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post icon First Steps Towards Test Management

February 28, 2017 / by Daniel Huchthausen / In Methods

First Steps Towards Test Management

If you develop software it is inevitable to test the code that was programmed and there are several different ways to do that. For instance you can automate your tests or execute them manually. No matter how you carry out your tests you have to ensure that you test the right thing and that you test everything that is relevant. That is where test cases and scenarios come into play.

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post icon Functional Testing with Gauge

January 17, 2017 / by Daniel Huchthausen / In Quality

Functional Testing with Gauge

Gauge is a lightweight behavior driven testing framework that allows you to automate end-to-end tests. In this post we will show an example of how to write a test framework with Gauge in Java code. If you want to learn how to install and get started with Gauge, you should read this introductory post from our partner blog.

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post icon Testing Docker Infrastructure with Serverspec

October 06, 2016 / by Daniel Huchthausen / In Quality

Testing Docker Infrastructure with Serverspec

It is already quite common to describe infrastructure in code with e.g. Puppet or Chef. These days there is another option for that: Docker. Especially for Docker it is important to keep track of the infrastructure’s configuration, because sources for your containers might have changed or vanished. Therefore you should test your infrastructure to ensure that it is as expected. Serverspec offers you the ability to do exactly that.

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post icon Static Code Analysis with SonarQube

March 06, 2015 / by Daniel Huchthausen / In EcoSystem

Static Code Analysis with SonarQube

An easy way to implement continuous code inspection to software development projects is by using SonarQube. It offers various code inspection rules for a large number of programming languages. The application can be connected to continuous integration servers like Jenkins, Hudson, Gerrit, Bamboo or TeamCity via plugins. It provides you with a dashboard that tells you about the code quality of your projects. SonarQube is installed and ready to use on Cloudogu EcoSystem.

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