Date

May 27 - 29, 2016

Location

Hyderabad

Remaining

200 Tickets

Speakers

15+ Professional Speakers

About the event

Test Automation Summit brings together people who are passionate about automation testing - enthusiastic and experienced speakers and delegates, who learn from each other through review presentations, case studies and round table discussions.

Learn more about Test Automation Framework, Functional and Non Functional Test Automation, Mobile Test Automation, Web Test Automation and many more.

Agile Testing Conference is focused more on collaborative learning from the people who are involved in agile testing, and want to explore the future of Agile. With a focus on best practices, our events allow attendees to explore strategies surrounding TDD, BDD, ATDD, Continuous Testing and many more.

DevOps Summit brings together leading practitioner-organizations who have achieved Continuous Delivery and organizational transformation. Companies going through Mergers and Acquisitions will inherit these systems too and be faced with similar situations. Companies need to find out the many initiatives that increase the efficiency and agility within the enterprise and balance system uptime and stability while bringing alignment between Dev and Ops.

Learn more about DevOps skills, Delivering Processes, Tools for building and deployment, Application Lifecycle Management and many more.

Trainings

Agile

UNICOM provides a broad range of Agile training courses from basic one-day Introduction to Agile through to accredited training such as Certified ScrumMaster. Conferences include the UK's premier Agile event the annual Agile Business Conference and specific Agile in Public Sector and Finance Sector conferences.

Big Data

UNICOM provides events and training in these areas that enable organisations to make better decisions the address topical issues such as Big Data, Sentiment Analysis, Analytics and KPIs. Also available are training courses in specific technologies such as Hadoop.

Cloud

UNICOM has been a prominent provider of software and systems Development and Testing conferences and training. Its events and training including popular certifications such as ISTQB and Certified ScrumMaster and courses address upcoming challenges presented by moving to Agile, DevOps and Mobile environments. Conferences include SEPG Europe, Agile Business Conference, ALM Conference, TestExpo and Next Generation Testing Conference

Conference or Event Schedule


X Topic Abstract

1. How Disruptive technologies are leading to changing business environment
2. Understanding the shifting needs of digital business and Redefinition of a successful product
3. How testing needs to adapt and be agile-centric
4. Where to focus on for staying relevant through automation and delivering value to business

Speaker Profile

24+ years of experience in Telecom and IT industry in various areas of the software lifecycle in Software/Product Development and Independant QA for Products and Services Segments

- Experienced in setting up and building large testing services accounts and Delivery Units,Managing key client relationships and delivery for projects spread across the globe .

- Diverse experience in delivery management, consulting, operations and presales.

- Driving key strategic initiatives that would provide edge in the market and demonstrate business value to clients in turn converting to business propositions.

Always looking forward to new challenging opportunities to build new business units from scratch.

Specialties: Passion for Creating large Service Portfolios, Building Global Teams, Operational Excellence, Business Development and Strategy and Client Management


X Topic Abstract

Time to market cycles have been reducing constantly. Customers demand faster and faster turnaround times. Software tams do not have the luxury of relegating testing to the end of the lengthy life cycle, only to find either an unmanageable accumulation of technical debt or worse still, outdated product features. Enter Agile Testing. It ensures that testing is built into shorter release cycle and goes on concurrently with development, thus dramatically reducing the feedback cycles.

Speaker Profile

Prabhaker Panditi is a CSM, CSP, PMI-ACP and PMP. He is passionate proponent of Agile and Scrum with over 17 years global experience. He has worked across the world, in Singapore, Middle East and Switzerland. He leverages his deep knowledge of program management disciplines across Agile, Waterfall and Lean methodologies, to identify the optimum lean agile approach for high value output. He currently heads the Delivery Competency Center (DCC) and EPAM India.


