After getting certifies a QA will be able to do
- QA will able to prevent software defects at the earliest point during the software development process rather than find and report on software bugs after DevOps has produced the software. This will help to ensure that customers experience as few defects as possible.
- QA will takes ownership of and responsibility for continuous software improvement and software quality tracking throughout the software development life cycle.
- Every QA team member will be responsible for identifying problems not just in the product but also in the process, and recommending changes wherever they can to improve the continuous delivery of quality software.
- Tests will be in code, based on the designed release cadence to publish a new release every week, every day or every hour. There will be no room for manual testing QA will develop automation systems through code that can ensure quality standards are maintained.
- Automation rules QA should automate anything that can be automated.
- QA testers are the quality advocates, influencing both developmental and operational processes. They don't just find bugs; they look for any opportunity to improve the quality of software through the software development process.
- QA will move beyond functional testing, because even a small, nonfunctional defect introduced into a critical transaction process on an e-commerce website can bring a business to its knees. Many organizations have mature processes for automating functional testing; they are only beginning to apply these practices to other areas of testing such as security and stress testing. In particular, load testing and stress testing are critical disciplines for DevOps organizations that move at high velocity.
These functional area of QA will be effected by DevOps and it's tools. The Certified QA a professional will be able to look after these areas in their work environment.