Adopting Cloud Testing for Continuous Delivery, with the premier global provider of IT market research - presented by SOASTA with IDC as a guest

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IDC, the premier global provider of IT market research, and SOASTA, an IDC industry leader in cloud testing know that maintaining leadership means moving quickly to outpace the competition. Both IDC ...

IDC, the premier global provider of IT market research, and SOASTA, an IDC industry leader in cloud testing know that maintaining leadership means moving quickly to outpace the competition. Both IDC and SOASTA work with clients to realize the benefits that cloud computing brings to delivering high quality, rapidly deployable web and mobile applications.

Join them in this webinar where you will hear:

IDC speak on:

Perspectives on the state of cloud computing for agile web and mobile development
Market dynamics and maturity around the cloud and cloud testing
Recommendations for getting started with cloud testing
SOASTA speak on:

The business drivers for cloud and virtualization
Customer goals of using and implementing cloud testing
The road to implementing cloud testing in a continuous integration model
Case studies of customer cloud testing success
SOASTA’s services and technology will be highlighted and demonstrated as a solution for continuous web and mobile testing as utilized by the Paychex team.

Who Should Attend?

Senior IT Management
Development and QA Executives and Directors
Performance team leads and engineers
Test Automation leads and engineers
Mobile Development and Testing team leads and engineers

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  • Highlights and Key MessagesQuestion: What are the biggest challenges you face in launching mobile applications, whether or not you are developing applications internally?HighlightsLeading challenges concern:Level of investment and maintenance required to support rapidly evolving mobile IT infrastructure Building up or accessing resource expertise in the design, development and testing of mobile apps across multiple mobile platformsKey MessagesEnterprise business priorities to grow revenue and innovate while improving internal operational efficiencies will lead many organizations to seek help from 3rd parties in implementing mobile strategiesIt will be a challenge to keep up with the rapid pace of change in mobile OSs while addressing mobile security mandates, designing to different form factors, providing a smooth, productive customer experience
  • Every one of SOASTA’s customers have faced all of the challenges just discussed. It doesn’t matter which size or vertical, the common thread is a critical project with expected, or more often, completely unknown, levels of user traffic that can make or break the campaign, event, launch or even the whole company.Here are a few of our favorites: (choose one or two)Verizon WirelessTo prep for the first non-ATT carrier support of iPhone, Verizon Wireless had run internal lab testing with HP LoadRunner but knew that they were unprepared for an external rush of millions of new iPhone subscribers. And they were right, The SOASTA team started with a 25,000 user target, and the system fell down at 50 with firewall issues. But, after subsequent On-Demand testing, every piece of the system was tested and tuned, and the iPhone launch was a complete success and their CEO stated that the iPhone order exceeded anything they’d ever seen.WalmartDuring the holiday shopping season, Walmart.com sees more traffic that any other retail site on the planet. They had tried testing services like Keynote, but we’re never confident with the results. After experiencing CloudTest On-Demand, they modified their delivery approach to include production performance testing and use us every year to assure they are covered.London 2012The 2012 Olympics sites saw a billion page views in just the first few days - but they were ready. 6 months before the games, they’d begun a series of On-Demand tests with us. By the time the games started, they’re run over 500 tests of their website and associated mobile apps with load tests of 400,000 concurrent users coming from locations across the globe. And…performance was flawless.NASA/JPLNASA’s Jet Propulsion Lab called 4 days before the historic Mars Curiosity landing. They we’re expecting over 100,000 individual users accessing live streaming video during the landing. They’d planned well, using cloud infrastructure to scale for the surge, but they hadn’t tested and couldn’t afford to go black during such a momentous event. SOASTA’s On-Demand team tested for extreme load and even for failover in the event of server outages. The landing and the live streaming made history as a complete success.We have a ton of these great stories, and many of them are documented and available from our site for you to check out.