X Topic Abstract

With Agile software development methodology followed by most companies in the recent times, software development focus has been changed to deliver faster releases. This also affect the way we test within the sprint. Adding to that, we largely develop applications using Cloud and Mobile technologies which mandates us to have short release cycles. Adding to that is the frequent changes in requirements. This session will highlight some of the continuous test approaches in practice including 24x7 reliability testing and continuous integration.

Speaker Profile

Dr Ganesh Iyer, (Engineer, Technology Evangelist, Researcher, Professor, Blogger, Photographer and Dancer) is currently working with Progress Software Development as QA Architect. He has received his PhD degree from National University of Singapore in 2012. He has several international publications including book chapters, journals and conferences. He has presented several number of talks, workshops on Progress products and current day technologies at various venues including Decoding DevOps, Step-IN, Progress Exchange, PUG Challenge and many other technology events in USA and India. You can find more about him at http://ganeshniyer.com


X Topic Abstract

In the present market of Consumerism, the need for faster delivery with enhanced feature-sets, better usability and reliable quality is resulting in high demand for automation needs and use of efficient tools to eliminate any manual intervention.

As we know in Agile model, requirements evolve throughout the development life cycle and the success lies in implementing the user stories within the sprints with optimal quality. Most of the companies automate their functional flows leaving the non-functional requirements for the later iterations and are carried out in an unsynchronized way. Due to lack of an integrated process common challenges and solutions are not shared between the test teams. Here we describe a Framework to integrate functional and non-functional requirements and utilize the benefits of their co-relation. We will address the Test automation challenges in Agile faced by the small to mid level product companies and provide the cost-effective solutions to overcome them along with major focus on Security Testing on the go.

In Planon, Security testing used to be done once a year before the major release but now it is done every night saving lot of man hours and increasing customer satisfaction. We will explain you how we achieved this and gained the measurable confidence on the product quality with respect to functional and non-functional aspects.

Speaker Profile

Hemant C. Vadher with over 16 years of rich experience in Software Testing, presently working as Test Manager at Planon.

Chandra Pawar, a Certified Scrum Master & Sr. Test Engineer at Planon with 11 years of experience in Software Testing.

About the company: 'Planon'
Planon is a global software provider that helps organisations to streamline business processes for buildings, people and workplaces. Planon has over 2,000 customers in 40 countries, offices in the United Kingdom, Singapore, the Netherlands, Belgium, Canada, Germany, France, India, Austria, Hong Kong and the United States. Founded in 1982, Planon employs over 500 employees, committed to the success of Planon's customers.

Planon enables organisations to effectively solve their Facility Management and Real Estate challenges. Planon understands that the added value of information systems resides in delivering high-quality management information. If that information originates in truly integrated solutions, it contributes to the realisation of measurable improvements – such as better quality, reduced costs, increased efficiency, and higher customer satisfaction - in business processes.


X Topic Abstract

Cloud based enterprise applications generally are deployed in large set of machines in a topology which is elastic in nature, unlike the premised based applications which need small set of machines, with fixed topology. These applications have to be highly available with 0% downtime. They also have shorter release cycles compared to the premised based applications. These characteristics of the cloud based applications bring in huge challenge for the continuous integration & testing due to limited resources available with the development teams.

This can be solved by applying TDD methodology for automation and by doing continuous testing using the continuous delivery pipeline. At the early stages of the pipeline, individual components are tested independently, using minimal resources, with maximum code-coverage. This can be achieved by using the Mocking libraries wherever there is a dependency between components. Only the components which pass the unit tests will be promoted and used in the integration testing, where the complete product is tested. Similarly only those components which pass the integration test would be used for system testing.

Thus using TDD approach with Continuous delivery pipeline will ensure faster development feedback, optimal utilization of limited resources, with high quality product ready to be delivered any day

Speaker Profile

Software professional with 10+ years of experience working on developing test-automation frameworks, performance testing, functional testing. More than 7 years of experience with Oracle working on development of test automation frameworks, test-infrastructure, enforcing QA best practices.


