Continuous ‘Everything’ is the new paradigm in software engineering and development. Here the emerging area of continuous testing is an essential and critical part that requires new approaches and strategies to be ready for the future.
This interactive tutorial explains and provides insights on
- why and how testing is changing dramatically in a DevOps world
- the building blocks of a successful strategy for continuous testing
- tactics and practices to create and improve your approach for continuous testing.
Maximum number of participants: 48
Target Audience: Test Architects, Test Managers, Test Engineers, DevOps Engineers, Architects, Product Owners
Prerequisites: Basic knowledge about testing and quality engineering
Continuous ‘Everything’ is the new paradigm in software engineering and development. Here the emerging area of continuous testing is an essential and critical part that requires new approaches and strategies to be ready for the future. The challenge is how to change and transform testing to this new paradigm in an effective and efficient way. Especially the start is typically not easy …
To address this challenge, we need a good strategy for continuous testing that defines the “how” of testing in the era of digitalization. This strategy specifies a framework that covers all building blocks from prerequisites and preconditions, over enablers and practices, to recommendations and experiences. Within the framework it provides guidance on the journey to successfully transform testing into the DevOps world – this requires more than just a face lift in testing.
This interactive tutorial describes and explains the building blocks of this strategy for continuous testing and discusses its related tactics, practices, and experiences. Use this as a starting point to create and continuously improve your approach for continuous testing.
- Definition – Continuous testing defined
- Testing areas – What’s new and different?
- Prerequisites and preconditions (practices and mindset by example)
- Enablers and practices
- Recommendations and experiences
- Summary and outlook