is also known as the CI/CD pipeline. This principle can deliver steady processes of crucial IT systems. The main advantage of this is that bugs of many types can be recognized quickly and not at the final stage of the project. Also, CI/CD enables putting the concept of DevOps into practice to the fullest.

    3. Agile and DevOps:

    Many companies are making use of the Agile framework and DevOps process for software testing. This key driver will be changing the business models and optimization of quality assurance automation tools and approaches. DevOps uses CI/CI principles, which helps in rapid software testing and release and DevOps methodology also erases the boundaries between testing, development, and operations to increase deployment speed, cut time to market, and promote higher ROI.

    4. IoT (Internet of Things) Testing:

    IoT Testing is on the surge with current technology development. IoT gives rise to many new things in terms of testing requirements, comprising a few unique device types like home appliances, watch sensors, etc. IoT Testing gives an integrated strategy to assess the practical and non-functional requirements of IoT solutions. As per a recent survey, IoT will see a considerable surge in growth, so will the testing associated with it.

    5. Performance Testing:

    Performance Testing is a non-functional testing technique performed to determine the system parameters, it is so much more than regular testing. Along with writing scripts to validate all the working features and their functionality, teams can also see the project as a whole by ensuring its security, performance, and usability. Low software performance directly affects the brand and the loyalty of customers, testers must ensure the accessibility of the applications on all systems and in countries with low network connection speed.

    6. AI and Machine Learning:

    In recent times, AI and Machine Learning have had a huge impact on Software Testing. AI will continue to grow in just about every facet of innovative technology and is to be $6-7 billion in North America alone and by 2025, global investment in AI is forecasted to reach nearly $200 billion. The other on which Automation is dependent is Machine Learning. Although predicting end-user behavior habits is still a task for human intelligence, ML-enabled predicting analytics can enhance human intelligence by identifying underexplored areas in applications.

    7. Testing Centers of Excellence (TCoE):

    Testing Centers of Excellence have been in discussions for a long time and researchers even speculate that it will become a new software testing trend in 2021. TCoE is a centralized testing platform that provides for standardizing test procedures and optimal utilization of resources for test purposes. The primary goal for building such centers is a necessity to build new standards. They help to enhance the workflow and interdependence within the teams. TCoE also enables organizations to lay the groundwork for efficient testing automation, and adjust the company’s quality assurance framework.

    The first thing that 2021 holds is a major update of many software in all fields. It’s important to detect bugs as soon as possible during its development and that can only happen if testers keep a tab on the latest techniques coming in. Therefore, it’s essential to follow the latest trends that might change the course of testing in the coming time.

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