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Being the contemporary cloud giants of the 21st century, AWS, AZURE, and GCP have a lot to offer. While AWS has years of experience backing it up, GCP seems to be the prodigy of cloud-based programming, providing limited but premium services. AZURE is smacked right in the middle, boasting remarkable performance second only to AWS.
This article is a companion to Creative Production Flows for Distributed Innovation Teams. It should be noted that the Innovation Accelerator is now part of SogetiLabs’ Thinkubator Business enterprise innovation platform and services.
Innovation Management is critical in innovation pipelines deployed on Thinkubator Business. All the creative output from design thinking will yield little results if the production is not aligned with enterprise innovation growth objectives. This alignment is essential for delivering a positive impact to the business.
The trend is that businesses want to make their customers happier by delivering faster and with higher quality. At the same time, we have to deal with more devices, more dependencies and complex functionality delivered by systems of systems, which means we actually have to test more than before. These trends that stand in opposition demand a different way of working where we can achieve higher quality faster. One part of this alternative way of working is test automation. Unfortunately, it is not as easy as to just do it and achieve benefits. A lot of test automation efforts fail or do not give the benefits hoped for. To succeed, we need a smarter test automation and here are three ways to achieve this.
Most firms have some experience with Robotic Process Automation (or RPA). Some have built RPA development factories to accelerate delivery of bots. Others have only dipped their toes in the water with some pilots.
But leveraging RPA alone, without the context of a broader automation strategy, often poses challenges for organizations.
Over the last few years I’ve seen a number of articles on how, as IT professionals, we can work to build users’ trust in the systems we produce. Clearly this is important, as a system that is not trusted by its targeted users will not be used, or will be used in efficiently.