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Continuous Integration to Shift Left Testing Across the Enterprise Stack


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Sponsored by IBM Z

Wednesday, February 5, 2020
11am EST

With the move to agile DevOps, automated testing is a critical function to ensure high quality in continuous deployments.

In this session, learn how to start testing earlier and often to ensure quality in your codebase. Join Architect Suman Gopinath and Offering Manager Korinne Alpers to talk about shifting-left in the development cycle, starting with unit testing as a key aspect of continuous integration. You'll view a demo of the latest zUnit unit testing tooling for CICS Db2 applications, as well as hear best practices and tales from the testing trenches.

Korinne Alpers
Offering Manager, IBM Systems
Korinne Alpers is the Offering Manager for Automated Testing in IBM Z DevOps. She currently works as the OM for IBM Z Open Unit Test (ZUnit) and runs the Unit Testing on Z Sponsor User Program. She’s spoken at past events such as Share, Think, and TechUniversity.
Suman Gopinath
Architect, DevOps for Z IBM
Suman is an Architect with IBM Z DevOps team, working in the mainframe Application development space for over 15 years. Suman’s responsibility is to help customers with their DevOps journey in the mainframe space, build solutions to help create an End to End pipeline. She is the architect for Testing on the mainframe.

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