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Delivering Testing as-a-Service in Cloud-Based Environments


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Sponsored by tricentis


As businesses move to cloud-native software development, test automation engineers and managers – really, anyone responsible for software quality – must evaluate the advantages of cloud-based testing.

In this webinar, we'll share what you need to consider as your organization moves more of its infrastructure, middleware and delivery toolchain to the cloud, including how your test strategy and environment will need to change, as well as what those changes mean for your existing processes and tools. 

We'll cover:

  • Testing scenarios for various cloud development and deployment models
  • How to develop a cloud-first test strategy that takes risk tolerance, data residency and migration into account
  • Key considerations for building a cloud dev/test environment that will meet the needs of your team
  • An example using the popular cloud-based Azure DevOps suite
Harit Patel
Product Manager - Tricentis
Product Manager - Tricentis
Product Manager - Tricentis
Product Manager - Tricentis
Jarrod Grayson
Solution Architect - Tricentis
Solution Architect - Tricentis
Solution Architect - Tricentis
Solution Architect - Tricentis

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