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The Reality of Testing in DevOps


Think About Your Audience Before Choosing a Webinar Title

Sponsored by tricentis

Friday, November 20, 2020
11 a.m. ET

Testing is routinely cited as the number one source of DevOps delays — and defects are still a major issue for 48% of DevOps teams. Are we approaching testing the wrong way? Have we failed to scale and/or accelerate it properly for enterprise DevOps? Do we need to rethink our overall testing objectives, or do we just need to find better ways of achieving them?

We’ve gathered some of the industry top experts on testing in DevOps to take a deep dive into these issues. Join our all-star panel of development, QA, DevOps and SDET leaders to hear a variety of perspectives on the challenges we’re facing in the field today and how we can solve them. Be ready to share your burning questions, challenges and ideas for a world where testing is truly advancing your DevOps goals.

Miriam Makshanoff
Senior QA Engineer - Calendly



Abel Wang
Principal Cloud Advocate and DevOps Lead - Microsoft



Director of Engineering - Dell-EMC



Clint Sprauve
Director of Product Marketing - Tricentis



Sr. Software Engineer in Test



Alan Shimel
Founder, CEO & Editor-in-chief - DevOps.com



CEO - Accelerated Strategies



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