SoapUI_Dojo_936x110_04

Hypermedia and State Machines: RESTFest 2014

RobotsCompeting

"It is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor the most intelligent that survives. It is the one that is most adaptable to change." - not really Darwin https://storify.com/lindybrandon/restfest-2014-hypermedia-and-state-machines-of-cou … [Read more...]

3 Takeaways from Velocity New York 2014 (and What this Means for APM Solutions)

Velocity-NY-2014

While exhibiting with the SmartBear AlertSite UXM team in Velocity last week, I managed to skip away from the booth quite a bit to squeeze in as many sessions as possible. The more sessions I attended, the more some common themes started materializing. The three themes that … [Read more...]

API Readiness: do you have what you need?

Intro_Image

I recently had the opportunity to sit down with Clark Buckner of TechnologyAdvice and talk about one of my favorite subjects... APIs. Already a burgeoning industry, the API economy has sprouted wings recently and is now driving much of the software business economy, both at … [Read more...]

This Holiday Season Help Your Website Achieve Peak Performance – Part 1

Holiday Season E-Commerce

This is Part 1 of a multi-part blog series intended to provide you with information you need to succeed during the upcoming holiday season. So just sit tight and follow this series for tips you can put to use immediately to help ensure you avoid glitches this holiday season. … [Read more...]

A Short Overview of Service Virtualization [Video]

Service virtualization can be invaluable in helping to improve productivity, reduce testing costs, and deploy higher-quality software in a shorter timeframe. But what exactly is Service Virtualization? Here, Ole Lensmar gives a short overview of Service Virtualization and … [Read more...]

ISO 29119 Debate – A Historical Perspective Part 1

Railway track

Standardization has been a source of considerable tension between individual, corporate and governing entities since the dawn of industry. The imposition of commercial and industrial standards first started to take off during the Industrial Revolution. In one of the earliest … [Read more...]

Working with Hypermedia APIs

APIs

You have probably used APIs (application programming interfaces) of all sorts when creating applications. It doesn’t matter what the platform is, developers generally have to work with APIs to get any work done because modern applications rely on code that is written by … [Read more...]

User Experience Is Bigger Than Data

UX bigger than data

In a recent previous post,Why Today's APM Solutions Aren't Optimized for DevOps, I discussed the odd contradiction I’ve been noticing lately in the APM marketplace.  Fragmented approaches to APM are being promoted as solutions to support the DevOps ideal of continuous … [Read more...]

Synthetic Vs Real Application Monitoring: Why You Need Both

Synthetic_VS_Real_Pic

In order to properly manage your applications and user experience you need to start with monitoring them.  Application monitoring is evolving—from its beginnings of simply pinging a server to see if it is up, to new, more sophisticated techniques which monitor every detail … [Read more...]

Madden NFL’s ‘Tiny Titan’ Looms Large for Manual Testers

NFLManualTesting

Organizations are often caught in a catch-22 situation while striking a balance between manual and automated testing. Many believe that automating as many tests cases as possible will help them test faster and smarter, thereby allowing them to reduce costs associated with … [Read more...]

All Posts»