Automated QA Transformation with Highest level of Business Assurance

Date: October 6th 2020

Time: 2.00 PM EST

Quality Assurance (QA) has changed from the days of legacy QA, with organizations turning their focus to automation. There’s DevOps and DevSecOps being brought to the game. Industry is moving towards agile, which, from a QA perspective, is still fragile. Because there’s a lot of fragmentation and a shortened QA cycle. The industry is still evolving even as technology contributes to a rapid growth.

With the introduction of low-code platforms, there’s a temptation to shorten the development cycle. However, not doing enough QA is not a solution for shortening the QA cycle.

A Few Questions for Self:

Why should testing be done manually, why don’t we bring in tools?
Why should automation scripts be written from scratch, why don’t we create scripts within the lifecycle?
Why don’t we reuse the automation script for performance testing?
Why should we not do vulnerability assessment as part of every cycle and with the same automation script?
A Few Questions For Self

A Few Questions for Self:

Why should testing be done manually, why don’t we bring in tools?
Why should automation scripts be written from scratch, why don’t we create scripts within the lifecycle?
Why don’t we reuse the automation script for performance testing?
Why should we not do vulnerability assessment as part of every cycle and with the same automation script?

Need of the Hour

The need of the hour is to create a platform that will support the entire QA process. There’s also scope for reusing a set of activities to perform various types of QA such as performance testing, functional testing, security testing etc.

Our webinar will help understand how to integrate all the QA processes in terms of timeline, resource, skills and tools knowledge, thereby shortening the QA cycle without compromising on quality and facilitate the entire process.

Speaker Profile

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Srikanth ManoharanSVP – QA Services