APIs and the Software Supply Chain: What you need to know

The software supply chain is a concept that refers to the processes and technologies used to manage software products over their lifespan. It’s a network of entities involved in the development, distribution, and provisioning of software and is a critical aspect of any industry. As more and more organizations embrace cloud-native architectures and a microservices approach to building software, APIs have evolved from being a conduit of communication between systems to becoming a de facto standard for system integration, including in the components of a software supply chain.

What is the Test Plan for Software Testing?

Imagine you and your team of software developers have worked day and night on a product for weeks, months and even a few years. You have taken every step and procedure required to develop a product correctly. And you plan to release it within a span of a few days. Now cutting a long story short, your product is released but what happens is that your end-users start using the product. They find lots and lots of glitches while using the app and all of a sudden a huge chunk of the end-users switch to your competitors. So what happened, what exactly went wrong?