Achieving continuous testing is the holy grail of adopting test automation. But how are enterprises looking to embrace continuous testing in 2024? 

Perfecto and BlazeMeter surveyed hundreds of leading digital enterprises across a wide range of industries to answer this question. Now, the results are in! 

In this webinar, continuous testing experts Mina Sprengeler and John Boebinger will break down what challenges teams are facing, their main focuses, and what enterprises are doing to address their continuous testing concerns in the new year.   

Watch to learn: 

  • The biggest challenges teams face in automation and ways to solve them. 
  • Which tools teams rely on for testing and why. 
  • Emerging trends for testing in 2024. 

And more!  

Start your 2024 on the right track, and explore how Perfecto and BlazeMeter can help you achieve your continuous testing goals. Get a custom demo of how these two solutions come together to support all of your continuous testing needs today.

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Mina Sprengeler

Mina Sprengeler

Senior Sales Engineer at Perfecto by Perforce Software, Perfecto

Mina Sprengeler is a Sales Engineer at Perfecto. With a background in consulting and front-end web development, Mina is passionate about problem-solving and strategizing ways to address any enterprise challenge. She brings that same passion to Perfecto by helping companies improve their DevOps pipeline through faster and more scalable testing.

joe boebinger

John Boebinger

Manager Client Solutions, Perforce Continuous Testing

John Boebinger has been involved in software development for more than 40 years. His career began at Digital Equipment Corp as a Software Development Manager responsible for the delivery of products such as VAX VTX and TeamLinks. In 1998, he joined CA Technologies, which was acquired by Broadcom in 2018. Currently, he is a consultant for Perforce Continuous Testing, focusing on such technologies as performance testing, functional testing of mobile, web, and APIs, service virtualization, and test data.