Observability, A Pillar of Site Reliability Engineering Explained
Observability is a crucial pillar of site reliability engineering (SRE) because it allows you to detect and diagnose issues as they happen and before they cause customer-impacting outages or performance degradation. To achieve this, you must have a deep understanding of both the system and the operating environment. Unfortunately, many organizations don’t have adequate observability in place. This can make it difficult to even identify issues, let alone fix them promptly. In this article on Plutora’s blog, Tarun Telang discusses observability and why it’s so essential for SRE.
Get Started With Salesforce QA and Testing: A Tutorial
Salesforce is a powerful CRM platform, but testing is essential to ensure your Salesforce implementation is working correctly. It’s crucial to have a quality assurance (QA) plan in place. Salesforce QA testing will help you identify potential issues with the business processes, customizations, and other aspects of the Salesforce Lightning Platform for app development. This post on Testim’s blog from Tarun Telang will cover the basics of Salesforce QA, including how to set up your testing environment, the benefits of Salesforce QA, and some common Salesforce QA testing strategies.
Mocha Assertions: What They Are and How to Use Them
Assertions are a key part of writing automated tests with a tool like Mocha. They do the job of verifying that a piece of code returns the expected result. For example, if you have a function that adds two numbers you want to test, you can use an assert method to verify that the function’s result equals a predefined value (expectation). There are different things we can verify using assertions. In this post on Testim’s blog, Pius Aboyi tells you about assertions in Mocha and how to use them.