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Adopting Cloud Testing for Continuous Delivery, with the premier global provider of IT market research - presented by SOASTA with IDC as a guest Adopting Cloud Testing for Continuous Delivery, with the premier global provider of IT market research - presented by SOASTA with IDC as a guest Presentation Transcript

  • 1© 2013 SOASTA. All rights reserved.Webinar Presents How cloud computing has impacted the Quality as a Service marketplace Joined by:
  • 2© 2013 SOASTA. All rights reserved. Market perspectives and applications of cloud testing TODAY’S SOASTA PRESENTERS Melinda Ballou: Program Director, Application Life-Cycle Management, IDC Brad Johnson: VP Product Marketing, SOASTA Mike Ostenberg: Sr. Solutions Architect, SOASTA Agenda: • Poll question • Market Perspective and Recommendations (IDC) • Cloud Testing Drivers and Use-Cases (SOASTA) • Overview and Demonstration of a Leading Cloud Testing Platform Questions: Submit in chat box during event
  • 3© 2013 SOASTA. All rights reserved. Melinda Ballou
  • Copyright 2013 IDC. Reproduction is forbidden unless authorized. All rights reserved. Adopting Cloud Testing for Continuous Delivery: Evolving Quality to Address Complexity Melinda Ballou IDC Program Director Application Lifecycle Management & Executive Strategies
  • Jul-13© 2013 IDC 5 Industry Highlights: Trends Driving ASQ & ALM Adoption & Services  Organizations re-invest, seeking to do more with fewer resources with financial and staffing constraints; leveraging efficient, agile approaches to restore and sustain high performing, business-critical software.  Complex sourcing/off-shoring plus use of open source need strong teaming, effective code management, testing, change and IT project portfolio management. Services driven environment (SaaS/cloud,Devops emergence)  Global economic competition and local compliance across geographies demand quality, change and portfolio management, adaptability and rigor  Flexible, agile development paradigm with services creation increasingly drive technology and business collaboration; agile emergence also disruptive  Increasing security issues (as driver) and virtualization/cloud (as enabling technology) for ALM adoption; ad hoc approaches unsustainable  End-user experience and business impact challenges of rich Internet, mobile, embedded, with social media collaboration/community opportunities  SaaS license delivery mechanisms bring new models, de-capitalization benefits, flexibility, adoption speed, limit complexity, cloud on-ramp
  • Jul-13© 2013 IDC 6 ―Quality Gap‖: High Cost of Failure, Cloud Benefits to Address Challenges Poor Quality = Increased Business Risk Lost Revenue ($$$$$) Lost Customers Lost Productivity Increased Costs Lower ProfitsDamaged Brand
  • Jul-13© 2013 IDC 7 App Development Life-Cycle: Old View Rapidly Shifting Assumes: Unidirectional flow, limited # of handoffs Result: Silos within project team; gulf with operations Little understanding how efforts impact overall result Testing takes place LATE in the cycle! Define Design Develop Test OPS Issues
  • Jul-13© 2013 IDC 8 Closing the Loop: Leverage Skills & Tools for Agile, Iterative Approach Design Define Develop Support Deploy & Monitor Test & Tune • Shared goals, • Shared metrics, • Shared tests, tools and skills • Shared virtual lab • Quick iterations can be disruptive • Demand mgmnt • Cloud adaptability • Enabling agile infrastructure access
  • Jul-13© 2013 IDC 9 Three Key Challenges for IT IT must deliver new applications that have greater business value and higher quality, while managing costs …in the face of these 3 key challenges:  Increasing criticality of applications to the business  Increasing complexity of software systems and applications (from web to mobile to embedded… encompassing social systems of engagement to feed systems of record, performance demand with Big Data Analytics for business optimization)  Increasingly distributed teams with multi-sourcing of applications (from onshore to offshore to open source)
  • Jul-13© 2013 IDC 10 Barriers to Prior Testing Approaches – Cloud Testing Drivers • Agile velocity demands immediate, frequent, iterative testing • Lack of system resources constrains testing usage – expense limits ability to mirror production configurations (mobile issues) • User tendency to hoard physical systems for testing creates bottleneck & expense – need for management & coordination • Challenges to test system configuration & lengthy set-up times limit usage and delays testing • Lack of change management for testing configurations creates pain points for consistent testing and re-testing • Need for variable provisioning for complex software deployment (including mobile) increasingly drives cloud adoption for testing to cut costs and increase business agility
  • Jul-13© 2013 IDC 11 Coordinating across the Life-Cycle • Coordinating requirements, testing, and operational performance is key across emerging technologies • Slow response time costs prohibitive for core business areas • Organizations should leverage quality automation through requirements, unit test, system integration, pre-deployment & application performance testing with emerging cloud platforms • Evaluating test automation for synthetic transactions and real user measurement and monitoring can help teams react and manage user application experience • As business requirements change, a cogent life-cycle approach enables adaptive testing and monitoring responses • Look to ALM SaaS alternatives initially as an on-ramp to cloud where appropriate – strategize through to deployment
  • Jul-13© 2013 IDC Q. Your organization's adoption of cloud services? Source: IDC CloudTrack Survey, Winter 2012 n=493 % of Respondents Adoption Is Building by Cloud Type
  • Jul-13© 2013 IDC Source: IDC CloudTrack Survey, Winter 2012 n=493 Mean rating by respondents Q. How concerned are you about cloud...? (1-5 scale; 5 = extremely concerned) Performance One of Top Three Concerns: Testing On & Of Cloud Can Help
  • Jul-13© 2013 IDC Cloud Computing Public Cloud Plans: Cloud Testing Emerging 6.7% 9.0% 10.0% 9.7% 9.3% 9.3% 11.3% 12.0% 6.7% 7.3% 8.7% 9.3% 10.0% 11.0% 9.0% 12.0% 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% Use cloud for developing applications Use cloud for testing applications Use cloud for PaaS Use cloud for application integration Use cloud compute or storage resources Use cloud database software Use cloud for management & monitoring Use cloud applications No plans to Use Evaluating Now Beginning to Use Using Now Will Use in 2012/13 DK No Cloud Familiarity 14 What plans does your company have regarding public cloud services? (multiple response) IDC 2011 NA Cloud Survey, N=300 IT Developer and IT Management Respondents
  • Jul-13© 2013 IDC Cloud Computing Perspective on Cloud Computing Capabilities 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% Lower overall cost Fast application development Lower admin cost Makes IT far less complex Applications that always scale up/down Avoidance of up front costs Fast application deployment Standardized AD&D Pay only for what you use Immediate access to technology Access to latest functionality Completely Agree Mostly Agree Agree Mostly Disagree Completely Disagree DK No Cloud Familiarity 15 How much do you agree that cloud computing delivers the following capabilities? (multiple response) IDC 2011 NA Cloud Survey, N=300 IT Developer and IT Management Respondents
  • Jul-13© 2013 IDC Cloud Computing Expected Benefits 0% 5% 10% 15% 20% 25% 30% 35% 40% 45% DK or NS Other No perceived benefits Access to best of breed tools Access to more dev tool functionality Easier AD&D of SOA applications Standardized tools Tool access to test applications Tool access to deploy applications Access to integrated tool suite Access to most up to date tools Tool access to build applications More cost effect AD&D 16 What benefits does your organization expect to gain by using public cloud services? (multiple response) IDC 2011 NA Cloud Survey, Cloud Knowledgeable, N=277 IT Developer and IT Management Respondents
  • Jul-13© 2013 IDC 0 20 40 Other Test data and test bed preparations to resemble live scenarios under high volume Reusability of test artifacts to address rapid change in application functionalities Complexity of test scenarios to design and execute Ability to optimize usage of different platform resources (e.g. CPU, memory, battery) Designing to different form factors (e.g. smartphone versus tablet) Managing to robust security architecture and protection of end user application data Rapid pace of change in mobile OS / hardware landscape Expertise / developing skill sets across multiple mobile OS platforms Investing in and maintaining varied mobile infrastructures 1.2% 6.5% 7.1% 13.2% 16.6% 26.5% 26.5% 32.3% 34.8% 35.4% Total N=325 Top Challenges in Launching Mobile Applications 17 Share of Responses (%) Highlights and Key Messages Question: What are the biggest challenges you face in launching mobile applications, whether or not you are developing applications internally?  Highlights  Leading challenges concern:  Level of investment and maintenance required to support rapidly evolving mobile IT infrastructure  Building up or accessing resource expertise in the design, development and testing of mobile apps across multiple mobile platforms  Key Messages  Enterprise business priorities to grow revenue and innovate while improving internal operational efficiencies will lead many organizations to seek help from 3rd parties in implementing mobile strategies  It will be a challenge to keep up with the rapid pace of change in mobile OSs while addressing mobile security mandates, designing to different form factors, providing a smooth, productive customer experience Note: Multiple responses allowed
