In DevOps, it is crucial to shift non-functional testing to left to provide faster feedbacks on potential performance bottlenecks, security vulnerabilities and accessibility issues. The pipeline moves through different stages of testing and generates reports on non-functional defects, addresses test incidents and confirms the overall state of experience delivered by the application.
For this workshop, we have only considered selective non-functional checks. However, in practice, assuring experience consists of a large gamut of non-functional tests and practices.
Refer the diagram shown below for the types of tests for Experience Assurance:
Additionally, Practitioners can access Cognizant Thought Leadership on Security Assurance, by reading the blog by our subject matter expert on “Five Steps to Ensure Continuous Security with an Agile Approach”.
Well done! You have successfully fixed the error and executed the experience assurance pipeline.
Proceed ahead to the final module of this workshop.