Automation

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When can Testsigma be your perfect Scriptless Test Automation Solution?

Scriptless test automation might mean different things to different people but the motive with which is made is to get better results in less time. Scriptless removes the barrier of learning and implementing a scripting language while you can automate the same scenarios. Today, test automation is moving towards scriptless. While there are multiple approaches to scriptless test automation, in this article we will discuss what makes Testsigma a perfect scriptless test automation solution.

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Automated Testing Software for web and mobile: some features you would need

It’s a known fact that automation testing is extremely crucial in maintaining software quality. Mobile applications and websites are a genuinely dynamic landscape with several new enhancements and advancements happening every day. To secure their quality and to help you deliver delightful experiences to your users and ones that’ll keep your users engaged with your products — testing is essential.

Hear From Product Automation & AIOps Lightning Talk

Learn about what's new with PagerDuty Runbook Automation & AIOps from the Summit 2021 Launch. Our Product team shares how you can benefit from our latest updates and enhancements and enjoy demos that were recorded live from Summit 2021 featuring PagerDuty Runbook Actions, Customer Change Event Transformer, Change Correlation, and Outlier Incident.
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Why automation is key if you're looking to scale your business

IT is not a technology cost, it’s a human resource cost! This is a fundamental concept MSPs need to keep in mind when they are looking at their businesses, but one many smaller MSPs tend to overlook. Think about it; for every business you’re supporting as an MSP, you’re doing so to ensure their IT infrastructure has stability of operation and is optimized to maximize staff productivity.

What's New in Rundeck 3.4

In this session we will give a live walkthrough covering new capabilities released in Rundeck 3.4. Learn about security and compliance improvements we’ve made including the ability to organize secrets management by project — so now each Runbook can access a different set of passwords and keys for its access control list (ACL). We also have a new plug-in for Thycotic users to manage secrets. Rundeck 3.4 now allows for queueing of jobs when those jobs must be run serially. Finally, we’ll discuss our vision for the future of Rundeck, and our primary development themes for the next year.

Adopting and maturing to service ownership with PagerDuty and Rundeck

Among the common goals of today’s engineering and operations teams is to adopt a culture of Service Ownership: “You build it, you own it.” As with many ancillary objectives to driving DevOps across an organization, this is easier said than done. Sometimes this is in small part due to the technology stack/architecture of a given company. But more often than not, this is because teams lack the human-to-technology mechanisms that allow for a culture of service ownership.

Adventures in operational automation

In this session, David Morse from Parsons will join Arturo Suarez Martin from Rundeck by PagerDuty to discuss his experiences using Rundeck to automate all-the-things. Learn new ideas for automation use cases. See how Runbook automation doesn’t just save staff time, but also improves quality of operations. Hear tips and tricks from experienced users of Rundeck for creating self-service operations, automating incident response, and supporting transformation to service ownership.