Our team is just getting going with QA. I know Zephyr is for Test Management and Bamboo is for Continous integration, but not sure what is the real difference.
I feel like Bamboo does a lot more with builds and also has some test case management features, it just is not known for managing test cases. Is that an accurate statement?
Or am I missing it all together and they do completely different things and have no overlapping features?
Does it make sense to have both or would they conflict with each other?
Any input/experiences would be helpful.
I think you have things right Neil.
Bamboo is for continuous integration, which has a few aspects (beyond the tooling choice). It is honestly more of a cultur change then tooling selection.
Continusou Integration is not to be confused for Continuous Delivery, though is required to get there.
tl;dr - No, they are not the same, yes I could certainly see the case for using both, ideally allowing Bamboo to trigger some level of automated Zephyr test suites in a QA-like environment once it passes the developers "commit level" unit and IT tests that happen on every code commit.
Sorry for refreshing such old thread but can someone please let me know if I get it right:
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