Nightly Build and Smoke Test:
vEmployee follows Nightly Build and Smoke Test as a risk management practice. It is a process in which a software product is completely built every night and then put through a series of tests to verify its basic operations. The process produces its savings by reducing the likelihood of several common, time-consuming risks - unsuccessful integration, low quality, and poor progress visibility.
Nightly Build and Smoke Test
It is the responsibility of the Build Group to create the required environment for running the nightly builds and monitoring it on a daily basis.
We use Night Build and smoke test to make the schedules more predictable and to eliminate some of the risks that can cause extreme delays – integration problems, low quality, and lack of progress visibility. Some of the advantages associated with the Nightly Build and Smoke Test: