Sponsored by IBM

November 7, 2018

11 AM ET

Applications are moving to cloud and containers to boost reliability and speed delivery to production. However, if we use the same old approaches to testing, we'll fail to achieve the benefits of cloud. But what do we really need to change? We know we need to automate tests, but how do we keep our automation assets from becoming obsolete? Automatically provisioning test environments seems close, but some parts of our applications are hard to move to cloud.

Join us for a look at how to:
  • Pair stronger API boundaries with a robust API testing strategy
  • Decouple cloud-native components from legacy systems in test labs
  • Better leverage cloud infrastructure for test assets.


Allan Wagner

DevOps Technical Evangelist, IBM

IBM Technical Evangelist working in a worldwide role with over 20 years of practical field experience, having performed a variety of roles with a current focus on driving thought leadership, strategic initiatives and tangible solutions around DevOps and Continuous Delivery.

Chris Haggan 

Christopher Haggan

Product Manager, Continuous Test Portfolio, HCL Technologies

Chris has been involved in the testing community for 16 years, covering API, Service Virtualization, UI Functional and Performance testing. He is currently Product Manager for the Functional and Performance testing products as well as the Data management products at HCL Technologies.