X Topic Abstract

BDD is a collaborative way to define what behavior in a system should be tested by using the same language and grammar used to capture the business need. It relies on the use of a very specific (and small) vocabulary to minimize miscommunication and to ensure that everyone - the business, developers, testers, analysts and managers - are not only on the same page but using the same words and serves as a living document. There are several tools that provide this and most popular among them are Cucumber, Jasmine, JBehave, Concordian and easyb. In this session, we will be using Cucumber to create the feature files and run the automated tests.

Agenda for the workshop:

Introduction to BDD
Cucumber introduction
Understanding the gherkin syntax
Writing the first feature file and implementing it
Running the automated tests
Introduction to Page Object Pattern
Example hands on with POP
Q&A

Prerequisites:

Knowledge of java or object oriented concepts
Worked with ides like eclipse/intellij

Speaker Profile

Pranathi is a young techie at ThoughtWorks. She has played the role of a Quality Analyst, Business Analyst and is always willing to explore different roles in IT industry. She actively learns and shares different testing tools and technologies. In her free time she explores the latest trends in testing and pitch those for the use in the projects. She has worked on automation, mobile, performance and security testings. She is a passionate engineer who actively participates in educating and providing guidance to the graduate women about career options in IT. She has done various sessions on Agile Practices in JNTUH and IIITH for young graduates.


X Topic Abstract

BDD is a collaborative way to define what behavior in a system should be tested by using the same language and grammar used to capture the business need. It relies on the use of a very specific (and small) vocabulary to minimize miscommunication and to ensure that everyone - the business, developers, testers, analysts and managers - are not only on the same page but using the same words and serves as a living document. There are several tools that provide this and most popular among them are Cucumber, Jasmine, JBehave, Concordian and easyb. In this session, we will be using Cucumber to create the feature files and run the automated tests.

Agenda for the workshop:

Introduction to BDD
Cucumber introduction
Understanding the gherkin syntax
Writing the first feature file and implementing it
Running the automated tests
Introduction to Page Object Pattern
Example hands on with POP
Q&A

Prerequisites:

Knowledge of java or object oriented concepts
Worked with ides like eclipse/intellij

Speaker Profile

Pranathi is a young techie at ThoughtWorks. She has played the role of a Quality Analyst, Business Analyst and is always willing to explore different roles in IT industry. She actively learns and shares different testing tools and technologies. In her free time she explores the latest trends in testing and pitch those for the use in the projects. She has worked on automation, mobile, performance and security testings. She is a passionate engineer who actively participates in educating and providing guidance to the graduate women about career options in IT. She has done various sessions on Agile Practices in JNTUH and IIITH for young graduates.


X Topic Abstract

The landscape of IT predominantly in most organizations requires regular updates and enhancements. The continuous demand for faster time-to-market and reduced quality cost leads to test automation. Test Automation of any Enterprise Applications requires vision and expertise in wide range of technologies which leads greater benefits.

Strategy played for an application or single program automation is not fulfil for enterprise wide application automation. Test automation framework sustain for automation of multiple applications in an organization and requires consistent analysis to optimize it. Oracle Application Test Suite (OATS) has all capabilities to build an Enterprise Test Automation Framework. It caters functional, API, performance testing for various technologies.

Speaker Profile

Subbu is a Senior Test Automation Architect having 16+ years of IT experience based out of EPAM India, Hyderabad office. Subbu is skilled in planning and implementing new processes, procedures, accelerators and tools for quality assurance testing and problem resolution within Agile (Scrum) & Waterfall development environments to reduce operating costs and increasing efficiency.

Subbu has experience in Banking, Finance, Healthcare, Trading, Risk Management and Hospitality domains. Involved in large transformation programs and provided test solutions to complex programs for critical business wins. Experienced in setting up Automation CoE, managed services and shared services.


X Topic Abstract

Test Automation means running the repetitive and necessary tasks in a formalized way and performing the tests that would be difficult to perform manually. Test Automation Framework is the usage of Integrated system/tools that sets the rules of automation of a specific product. Framework can be defined as a set of guidelines when followed will produce beneficial results like increased code re- usage, higher portability, easy to use by other persons.

