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Enterprise DevOps Series: Mainframe Test Automation

Webinar

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Sponsored by Broadcom



Tuesday, September 28, 2021
11 a.m. ET

Despite broad advances in test automation, mainframe testing remains a manual, labor-intensive process and, therefore, a golden opportunity for DevOps leaders. Join this session to learn how to bridge enterprise-standard testing frameworks and practices to mainframe software development, resulting in faster defect detection, improved team productivity and better code.

Petr Vacula
Testing Lead - Broadcom
Testing Lead - Broadcom
Testing Lead - Broadcom
Testing Lead - Broadcom

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What You’ll Learn in This Webinar

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