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How's the Quality of Your Upcoming Release? Find Out With Eggplant Release Insights.

8/9/18 / by Peter Cherns posted in Eggplant Release Insights, business KPIs, release quality, quality testing, User Experience, analytics, Performance testing, test coverage, bug hunting, predictive analytics, business outcomes

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Burndown charts, feature completeness, code quality, pass/fail testing. Dev and test managers have access to lots of data from many sources about an upcoming release. But none of it directly relates to business outcomes. While decisions might be influenced by data, they’re still largely subjective and more often based on experience. 

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Customer Experience Optimization: Improve the UX and Business Outcomes of Digital Software

8/8/18 / by John Bates posted in Customer Experience, customer experience optimization, Software test automation, intelligent monitoring, real user insights, UX, UX testing, continuous testing, analytics, continuous monitoring

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There are certain inalienable truths about businesses: they all want to succeed and they all want to beat their competitors. What's slightly different is how a business defines success. For a healthcare company, it might be lives saved. For an insurance company, it's the number of policies bought. For an e-commerce retailer, it's shopping basket conversions. 

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Three Key Lessons from Amazon’s Prime Day Performance Problems

8/7/18 / by Alex Painter posted in continuous monitoring, customer experience optimization, Real Customer Insights, Monitoring Insights, website performance, synthetic monitoring, Customer Experience Insights, User Experience, Performance testing, performance monitoring

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Just one hour of downtime cost Amazon an estimated $100 million in lost sales. Unless you were completely off the grid, you’re well aware of the performance issues Amazon and its shoppers experienced on what was touted to be the biggest Prime Day in the company’s history.

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Six Ways Intelligent Automation Helps You Optimize Mission Outcomes

8/2/18 / by John Bates posted in intelligent testing, fusion engine, Eggplant Digital Automation Intelligence Suite, QA, testing strategy, testing best practices, UX testing, UX, User Experience, testing automation, analytics, artificial intelligence, UI testing, APIs, API testing, AI-assisted testing

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Testing is critical for organizations like NASA, the US Army, Northrop Grumman, BAE Systems, Lockheed Martin, MBDA, the UK’s Ministry of Defense and the Metropolitan and Scottish Police, where lives are on the line. As we've worked with customers like these over many years, we've noticed how much more testing is than just making sure the system works — it’s about ensuring we test for mission success and continuously optimize mission outcomes. Whether you're designing systems for command and control (C2); to provide support for complex police operations, such as hostage negotiations; or for shooting down an enemy missile, you should plan your testing and monitoring strategy to continuously test against the desired mission outcomes. 

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Surviving Black Friday: Why Avoiding Outages Is No Longer Enough

7/24/18 / by Alex Painter posted in website performance, KPIs, real user monitoring, synthetic monitoring, Outage, Downtime, User Experience

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If you’re an online retailer, there’s a good chance you’re busy gearing up for the pre-holiday rush. Black Friday and Cyber Monday have been pushing retail sites to the limits of their ability to cope with surges in visitor numbers.

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Eggplant Functional 18.1: Exciting new features for faster, more efficient testing

7/17/18 / by Pamela Gillaspie posted in model-based testing, Eggplant AI, intelligent testing, Eggplant solutions, JUnit 5, Appium, UX, software testing, Functional testing

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Earlier this month, we released Eggplant Functional v18.1. This latest version introduces a variety of new features designed with speed and efficiency in mind, and to bring Eggplant Functional and Eggplant AI closer together. Read on to see what’s in store when you upgrade. 

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Introducing Eggplant AI 2.1 and New Accelerators

7/12/18 / by Gareth Smith posted in Eggplant AI, artificial intelligence, real user insights, model-based testing, real user monitoring, intelligent testing, continuous delivery, continuous integration

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An All New Performance Trends Report

7/10/18 / by Drew Post posted in KPIs, key performance indicators, website performance, UX, User Experience, performance trends, Digital Performance Management, real user monitoring, real user insights, Eggplant solutions, analytics, User experience testing

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The weather, the tennis, the football — with all the distractions, you’d think those of us on the Real User Monitoring team would be kicking our feet up, right? Not a chance! I'm super excited to tell you about our latest release: a brand-new version of our Performance Trends Report. 

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Deliver Faster User Journeys and Better Conversions on Black Friday

7/2/18 / by Alex Painter posted in user journey, Real User Experience, real user monitoring, synthetic monitoring, Digital Performance Management, Performance testing, Load testing

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While it may seem like a distant prospect, Black Friday is coming and retailers are busy preparing for the busiest shopping period of the year. The holiday season is normally a busy time for us too, as we start carrying out performance tests on retail sites to get an idea of how they’ll behave when unprecedented visitor numbers put systems under equally unprecedented strain.

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A Design Pattern for Automation Repeatability

6/20/18 / by Randy Hesse posted in QA, testing strategy, testing best practices, UX testing, User experience testing, software testing, Software test automation, workflow automation, automated testing project

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Some of my customers are trying to design an automated script to perform specific workflows with a predicted outcome. Unfortunately, the automated workflow they want to execute has many variations in their environment, and they’re having trouble creating a dynamic, automated script that handles environment deviation.

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