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Accelerating Continuous Testing With Test Environment Management


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Testing shift-left efforts are getting blocked by unstable, manually managed and scheduling-contentious pre-production environments. Coordination and management often falls on decentralized QA teams, wasting time and causing delays. Lack of visibility, utilization and ownership make it hard to justify investments to fix these problems.

How are QA teams to further the journey toward continuous testing when they already face delivery deadlines with reduced staff and any investments in environments will take even more time? It's time to take action managing your test environments utilizing a built-for-a-purpose solution that provides visibility, tracking and orchestration capabilities to manage your DevOps evolution, including your testing shift-left evolution.

Join Marc Hornbeek, CEO and principal consultant at EngineeringDevOps.com, and Bob Davis, CMO at Plutora, to learn how to eliminate wasted time using less effort while moving forward on your journey toward continuous testing.

Key Objectives and Takeaways:

  • Not being able to effectively manage your test environments is what’s holding back shift-left optimizations 
  • How test environment management solutions help on the journey to continuous testing
  • Learn a practical approach to justifying, solving and accelerating your DevOps evolution
  • How you can get started improving your test environment management in as soon as four weeks
Marc Hornbeek
Principal Consultant, Author - Engineering DevOps
Marc was awarded Outstanding Engineer of 2016 by IEEE Western USA Region 6 for outstanding contributions to the field of automation applied to development and testing of networks, systems, protocols, labs and DevOps. Marc has more than 39 years of experience architecting, designing, developing and managing high-performance solutions for IT infrastructures that are deployed in commercial and government applications globally. He has served as executive, senior management and solution architect for companies including Trace3, Bell-Northern Research, Tekelec, ECI Telecom, EdenTree Technologies and Spirent Communications. Marc is a regular speaker at DevOps and IEEE events, a blogger on DevOps.com and course author for the DevOps Institute.
Bob Davis
Chief Marketing Officer - Plutora
Bob brings to Plutora more than 30 years of engineering, marketing and sales management experience with high technology organizations from emerging start-ups to global 500 corporations. Before joining Plutora, Bob was the Chief Marketing Officer at Atlantis Computing, a provider of Software Defined and Hyper Converged solutions for enterprise customers. He has propelled company growth at data storage and IT management companies including Kaseya (co-founder, acquired by Insight Venture Partners), Sentilla, CA, Netreon (acquired by CA), Novell and Intel.

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