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How to make automated testing for Adaptive Autosar

Jan 25, 2021 | Joona Sinisalo

The Challenge: Automating C++

We started a collaboration with TietoEVRY regarding test automation for AUTOSAR. They had implemented a PoC of Execution Management which is a functional cluster in Adaptive AUTOSAR Platform. Execution Management handles startup, monitoring and shutdown of Adaptive Applications, but the system built on C++ was missing a comprehensive and scalable testing solution.

In Adaptive AUTOSAR services and APIs are implemented using C++. Qentinel Pace, a cloud based hyper-scalable test automation platform, is known for its ability to automate UI-level testing of web-based systems. Could Qentinel Pace be used to automate testing for Execution Manager functionality?
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Accelerating DevOps with cloud-based test automation: A case study of doing what we preach

Jan 19, 2021 | Esko Hannula

Qentinel Pace is Qentinel’s cloud-based test automation platform. It was built on three premises: scale, speed, and transparency. Because the scale of testing keeps growing test automation platforms must scale, too: from a single developer to a large organization, from small test volumes to huge volumes – and back. Because the software release times are shrinking, testing must be fast: time must not be wasted on patching test environments or maintaining cumbersome test cases. Because both speed and quality are important, decisions about releasing software or changing something in the software process must be fast and fact-based.

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Select the right KPIs for test automation

Dec 04, 2020 | Qentinel

Test automation is meant to reduce the cost of testing, improve quality, and shorten time to value. It is possible to achieve all of these. Test automation has never been a silver bullet, though. Many automation efforts fail because of inflated expectations, wrong tools, and poor implementation.

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What you need to know about efficiency and effectiveness in test automation?

Nov 18, 2020 | Qentinel

Year 2021 will be a year of DevOps. This means, it will be a year of automation, too, because there is no DevOps without automation. Sure, DevOps has been around for a decade already but there are, in fact, very few places that can honestly say they have DevOps in place. This is largely because of inadequate automation.

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4 Perspectives of Speed in Software Development

Nov 11, 2020 | Esko Hannula

Speed is essential in today’s business. Some people even say speed equals to life, or at least to being alive.

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Robots and Humanity: How robots can humanize management?

Nov 06, 2020 | Dirk Strubberg

Humane work must meet the needs of people, contribute to the development of their potentials and promote their competencies.

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