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Accelerating Releases by Building and Scaling Test Automation


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Now that you have an agile team with developers, QA, product owners and others all contributing to testing, how do you scale efficiently? This talk will discuss how scaling end-to-end testing is more important than ever. We’ll illustrate how fast authoring, AI-powered stability and TestOps can help you grow coverage, minimize test maintenance and build a scalable automation program.

Learn how TestOps can help improve test planning, establish process governance, improve the management of tests and teams and drive the insights you need to continuously improve and scale quality.

What you’ll learn:

  • How AI-powered testing can accelerate releases
  • How TestOps contributes to better planning, control, management and insights
  • Tips for establishing process controls for mixed teams
  • Techniques for building trust in E2E tests
Paz Yanover
VP Product Management - Testim.io
VP Product Management, Testim.io
VP Product Management, Testim.io
VP Product Management, Testim.io
Shawn Jaques
Director of Product Marketing - Testim.io
Director of Product Marketing, Testim.io
Director of Product Marketing, Testim.io
Director of Product Marketing, Testim.io

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