Building Bridges


Building Repeatable Integration to Deliver Greater Efficiencies

IntegrationQA expand partnership with GitLab – press release

IntegrationQA is excited to be expanding its close partnership with GitLab – and honoured to be featured in their Global Partner Program press release! This is a result of a lot of hard work from the team at IntegrationQA who are helping GitLab customers throughout the APAC region get the most out of their DevOps journey with GitLab – from licencing, to architecture, tooling usage, to leadership culture, team rituals, to tool integration, the team at IntegrationQA have been working hard to become the partner of choice for GitLab and their customers. 

GitLab True-ups: Penalty or Saviour?

We are seeing a significant spike in users across our GitLab accounts at the moment – and with that comes the issue of those costly True-ups. Today I’m going to be giving you as much as you need to know about True-ups: What are they? How much do they cost? What are they good for? How can I check if I owe one? And, most importantly, how can I avoid them?

How to trace agile requirements in large programmes

Does the expectation to "transform" sometimes feel like you need to shift your organisation from the prehistoric to the space age? In this post, we share a configuration of the awesome Atlassian Suite that can help retain control in a constantly changing environment....

Get Involved with CodeClubNZ

I heard about a cool thing called CodeClubNZ and just had to go along. I had a great afternoon talking with kids and helping them with their python projects. It really got me thinking! by Rhiannon Fletcher-Gallop TLDR Join in and encourage our youth to be excited and...

Seven Sequential Steps for DevOps Success

Thanks Atlassian for the opportunity to speak at this years Las Vegas conference.  Great experience and feedback.  I'm looking forward to learning about more large scale deployments of Atlassian around the world so I can share back in ANZ. You can view the...

About this blog

The focus of iQA’s blog – Building Bridges” is on breaking down the technical barriers between business analysts, solutions architects, developers and testers.

We believe that this is achieved by providing insight into the technical challenges and identifying the corresponding business risks associated with moving forward with technology.