This article is about the list of criteria for tools in test automation, the criteria catalogue, how it was validated and the results of this validation.
Determining which criteria are relevant when selecting a test automation tool is the basic requirement in the development of a criteria catalogue
The QA Navigation Board [https://blogs.zeiss.com/digital-innovation/en/qa-navigation-board/] enables teams to make targeted and efficient decisions for every software project with regard to aspects of quality assurance, their order of priority and their implementation. We have created a short video tutorial to explain how it works.
This blog post addresses the high standards of security and compliance that we have to meet in every software project. Trained security engineers are responsible for ensuring that we achieve this within any given project. An especially persistent challenge they face is dealing with the countless dependencies present in software projects, and getting them – and their variety of versions – under control.
Application Security Tools: Use for Static Application Security Testing & Software Composition Analysis
Im Bereich der Application Security gibt es verschiedene Konzepte, um das Ziel zu erreichen, zuverlässige und sichere Software zu entwickeln. In diesem Beitrag werden das Static Application Security Testing (SAST) und die Software Composition Analysis (SCA) als wichtige Bestandteile der Application Security vorgestellt. Zur Umsetzung dieser Konzepte und Erhöhung der Application Security können entsprechende Tools eingesetzt werden.
A not inconsiderable part of the work of a software architect consists of comparing different solution alternatives with each other. Decision tables or evaluation matrices are often used for this purpose, whereby both terms are usually used synonymously. This article aims to provide an insight into two basic approaches and to evaluate them according to their suitability.