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Moving into the Cloud? Make Sure Your Test Approach is Cloud Proof!

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The “cloud” can deliver services over the Internet in three flavors: software as a service (SaaS), platform as a service (PaaS), and infrastructure as a service (IaaS). Testing cloud services requires test managers to focus on more than classical (non-)functional testing to address additional risks introduced by the cloud like new internet dependencies, different security and performance concerns, and (last but not least) legal implications.

Ruud Teunissen shares an experience-based approach for testing cloud services, and helps you find out how to link cloud-related risks inventively to new and updated test measures. This webinar will help you learn to identify specific requirements, risks, and test strategies for your company to migrate applications to the cloud. Get a grip on selection and operation of cloud services and a jump-start in the widened scope of testing in the cloud.

Key Takeaways:

  • How to link cloud-related risks to new and updated test measures
  • Learn to identify what your company needs to migrate applications to cloud
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Ruud Teunissen

Ruud Teunissen is active in testing since 1989, with passion for the profession. Throughout his career he has played almost any possible role in testing (tester, test manager, test trainer, coach, sales, manager, test consultant, …) in a variety of environments and companies. Ruud is coauthor of several books on structured testing, including Software Testing: A Guide to the TMap® Approach.

This book is the foundation for the current TMap Next Approach. As senior test consultant and architect with Polteq Test Services BV, Ruud focuses on test improvement and test management in any context. Ruud is frequently invited to speak at national and international conferences. Ruud is involved in the Research & Development department and as such constantly looking for improvement and expansion of the testing profession.

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