  • Jul-13© 2013 IDC -Develop near, mid, and long-term goals for transformation & cloud • Understand what’s utilized or not, and what’s bought and developed at the line of business • Base your plan on your organization’s business goals, governance/compliance profile, IT skillsets, and data center investments • Develop a “visualization” plan for a hybrid cloud strategy that takes you from your current state to your end state, based on level of virtualization, focus on infrastructure vs. apps, etc • Make sure your plan puts your priorities first – whether cost reduction, consolidation, expansion into new competencies like mobile, analytics, data management, etc. -Identify easy payback/low downside projects for public cloud services • Develop/test/deploy and other compute and storage-intensive tasks • Non-differentiating front-office functions first, the rest can follow -- Land then expand • Investigate service management and brokerage tools for oversight into performance, service quality, usage -Go at your own pace • A majority of companies will always have on-premise gear, and ―hybrid‖ cloud deployments • Due diligence: compute and storage IaaS clouds are inexpensive, but mistakes are costly • Be prepared to be more of a services broker, and deal with different types of outside providers than you’re used to: get ready for change Guidance for Cloud Testing Adoption Take a Strategic View of Cloud Sourcing
  • Jul-13© 2013 IDC 19 Summary • IDC saw 37.7% revenue growth for cloud testing and ASQ SaaS in 2012 with five year CAGR through 2017of 31.1 (to reach $1.01B); re-assess options as solutions expand • ASQ and development teams must bridge the gap to operations to gain access to appropriate cloud infrastructure for quality; help leverage and coordinate mobile quality • IDC recommends an encompassing approach to business and IT management that includes cloud and SaaS testing  IT organizations should actively lobby the business and operations for access to cloud testing in the short-term and for other ALM areas over time  Executive management must plan for incorporation of cloud as part of the overall IT portfolio to increase business adaptability and cut costs for multi modal software Companies should view cloud testing and ASQ SaaS as part of a comprehensive strategy from dev and provisioning through to build and operational planning. This strategy should include mobile as a bridge from systems of engagement to systems of record & operations.
  • Jul-13© 2013 IDC Melinda Ballou Program Director, Application Life-Cycle & Executive Strategies 1. Business/IT alignment 2. IT-PPM & PPM strategies 3. IT staffing strategies 4. Business strategy 5. IT portfolio mgmt. Contributing Analysts 18 Melinda Ballou Program Director, Application Life-Cycle Mgmt & Executive Strategies mballou@idc.com
  • 21© 2013 SOASTA. All rights reserved. Brad Johnson @bradjohnsonsv
  • 22© 2013 SOASTA. All rights reserved. o Time To Market 6 week delivery plan @ Google http://www.thechromesource.com/u nderstanding-chromes-six-week- release-cycle/ Rapid updates and adoption
  • 23© 2013 SOASTA. All rights reserved. o Time to market o Global access and device options
  • 24© 2013 SOASTA. All rights reserved. o Time to market o Global access and device options o End user reach and quality expectations
  • 25© 2013 SOASTA. All rights reserved. Speed Global access and device options • 800,000 servers – 54 locations – 17 countries Affordability Time to market • Test Fast End user reach and quality expectations • Frequent, iterative, realistic for high coverage Scale
  • 26© 2013 SOASTA. All rights reserved. o Understand your requirements o Identify the cloud advantages for you o Automate the obvious and most critical o Connect to a continuous process o Align teams with actionable information
  • 27© 2013 SOASTA. All rights reserved. http://www.soasta.com/customers/case-studies/
  • 28© 2013 SOASTA. All rights reserved. o ―a leader in Cloud Testing and ASQ SaaS‖ o ―leading innovator in the cloud testing arena‖ o ―Overall, SOASTA is well positioned as a best of breed vendor in this arena.‖ o ―Differentiators for SOASTA are its strength in cloud-based testing and evolving mobile support and a free CloudTest Lite version‖ SOURCE: IDC MarketScape: Worldwide Cloud Testing and ASQ SaaS 2012– 2013 Vendor Analysis — Enabling Business Agility and Quality in the Cloud, by Melinda-Carol Ballou, February 2013, IDC #237597, http://www.idc.com/getdoc.jsp? containerId=237597 IDC MarketScape vendor analysis model is designed to provide an overview of the competitive fitness of ICT suppliers in a given market. The research methodology utilizes a rigorous scoring methodology based on both qualitative and quantitative criteria that results in a single graphical illustration of each vendor’s position within a given market. The Capabilities score measures vendor product, go-to-market and business execution in the short-term. The Strategy score measures alignment of vendor strategies with customer requirements in a 3-5-year timeframe. Vendor market share is represented by the size of the circles. Vendor year-over-year growth rate relative to the given market is indicated by a plus, neutral or minus next to the vendor name.
