Category Archives: Trends

The Top Security Breaches in History

Thanks to technology, most businesses these days are now able to process and manage data more
efficiently and effectively. However, as the internet and digital platforms become more of a necessity to process critical business information, the risk of being targeted for data breach also increases.

Jobs That Use Cisco CCNA Routing and Switching Certification and the Average Salaries

Holding a globally recognized credential such as the Cisco CCNA Routing and Switching certification is often considered to be an industry standard in the IT sector. Especially, the professionals who are seeking a job in the networking line of work are expected to earn this certification to validate their foundation networking knowledge and skill set.

Containers Vs VMs : Top 5 Differences you must know

Virtual Machines and Containers offer virtualization technology for creating scalable solutions.  Virtualization allows to quickly build and deploy  a large number of hosts or containers in a very short time and saves time and money as compared to installing and deploying physical servers.

Virtual machine ( VM )  have been around for few years from now and containers are picking up as new alternative to VM.  KVM, Xen, Hyper-V, AND ESXi are some of the popular hypervisor technologies for creating and managing VMs. Linux container technology have been available for more than 10 years in the form of LXC  but Docker containers have gained popularity in the last few years. Beside Docker other container technologies are   Solaris Containers, AIX Workload Partitions and FreeBSD jails

Here are top five difference between VMs and Containers.

Agile and Manual Testing in 2018 and Beyond

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The year 2017 was an exciting one for the software industry wherein many companies embraced Agile, DevOps, Scrum, and Continuous delivery models. With these approaches, software is now being rapidly developed and is released in the market a lot quicker than before. Most importantly, the quality of released software is more sustained and gaining the approval of both the stakeholder and the consumer. In fact, research by Technavio expects the global software testing market to grow steadily to around 14% in the coming years. The same study also reports that agile testing services are primarily responsible for the software growth in the market.

However, will these trends continue in 2018? What about the role of manual testers? We all know that software developers prefer software automation testing more because of its reliability, cost-effectiveness, and its ability to save time. But how will manual testers adopt to the growing changes in the future?