Our Test Environment Management services create a consistent support model for all environments by building professionalised services and a unified toolset to improve stability, reduce change related incidents, increase automation, and provide increased developer efficiency.
Test Environment Management (TEM) is a series of procedures designed to enhance the pace of software releases within organisations through collaboration among team members. This involves capturing environment requirements, instituting a straightforward and transparent utilisation of resources, fostering efficient cooperation via resource planning and scheduling, and maintaining control over their lifecycles.
This crucial practice facilitates the optimisation of the software delivery process by furnishing delivery teams with validated, stable, and readily available test environments at the necessary times. These environments are instrumental for executing test scenarios and replicating incidents with precision.
The 7 Pillars Of Test Environment Management
The building blocks of knowing what you have, how its configured and who wants to use it. This includes: - Policy, Strategy and Standards - Environment Modelling - Environment (& infrastructure) Provisioning - Demand Management
Highlights that the environments are up and running. This includes: - Health Checks - Monitoring
Day to Day activities to ensure environment availability. This includes: - Environment Maintenance - Deployment Management - Configuration Management
Resolve all environment related issues and requests. This includes: - Issue Management - Service Requests Management
Provides consistent and accurate data. This includes: - Data Modelling - Data Masking - Synthetic Data Creation
Facilitate and support innovation. This includes: - Resilience Automation - Deployment Automation & DevOps - Service Virtualisation - Infrastructure as Code - Test Data Tooling - Test Environment Tooling
Provides oversights to ensure all target measures are achieved. This includes: - SLA Target Measures - Detailed KPI’s and metrics - Management - Oversights
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