The framework provides the basis of test automation and simplifies the automation effort. The framework defines what tools to be used, what test cases to be performed and how to perform these tests. And the advantage of using the Test Automation Framework is primarily to save effort, run repetitively, run at a desired time (schedule), scalability, modularity and low cost of maintenance.

There are various Test Automation Frameworks / techniques used in software testing. Based on the product functionality and the feasibility in terms of time and tool usage, the appropriate framework is used. Some of the frameworks are as below:

1. Record and Playback
2. Structured using control statements
3. Data driven framework
4. Keyword driven framework
5. Hybrid Framework (combination of two or more)
6. Agile Automation framework

The Test Automation frameworks are considered to be the critical and very important for any Test team. Ideally the larger the number of test cases that are covered in automation, the more is the saving of production cost and shorter the test cycle. And with increasing number of test builds, the Test Automation framework plays a vital role.

Speaker Profile

Sreekanth Gopisetty is currently working in IBM as a Senior Staff Software Engineer and has over 15+ yrs software testing experience. His previous experience include working with Hewlett Packard and Infosys. He has rich experience in Unit, Integration, Localization and System Testing. He has worked on varied domains which include Transportation, Banking, Web based portals, Storage Area Networks, System Management, Solaris Containers and ESXI Virtualization. He is a certified software quality analyst.


X Topic Abstract

With Agile software development methodology followed by most companies in the recent times, software development focus has been changed to deliver faster releases. This also affect the way we test within the sprint. Adding to that, we largely develop applications using Cloud and Mobile technologies which mandates us to have short release cycles. Adding to that is the frequent changes in requirements. This session will highlight some of the continuous test approaches in practice including 24x7 reliability testing and continuous integration.

Speaker Profile

Dr Ganesh Iyer, (Engineer, Technology Evangelist, Researcher, Professor, Blogger, Photographer and Dancer) is currently working with Progress Software Development as QA Architect. He has received his PhD degree from National University of Singapore in 2012. He has several international publications including book chapters, journals and conferences. He has presented several number of talks, workshops on Progress products and current day technologies at various venues including Decoding DevOps, Step-IN, Progress Exchange, PUG Challenge and many other technology events in USA and India. You can find more about him at http://ganeshniyer.com


X Topic Abstract

The goal of the agile development is the ability of the team to understand, implement, tested and delivered in given short time frame. Team should be able to produce an increment of shippable code at the end of each cycle. This is going to be a significant challenge for the team which may be achieved through some agile training and guidance. In general everyone thinks that managing testing activities in agile methodology is a nightmare and most of us thinks that agile may not be good for them as they cannot test the application as there is no documentation available and there is a scope for frequent requirement change.

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X Topic Abstract

In this Agile and DevOps world, everyone wants ready to ship code at each sprint level. Similarly, they expect a faster test process & plan in place. Now, this puts more pressure on test team to perform test activities in less time (aligned to sprints) and more importantly without compromising the quality of the product. So, automating these activities relieves the pressure on a quality analyst & product team and assures a better quality software. When we automate, we use some strategies, tools and artifacts that augment or reduce the need of manual or human involvement or interaction in unskilled, repetitive or redundant tasks.

Test Automation comes with the following advantages:

Faster Test Case Execution and Better Coverage
Improved Reliability, Repeatability, and Reusability
Efficient use of test resources
Reduced cost

Though test automation brings many advantages, there are many challenges while you actually implement it in practice.
Proficiency is required to write the automation test scripts.
Less ROI initially, but improves over a period of time.
100% automation can not be done in few cases.
Maintenance of test cases and framework

Speaker Profile

Sunil Reddy Sankepally is currently working as Senior Staff Software Engineer, with almost 10 years of software test experience at IBM. Sunil has very good knowledge on developing test-automation frameworks, functional testing and accessibility testing, and and has wide-ranging domain knowledge on Systems Management, Cloud Computing, and Virtualization.


