In today's agile world where DevOps and Continuous Delivery rule the place, testing has somehow to keep up with that speed.
Deployment pipelines force us to search for new approaches in testing. To get rid of the repetitive checking part in testing, automation has become extremely popular. But how do we put testing into pipelines? Can testing keep up with the speed of development? And who is actually implementing and maintaining the robot?
Having Automation in combination with hands-on testing in place, can bring great value to all in the DevOps ecosystem.
In this story, I’ll give you a handful of insights into my past project experiences, where I’ve been part of a cross functional ux team which was embedded in a DevOps ecosystem. By applying existing test strategy models, we formed our very own one, where everyone was able to contribute to testing.
- Why you don’t have to reinvent the wheel again to come up with your own testing model and use some shiny pieces from already existing ideas, approaches and methodologies to your advantage.
- How Testing can look like in a delivery environment full of pipes where things are changing fast.
- How automation in testing can be shifted to the left and a bit to the right.
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Simon Berner is an enthusiastic, committed and happy person. He has several years of experience as Tester, Test Manager, Scrum Master and Application Manager in the health insurance, real estate, public services, federal administration, cloud and finance industry. His daily passion and happiness is to take the most valuable and exciting things of testing to customers.
He is rocking the stage as Test Engineer at House of Test.
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