  • 29© 2013 SOASTA. All rights reserved. Mike Ostenberg
  • 30© 2013 SOASTA. All rights reserved. TouchTest Continuous Automated Testing of Mobile Applications CloudTest Load & Performance mPulse Real User Monitoring
  • 31© 2013 SOASTA. All rights reserved. SUT/AUT Web Server Web Server App ServerWeb Server Web Server App Server App Server App Server Load Balancer Cache Cache Databas e CloudTest Architecture
  • 32© 2013 SOASTA. All rights reserved. SUT/AUT Web Server Web Server App ServerWeb Server Web Server App Server App Server App Server Load Balancer Cache Cache Databas e Customers CloudTest Architecture
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  • 34© 2013 SOASTA. All rights reserved. SUT/AUT Web Server Web Server App ServerWeb Server Web Server App Server App Server App Server Load Balancer Cache Cache Databas e CloudTest Architecture Analytics CloudTest Databas e Main ―Conductor‖―Conductor‖
  • 35© 2013 SOASTA. All rights reserved. SUT/AUT Web Server Web Server App ServerWeb Server Web Server App Server App Server App Server Load Balancer Cache Cache Databas e CloudTest Architecture Analytics CloudTest Databas e Main ―Conductor‖―Conductor‖ Perf Tester 1
  • 36© 2013 SOASTA. All rights reserved. SUT/AUT Web Server Web Server App ServerWeb Server Web Server App Server App Server App Server Load Balancer Cache Cache Databas e CloudTest Architecture Analytics CloudTest Databas e Main ―Conductor‖―Conductor‖ Perf Tester 1
  • 37© 2013 SOASTA. All rights reserved. SUT/AUT Web Server Web Server App ServerWeb Server Web Server App Server App Server App Server Load Balancer Cache Cache Databas e CloudTest Architecture Analytics CloudTest Databas e Main ―Conductor‖―Conductor‖ Perf Tester 1
  • 38© 2013 SOASTA. All rights reserved. SUT/AUT Web Server Web Server App ServerWeb Server Web Server App Server App Server App Server Load Balancer Cache Cache Databas e CloudTest Architecture Analytics CloudTest Databas e Main
  • 39© 2013 SOASTA. All rights reserved. SUT/AUT Web Server Web Server App ServerWeb Server Web Server App Server App Server App Server Load Balancer Cache Cache Databas e CloudTest Architecture Analytics CloudTest Databas e Main Perf Tester 2Perf Tester 2
  • 40© 2013 SOASTA. All rights reserved. SUT/AUT Web Server Web Server App ServerWeb Server Web Server App Server App Server App Server Load Balancer Cache Cache Databas e CloudTest Architecture Analytics CloudTest Databas e Main Perf Tester 2
  • 41© 2013 SOASTA. All rights reserved. SUT/AUT Web Server Web Server App ServerWeb Server Web Server App Server App Server App Server Load Balancer Cache Cache Databas e CloudTest Architecture Analytics CloudTest Databas e Main Perf Tester 2 Analytics Load GeneratorLoad GeneratorLoad Generator IBM
  • 42© 2013 SOASTA. All rights reserved. SUT/AUT Web Server Web Server App ServerWeb Server Web Server App Server App Server App Server Load Balancer Cache Cache Databas e CloudTest Architecture Analytics CloudTest Databas e Main Perf Tester 2 Analytics Load GeneratorLoad GeneratorLoad Generator IBM Analytics Load GeneratorLoad GeneratorLoad Generator RackSpace
