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Improve Quality in DevOps Pipelines with Agile Test Management


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Sponsored by TRICENTIS

Thursday, May 6, 2021
11 a.m. ET

The right test management approach can significantly improve DevOps processes and outcomes. DevOps requires that testing teams build continuous quality into the DevOps pipeline, which for many teams represents a significant evolution of current and legacy processes. What you might not realize is how agile test management can be used to facilitate many of those changes.

Watch this webinar to learn how to put agile test management into action to modernize testing, improve DevOps workflows and further DevOps success. We’ll cover:

  • Best practices for optimizing agile test management in a DevOps environment
  • How you can unify quality across the development, testing and operations toolset
  • An example of an optimized qTest instance for DevOps that links code quality, security, and other analysis tools; functional and API testing tools; and ops tools for smoke testing and deployment monitoring
Harit Patel
Principal Product Manager - Tricentis
Harit is Georgia Tech alumnus with ~10 years of diversified experience in product management, support, technical account management, and consulting space. He is a strategic and collaborative leader with proven track record establishing, supporting and motivating global, multi-disciplinary teams; abd supporting Fortune 500 companies. Harit has extenisve experience with managing the product lifecycle, complex projects and driving lasting operational change. He is curious, innovative, driven, and a co-inventor of 7 US patents.
Alan Roberts
Senior Director of Product Management - Tricentis
Alan is a passionate technologist who loves designing and implementing unique business solutions that leverage leading-edge technology to drive efficiency and effectiveness. He enjoys taking an idea from concept to full implementation. Alan has extensive experience in both large corporate cultures and startups, moving through their entire lifecycle resulting in acquisition, growing from 30 to 2000.

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