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The Key to DevOps? Testing Early in the Pipeline

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Sponsored by MABL


Thursday, August 27, 2020
3pm ET

As teams embrace DevOps, quality becomes a bottleneck for rapid development and delivery. Traditional QA practices of functional testing release candidates are not cutting it in this new era of lightning fast development. Teams are finding that they need to test early and often to rapidly surface error during development to reach continuous delivery.

Learn how to implement E2E testing at the earliest stages of development: from initial code commit, to pull requests with ephemeral environments, and high confidence merges. This practice optimizes DevOps software development by enabling developers to solve issues earlier, proactively update tests (so they don’t break later) and become even more productive.

Join mabl software engineer Joe Lust to hear how the mabl team puts these ideas into practice daily and how it has benefited their team and product. Additionally, you will learn about:

  • Impact of DevOps on testing
  • Benefits of testing earlier in development
  • Best practices of how mabl does this at mabl
Joe Lust
Software Engineer - mabl
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