Getting a Grip on Cognitive Adaptive Testing
Cognitive Adaptive Testing means harnessing the power of analytics and autonomics in support of continuous delivery. The emergence of cognitive, adaptive testing is driven by trends towards omnichannel content delivery, utilization of big data and improved customer experience. Our software/systems need to be extremely responsive to customer sentiment, work across a variety of devices, be resilient in the face of unpredictable failure modes, and process vast amounts of unstructured data. Such scenarios put extreme pressure on IT systems and processes to be not only more responsive but adaptive, to meet digital business needs. So how do we respond from a QA perspective? Can our traditional testing techniques meet the needs of our businesses going forward? Julie Gardiner will share modern approaches and how you can adapt to this newer world as well as how to assess where your organization is and needs to be. Whether you’re still in a waterfall, have moved to an agile environment, or if you're testing in a DevOps world, she will help you come up with a plan to transition your people, process, and technologies.