STAREAST 2019 Industry Presentation : Agile vs. DevOps For Continuous Testing: How to Optimize Your Pipeline


Thursday, May 2, 2019 - 10:00am to 10:45am

Agile vs. DevOps For Continuous Testing: How to Optimize Your Pipeline

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Interest in continuous testing has been growing for five years now — yet the more we talk about it, the more polarized the discussion becomes. Complicating the conversation is the fact that Agile and DevOps both drive the need for continuous testing, but both require distinctly different things from a quality perspective.

Join me for a lively discussion on what’s really required for continuous testing in the context of Agile and DevOps. See live examples of how to maximize testing pipeline efficiencies and walk away with tactics you can implement today.

Eran Kinsbruner, author of “Continuous Testing for DevOps Professionals” plans to explore the following topics:

- What is continuous testing and why it is that hard to mature?
- Which elements of continuous testing are essential for Agile and DevOps?
- The key trends around continuous testing and the key personas involved in it.
- Strategies for measuring continuous testing progress and ROI.
- Practical tips on how to embed codeless testing into the code-based pipeline.


Eran Kinsbruner


Eran Kinsbruner is the chief evangelist at Perfecto (a Perforce company) and the author of ‘The Digital Quality Handbook’ and ‘Continuous Testing for DevOps Professionals’, as well as a monthly columnist at the Enterprisers Project. He is a software engineering professional with nearly twenty years of experience at companies such as Matrix, Sun Microsystems, General Electric, Texas Instruments and NeuStar. He holds various industry certifications from ISTQB, CMMI, and others. Eran is a recognized mobile and web testing influencer and thought leader, as well as an experienced speaker in the major software engineering conferences. He is also a patent-holding inventor for a test exclusion automated mechanism for mobile J2ME testing, public speaker, researcher, and blogger. He can be found all over social media, including on Facebook, Twitter (@ek121268), LinkedIn, and his professional continuous testing blog – “