Advice on how to learn network penetration testing skills

By Michaela Goss

The saying, "If it isn't broken, don't fix it," doesn't necessarily line up with the idea of network penetration testing, where a tester breaks into something typically to fix it. Understanding that foundational aspect is critical to learn network penetration testing skills. While pen testing benefits various systems, networks are especially critical to secure and protect.

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Desktop Version of Mabl's Low-Code Automated Testing Tool Released in Beta

By John K. Waters

Boston based provider of low-code testing tools, today announced the beta release of a desktop version of its test automation application for APIs and mobile web browsers. Designed to enable high-velocity software teams to scale test coverage in a unified platform, the app provides integrated end-to-end test capabilities for DevOps teams faced with accelerating deployment schedules.

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Applause Automates App Testing via SaaS Platform

By MIKE VIZARD

Applause today unfurled a software-as-a-service (SaaS) platform that makes it easier to automatically create test automation scripts without having to write code.At the same time, the company is adding support for an application programming interface (API) through which DevOps teams can send new features to be tested by the Applause platform.

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Mabl Adds Beta of Desktop Continuous Testing Tool

By MIKE VIZARD

Mabl today announced availability of a beta version of a desktop tool for creating tests that can be applied to browsers and application programming interfaces (APIs) using a low-code tool. Dan Belcher, co-founder of Mabl, said the goal is to make it simpler to streamline testing processes as responsibility for application quality assurance (QA) continues to shift left within the context of a DevOps workflow.

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Applause In-Sprint Testing

By Sean Kinney

Moving testing earlier in the software development lifecycle — known as a ‘shift-left’ approach — lets you test in smaller chunks and fail fast, which increases both development velocity and release frequency. While many development teams tackle this manual feature testing internally, you don’t need to anymore.

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Solving test and integration challenges for Open RAN

By Sean Kinney

With greenfield builds in Japan and the U.S., and a major commitment from European operators, Open RAN is poised to have a meaningful impact on the way networks are bought and built. In this Q&A, Eng Wei Koo, director of technology, 5G solutions, with Keysight Technologies, discusses current momentum and considerations for testing and integrated disaggregated radio systems.

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