Traditional quality assurance has become a bottleneck in the development process and the advancement of test automation.
Innovative development teams pressured by the need to develop and change applications faster than ever have started implementing programs for complete test lifecycle management. Test automation is a key to their success.
Learn how to reduce lifecycle time through centralizing build/test automation, consolidating redundant infrastructure, eliminating wasteful handoffs, and increasing the level of automated testing. Lifecycle test automation increases coverage, reduces manual testing costs, and improves quality.
Watch this on-demand web seminar to explore how automation is changing the landscape of software testing. You’ll learn how to:
- Integrate automated testing throughout the software lifecycle
- Use test automation appropriately
- Implement automated end-to-end QA testing
- Employ lifecycle test automation to improve product quality
Regg Struyk, Product Manager, Polarion Software
With twenty years of commercial software development and testing experience, Regg Struyk has held positions ranging from the head of technical product management for Agfa HealthCare to, most recently, product evangelist for Polarion QA. Regg has developed for several software testing tools, including test integrity, iTest, and Polarion QA. Dedicated to the domain of test management, Regg is continually analyzing testing trends and their potential impact on the discipline of software testing.
Andy Holton, System Engineer, Polarion Software
Andy focuses on supporting customers in implementing the best solution to their problems. His expertise at quickly identifying and translating customers’ requirements and nuances have served him well in working with many enterprise organizations across a wide range of sectors, including automotive, medical, and aerospace. Andy keeps particularly close tabs on the latest developments in agile and hybrid development best practices as they pertain to application lifecycle management (ALM), requirements management, and QA.