Test data management Seminar (exclusive)

Solving the test data bottleneck in continuous testing

SEPTEMBER 27, 2019
Comwell hotel | Århus

» Only 20 spots available!

3 key takeaways:

  • The impact of being in control of your test data is crucial for faster software development
  • Getting in control of the build process of software
  • How can test data be managed by the software quality and dev teams?

About the seminar

Nowadays we want a faster delivery and a better quality of software in an even more complex world than 5 years ago. With trends like DevOps, Agile, Scrum, Test Automation and continuous testing we strive to create such a world. But still we aren’t able to control everything… yet. We still haven’t gotten in control of our test data!

No control means we don’t know if a bug or fault is related to the data or the code. So how can we build an application? But Imagine if we are in control of the test data. What impact would this have? This would be enormous. You are finally able to control the build pipeline, the test reports show real software quality bugs or improvements.

During this free seminar we show you what happens when you are in control of your test data! How you get control of your test data and how you are able to automate it.

Are you unable to attend this day? On September 26 we’re coming to Copenhagen!

PROGRAM 27 september

13:00 – 13:15 Walk in
13:15 – 14:00 Business talk about test data in a continuous testing environment
14:00 – 14:30 Short coffee break
14:30 – 15:30 Tech Talk – Showing how test data bottleneck can be solved (demo)
15:30 – 16:30 Q&A and networking

This seminar is hosted by DATPROF in collaboration with Capgemini Danmark.

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Comwell Aarhus
Værkmestergade 2
DK-8000 Aarhus

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