Delivering quality systems at speed demands rigorous testing before each and every release. Unfortunately, robust and reliable automated regression testing is difficult to achieve in short iterations.
Too often, complex processes force testing far behind development. Teams scramble to update and execute complex test suites, leaving system logic and configurations exposed to costly bugs. Model-based test automation (MBTA) can help. With the new integration between TestModeller.io and Perfecto, you can achieve rigorous test creation, maintenance, and execution at scale.
This webinar presents a practical approach to in-sprint regression testing, delivering accurately-built, fully-tested software in short iterations. You will discover how:
- Visual modelling provides a single source of truth for fast-changing designs and continuous feedback.
- Model-based test generation creates regression packs that focus on the logic most likely affected by system changes.
- One click pushes the risk-based tests to Perfecto for cloud-based execution across a full spread of devices and platforms.
- Feeding advanced test reports back into the central models closes the feedback loop, enabling continuous, in-sprint testing.
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About the Speakers
James Walker is Director of Technology at Curiosity Software and brings years of experience in successful software delivery. James has collaborated closely with a range of organisations to identify and resolve their QA needs and has invented several success Model-Based Testing technologies.
Julius Mong, Senior Sales Engineer at Perfecto by Perforce, has over 20 years of experience in software development, consulting, business development, pre and post-sales operations, and QA across the software, consumer product, digital media, and digital marketing industries. He specializes in helping enterprises optimize their QA strategies and make testing become of value rather than a liability by "shifting testing left.”