For many organisations, test data “best practices” start and end with compliance. This reflects a tendency to focus on the problem immediately in front of us. …

Software delivery teams across the industry have embraced new(ish) approaches to development, from the different flavours of agile, to DevOps, Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery. This is reflected in the latest Practitest State of Testing Report, which found that 92% of participants have adopted agile development methodologies [1].

A sometimes-overlooked…

26 Billion Reasons to Automate Oracle FLEXCUBE Testing

Each year, organisations and consumers globally depend on Oracle FLEXCUBE to process an estimated 26 Billion banking transactions [1]. For established banks, FLEXCUBE provides an agile core banking infrastructure, progressively transforming banking components to keep pace with the latest in fintech innovation.

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Automate Oracle FLEXCUBE Testing

Banks globally rely on Oracle FLEXCUBE to provide their agile banking infrastructure, and more today are migrating to FLEXCUBE to retain a competitive edge over young and agile Fintech startups.

FLEXCUBE provides the flexibility to progressively transform componentised core banking systems, while supporting moves to modern cloud infrastructure. …


Despite increasing investment in test automation, many organisations today are yet to overcome the barrier to successful automated testing. In fact, only 15% of testing is currently automated [1].

Yet, the promise of increasing automation rates remains great for testers and their organisations. …

Removing Testing Bottlenecks in CI/CD and DevOps

Curiosity often discuss barriers to “in-sprint testing”, focusing on techniques for reliably releasing fast-changing systems. These solutions accelerate and optimise processes that prevent organisations from making incremental improvements to complex systems.

Common barriers to in-sprint testing include flawed software design, slow test case creation, repetitive test scripting and time-consuming test…

The Open Testing Platform™ (OTP) is a collaboration hub that assists testers to keep pace with change. It transforms observations from the surrounding Dev-Test infrastructure into action enabling the organisation to test faster, smarter and at a much lower cost. …

User stories, shift left QA with the open testing platform

Software delivery teams across the industry have embraced agile delivery methods in order to promote collaboration between teams and deliver new software at unprecedented speeds. Although many teams boast agile delivery methods, one thing that still plagues the SDLC is poor requirements. How can this be, given the core goal…

Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) solutions for quality assurance are growing increasingly popular. Seen as the “next big thing”, AI/ML have become buzzwords in the industry. Many organisations have already begun implementing AI frameworks into their delivery lifecycles, and many are exploring the possibilities of using AI in…

Test automation must be lightweight, re-usable and easy to apply, in order to help organisations, ease its implementation enterprise wide. Curiosity aims to provide a viable solution for the frustrations that automation engineers and testers currently face. From requirements defects, to complex scripting and test data bottlenecks, the below infographic discusses how we remove barriers to in-sprint testing.

Why does it remain so hard to develop and test in-sprint?

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About the author: Mantas Dvareckas, is a Marketing Assistant at Curiosity Software.

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