QA | Automation
Quality Assurance (QA) and Automation Testing are crucial components of the software development process, aiming to ensure that the developed software meets the specified requirements, is reliable, and functions correctly.
Quality Assurance & Automation
QA focuses on preventing defects and encompasses practices such as design reviews, code reviews, and process improvements. Its primary objective is to minimize errors and improve overall software quality.
Automation Testing, on the other hand, is a specific subset of software testing where automated tools and scripts are used to execute test cases, rather than manual testing performed by humans. Automation Testing can increase testing efficiency, reduce repetitive manual tasks, and provide faster feedback on software quality.
Quality Assurance is a broader concept that includes various activities to ensure software quality, while Automation Testing is a specific approach to software testing that leverages automated tools to improve efficiency and reduce manual effort. Both are essential to delivering reliable, high-quality software products.
We help Identify the critical quality criteria for the project and defining testable requirements and which tools, frameworks, and resources will be needed for QA and Automation
We support the roles and responsibilities of team members involved in QA and Automation and creating a a test strategy and test plan that outlines the testing process, including manual and automated testing
Our talent writes automated tests for various components and features of the software and executing both manual and automated tests, ensuring the software meets quality criteria and requirements.
Your extended team members monitor the software’s performance, stability, and security in production. Identifying areas for improvement and implementing necessary changes.
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Manual testing is performed manually by a human tester, while Automation Testing is performed using software tools. Manual testing can be time-consuming and susceptible to human error, while Automation Testing is increases the speed an accuracy of testing and tests are run continuously.
Continuous Integration (CI) is the practice of automatically building and testing software changes each time they are made. Continuous Testing (CT) is the process of continuously testing software throughout the development cycle, ensuring that quality standards are met.
Unosquare can support various technologies QA and Automation testing depending on the needs of your projects and the expertise of your technical teams. With the support of our Center of Excellence, we find the best fit for your positions across all experience levels in manual testing skills through expertise in Automation.
We are experts in test automation tools such as Selenium, Cypress, Cucumber, and many more. These tools are used to automate the testing process and improve testing efficiency. You’ll have access to talent with CI/CD tools such as Jenkins, Travis CI, and CircleCI. Cloud-based testing tools like BrowserStack and Sauce Labs. Performance testing tools such as JMeter and LoadRunner. Test Management tools like JIRA, TestRail, and Zephyr.
Our Center of Excellence leaders help mature your talent with a wide range of learning and career advancement initiatives across all experience levels to increase communication, software delivery, and talent retention.
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