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The Future of Cloud Testing


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Sponsored by tricentis

Wednesday, June 16, 2021
1 p.m. ET

As part of their digital transformation, businesses have been adopting cloud-native technologies to drive innovation, resilience and agility. Cloud-native application development has helped organizations stay ahead by delivering faster time to market, achieving greater flexibility, scalability and cost effectiveness. However, the growth in cloud computing has also presented new testing challenges for DevOps teams. Traditional testing methodologies aren’t enough to address security holistically for cloud-native apps.

Join Alan Shimel and a group of panelists to discuss the rise of cloud-native and the importance of continuous testing in the cloud. This panel will look at the cloud testing trends and predictions for 2021 and beyond.

  • What does 2021 hold for the cloud-native movement?
  • How does cloud-native impact your testing strategy?
  • How can we use traditional testing techniques to embrace the new ones and apply them to all the stages of the SDLC?
Rosalind Radcliffe
Distinguished Engineer - IBM
General Partner - Rain Capital General Partner - Rain Capital General Partner - Rain Capital
Eran Kinsbruner
Mobile Evangelist - Perfecto
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James Bach
Technical Fellow - Tricentis
Director, Product Security - Tricentis Director, Product Security - Tricentis Director, Product Security - Tricentis
Donald Lutz
Lead Azure Architect - The Greenbrier Companies
Chief Research Analyst - IT-HarvestChief Research Analyst - IT-HarvestChief Research Analyst - IT-Harvest
Miriam Makshanoff
Senior QA Engineer – Calendly
Josh Coffy is a fully caffeinated, digital marketing strategist and speaker. Between his 100,000+ 
Alan Shimel
Founder, CEO & Editor-in-chief - DevOps.com

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CEO - Accelerated Strategies

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