  • 43© 2013 SOASTA. All rights reserved. SUT/AUT Web Server Web Server App ServerWeb Server Web Server App Server App Server App Server Load Balancer Cache Cache Databas e CloudTest Architecture Analytics CloudTest Databas e Main Perf Tester 2 Analytics Load GeneratorLoad GeneratorLoad Generator IBM Analytics Load GeneratorLoad GeneratorLoad Generator RackSpace Analytics Load GeneratorLoad GeneratorLoad Generator AWS East
  • 44© 2013 SOASTA. All rights reserved. SUT/AUT Web Server Web Server App ServerWeb Server Web Server App Server App Server App Server Load Balancer Cache Cache Databas e Perf Tester 2 Analytics Load GeneratorLoad GeneratorLoad Generator AWS East Analytics Load GeneratorLoad GeneratorLoad Generator IBM Analytics Load GeneratorLoad GeneratorLoad Generator RackSpace Analytics CloudTest Databas e Main Massively Scalable Cost Effective Real World Testing CloudTest Architecture
  • 45© 2013 SOASTA. All rights reserved. SUT/AUT Web Server Web Server App ServerWeb Server Web Server App Server App Server App Server Load Balancer Cache Cache Databas e Perf Tester 2 Analytics Load GeneratorLoad GeneratorLoad Generator AWS East Analytics Load GeneratorLoad GeneratorLoad Generator IBM Analytics Load GeneratorLoad GeneratorLoad Generator RackSpace Analytics CloudTest Databas e Main CloudTest Architecture ―Conductor‖
  • 46© 2013 SOASTA. All rights reserved. SUT/AUT Web Server Web Server App ServerWeb Server Web Server App Server App Server App Server Load Balancer Cache Cache Databas e Perf Tester 2 Analytics Load GeneratorLoad GeneratorLoad Generator AWS East Analytics Load GeneratorLoad GeneratorLoad Generator IBM Analytics Load GeneratorLoad GeneratorLoad Generator RackSpace Analytics CloudTest Databas e Main CloudTest Architecture ―Conductor‖
  • 47© 2013 SOASTA. All rights reserved. SUT/AUT Web Server Web Server App ServerWeb Server Web Server App Server App Server App Server Load Balancer Cache Cache Databas e Perf Tester 2 Analytics Load GeneratorLoad GeneratorLoad Generator AWS East Analytics Load GeneratorLoad GeneratorLoad Generator IBM Analytics Load GeneratorLoad GeneratorLoad Generator RackSpace CPU, Disk, Memory Analytics CloudTest Databas e Main CloudTest Architecture ―Conductor‖
  • 48© 2013 SOASTA. All rights reserved. SUT/AUT Web Server Web Server App ServerWeb Server Web Server App Server App Server App Server Load Balancer Cache Cache Databas e Perf Tester 2 Analytics Load GeneratorLoad GeneratorLoad Generator AWS East Analytics Load GeneratorLoad GeneratorLoad Generator IBM Analytics Load GeneratorLoad GeneratorLoad Generator RackSpace CPU, Disk, Memory Analytics CloudTest Databas e Main Massively Scalable Cost Effective Real World Testing CloudTest Architecture ―Conductor‖
  • 49© 2013 SOASTA. All rights reserved. CloudTest o Near-immediate near-infinite load capability o Enables distributed real-time analytics o Real-world load distribution o Real-world infrastructure o Cost efficiency: • No Cap Ex • Minimal Op-Ex
  • 50© 2013 SOASTA. All rights reserved. Demonstration
  • 51© 2013 SOASTA. All rights reserved. Thanks Contact SOASTA: www.soasta.com/cloudtest/ info@soasta.com 866.344.8766 Follow us: twitter.com/cloudtest facebook.com/cloudtest Knowledge Center • White Papers • Webinar Recordings • Case Studies RESOURCES www.SOASTA.com CloudLink Community • Support • Tutorials • Video