Table of contents Teamscale in the test: Analyzing, monitoring and improving software quality Code change + test coverage = test gap Gap analysis, code repositories and data monitoring Features Evaluation basis: Cloud version, Linux and Docker Use Teamscale Conclusion Read the article in iX 4/2023
In order to deliver high-quality products in an increasingly complex and demanding software world, tool-supported quality control is required. Techniques such as Continuous Integration/Deployment, DevOps, Internet of Things, Internet of Production, Design Thinking and Lean Development depend on faster and shorter iterations as well as small-scale development. The small-scale cycles in software development are the basis of high software quality: An application does not become a finished, error-free product in one production step. Instead, developers continuously measure their quality during development and correct deviations from the target (errors) that are found.
They depend on flexible, reliable tools to get quick feedback on quality and not overlook any changes and corrections. Such tools are, for example, CodeCity and Seerene as well as Teamscale, which the company CQSE (Continuous Quality in Software Engineering) developed, a spin-off founded in 2009 from the Chair for Software and Systems Engineering at the Technical University of Munich.
More about software development: Dr. Carsten Wise
dr Carsten Weise works as a trainer for ISTQB certification courses and test automation at imbus AG.
Christoph Singer is a consultant with a focus on test automation at imbus AG.
Teamscale collects and prepares information about software creation and testing. The application is a server that can be reached via a web interface. The server can be installed natively, as a Docker image or as a cloud service. It can be controlled not only via the web interface, but also via a REST API.
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