What is PEGA?
PEGA is technically a Business Process Management (BPM) tool. These applications can then be deployed on intranet and web services thereby cutting the time and effort. This tool is widely spread in building applications in Finance/Banking/Healthcare industry.
Features of PEGA
1. The biggest advantage of PEGA is that the developer needn’t build the applications from the ground up.
2. The built-in framework of PEGA has a process monitoring dashboard from where the users will be able to see all the assigned tasks and dashboard reports.
3. PEGA Tools help in deploying the applications at a much faster rate than Java-based applications.
4. It offers a flexible and extensible programming environment.
What is PEGA Testing?
This is the testing performed on PEGA applications. The Testing Management Framework (TMF), Manual Testing, and Regressive Testing skills are mandatory for performing PEGA Testing. It is the perfect tool for performing unit testing.
By applying the PEGA Unit Testing feature to the PEGA tool, the users will be able to test the Decision Rules, Automated Regression Testing, Integrations, and Flow Rules.
The following rules can be tested using the latest Pega version. They are essential to improve the overall quality of the application.
-Case Types etc.
Now, where does AUT come into the picture? With the AUT, the rules are automated in such a way that any changes in the rules can be caught when they are re-run.
Apart from AUT, the following debugging rules are caught by PEGA
The QA team performs testing in the Agile environment using the above-mentioned tools before reaching the development team so that the errors/bugs can be fixed effortlessly.
Being a Pega tester, they should know the following to be able to verify the application build.
-Operator ID rules
-Service Level Agreements
Declarative Statements such as Decision Table, Decision Tree..etc.
Career opportunities in PEGA
The demand for PEGA Testing is catching up in the job market. The requirement for PEGA testers is likely to improve by 200% going forward.