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TestOps in the Cloud

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The Testing landscape is changing forever, the traditional CoreIT approach to providing business value through testing is constantly being challenged. The drive towards embracing FluidIT through open innovation calls for a new models that can support the rapid adoption of DevOps practices stressing the need for accelerated communication, collaboration, integration, measurement and automation (build) as part of every organisation journey to become a true ‘Digital Enterprise’.

However, this raises the question.. what is our role as testers as part of TestOps?

Key Takeaways

– Learn how to do ‘TestOps’ in the Cloud
– Discover the difference between ‘DevOps’ and ‘TestOps’
– Explore models that help support SAFe, DAD and LeSS
– Leverage patterns and recipes that can help you move away from ‘CoreIT to ‘FluidIT’

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Jonathon Wright

Jonathon has over 15 years of international automation experience with a number of global organizations; including Deutsche Bank, Lehman Brothers, Hitachi Consulting, Thomson Reuters, Xerox, New Zealand Lotteries Commission, Unisys and Siemens. He’s a serial blogger on Test Automation as a Service (TaaaS.net).

Jonathon also contributed to the best-selling book Experiences of Test Automation: Case Studies of Software Test Automation, Dorothy Graham & Mark Fewster, and a number of eBook’s on Testing as a Service models (systems dynamics & thinking), Advanced UFT 12 for Test Engineers Cookbook and API testing in the cloud (service & network virtualisation).

 

He is the Director Testing, Quality & Assurance of Hitachi Consulting as well as presenting at various international testing conferences, such as Gartner (London), STARWest (California), Fusion (Sydney), ANZTB (Melbourne), EuroSTAR (Gothenburg and Dublin), BCS SIGIST (London) further detail about Jonathon can be found at (www.linkedin.com/in/automation).

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