Containers were first introduced for web applications and microservices development and deployment, which gained a wide adoption in the industry. Today, we also see them being used for safety-critical systems development, where C and C++ are dominant. Containers help organizations manage the growing complexity of their development environments and dynamically respond to the changing market faster than ever before.
For example, rolling out a new update for the compiler, patching a security vulnerability in a library, adding a new tool to the toolchain or managing a load in CI/CD… All these things are a nightmare for the infrastructure teams, now they are easily handled with containers.
Software testing tools such as static analyzers, unit testing frameworks or code coverage engines are an essential part of any modern development workflow. It’s critical for these solutions to support containerized deployments. Join Parasoft for a discussion on how to deploy in a containerized development environment.
- How containerization fits into the CI/CD pipeline.
- How containerization will revolutionize your QA team’s productivity.
- How best to successfully deploy containerization within your organization.