Agile + DevOps West 2022 Concurrent Session : Adopt Continuous Testing to Fulfill “Need for Speed” with High Quality


Thursday, June 16, 2022 - 1:30pm to 2:30pm

Adopt Continuous Testing to Fulfill “Need for Speed” with High Quality

When it comes to DevOps, organizations find QA to be a bottleneck. Often in the race for faster releases, enterprises tend to sacrifice “Quality”. Companies that merely focus on speed and ignore quality suffer a huge blow. Often, they can’t implement Continuous Testing fully or lack the tools and processes for test orchestration in the pipeline. To do so successfully, you not only need to move testing upstream, but you also need to adopt the right set of test practices. In practice, continuous testing is the process of testing early, testing frequently and comprehensively, using automation to achieve the release goals.

How can you achieve Continuous Testing?

  1. Service Virtualization
  2. Test Data Management
  3. Test Automation
  4. Testing Across Pipeline
  5. Feedback Loops

In this session, I will highlight how to implement continuous testing across your CI/CD cycle and learn how you can optimize your current processes.

Harshal Vora
QMetry Inc.

Harshal Vora is an experienced Product & Sales Leader with a strong passion for Technology and Business to solve Customer problems. He brings 10+ years of experience in product and solution engineering with track record in “value” based relationship building with Fortune 500 enterprises like ABN AMRO Bank, Kaiser Permanente, Next Era Energy, and many more.

In his current role as Director of Product, he is spearheading the Go-to-market strategy for QMetry Digital Quality Platform with a mission to empower enterprises deliver quality with confidence leveraging AI/ML. He is driving various product marketing and roadmap activities to deliver on QMetry's vision of becoming #1 AI enabled Digital Quality Platform.

Harshal is a big cricket enthusiast and follows his passion on weekends as Captain of a Bay Area professional cricket team. Harshal has completed Stanford LEAD Business Program from Graduate School of Business at Stanford and holds Master's in Electrical Engineering from San Jose State University to go with Bachelor's in Engineering from Gujarat University.