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Enterprise DevOps Series: Cross-platform Test Automation


Think About Your Audience Before Choosing a Webinar Title


Sponsored by Broadcom

Wednesday, March 24, 2021
11 am ET

As a core DevOps practice, test automation should be applied consistently, across all platforms. But, how do you retro-fit modern test automation to applications that were built long ago?

Join this session to explore the practical realities of applying test automation to mainframe apps based on extensive design thinking research and real-world scenarios. Popular test automation frameworks will be addressed, including the inherent challenges in adoption due to culture & skill mismatch and ways to overcome them.

Sujay Solomon
DevOps Product Lead - Broadcom

DevOps Product Lead - Broadcom

Josh Dorfman, PhD.
DevOps Research Lead - Broadcom

DevOps Research Lead - Broadcom

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What You’ll Learn in This Webinar

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