X Topic Abstract

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Speaker Profile

Amit Jain (PMP, CSM, ITIL, SCJP, SCWD) has 18 years of experience in Information Technology industry. He has worked in all aspects of Software Development Life Cycle including Development, Architecture, Quality and Operations. Currently, Amit is part of the Cisco ITs Central Quality Organization. In his role, Amit is spearheading the development of next gen automation frameworks, tools and processes for all of Cisco ITs testing teams. Prior to Cisco he has worked in Delphi Automotive Systems and TCS. He has always brought in innovation and new idea’s to whatever he has worked on. His favourite pastimes are travelling, reading books, music and Badminton.


X Topic Abstract

Responsive web design (RWD) is an approach to web design aimed at crafting sites to provide an optimal viewing and interaction experience like easy reading and navigation with a minimum of resizing, panning, and scrolling across a wide range of devices (from desktop computer monitors to mobile phones).

Responsive web design is becoming more important as the amount of mobile traffic now accounts for more than half of total internet traffic. This trend is so prevalent that Google has begun to boost the ratings of sites that are mobile friendly if the search was made from a mobile device. This has the net effect of penalizing sites that are not mobile friendly.

The responsive web design responds to the needs of the users and the devices they’re using. The layout changes based on the size and capabilities of the device and provides the enhanced user-experience by re-structuring the contents as per the end-user devices. With plethora devices releasing every day, this has gained significance in the web designing and along with it came the testing challenges. In this workshop, we are going to discuss the challenges in testing RWD websites and how to overcome those by using the tools available online.

Why Galen?

Galen is an open source framework built for responsive websites. It provides the feasibility to test the various pages on screen sizes and browsers. The test and spec files can be written in plain English which makes it easier for the business people to understand and contribute.

Speaker Profile

Pranathi is a young techie at ThoughtWorks. She has played the role of a Quality Analyst, Business Analyst and is always willing to explore different roles in IT industry. She actively learns and shares different testing tools and technologies. In her free time she explores the latest trends in testing and pitch those for the use in the projects. She has worked on automation, mobile, performance and security testings. She is a passionate engineer who actively participates in educating and providing guidance to the graduate women about career options in IT. She has done various sessions on Agile Practices in JNTUH and IIITH for young graduates.

Round Table Discussion

This will be an interactive session where participants will join a table to discuss the round table topic - "Progress Towards Maturity ". Each table has a "Topic Guru" to facilitate the discussion.


X Topic Abstract

Introduce the challenges of a tester and mindset change over in Agile. Highlight few important aspects about scaling a tester and how testing can play a vital role. Educate that testing in agile project is not just testing the code and it’s an activity than a phase. How transformation can bring the change and maintain consistency in quality and how the growth of tester is growing in agile world. Also cover the success factors for agile testing.

Speaker Profile

Vedula Bhargav Ram is currently working in Dell International Services as a Senior Advisor and has over 11+ yrs of software testing and agile experience. His previous experience include working with IVY Comptech in being part of agile transformation and handling testing responsibilities. He has rich experience in Automation, Unit, Integration, Localization and System Testing. He is a Certified Scrum Master and Certified Scrum Professional along with ISTQB and RFT certified at foundation level. He is involved in coaching the teams and senior management in driving teams to work collaboratively and also management to instil agile values and principles.


X Topic Abstract

As the Enterprise DevOps adoptions gains momentum, the organizations are trying to find ways to jump on the bandwagon by recognizing the benefits and implementing the strategies overcoming the internal challenges. The DevOps practice is no more a hype but a staunch reality where Organizations have found direct correlation between IT Performance enabled by DevOps maturity and business performance indicators such as Market share, productivity and profitability. This is further reiterated by Puppet Labs 2014 DevOps survey which confirms the findings where high performing IT organizations deploy code 30 times more frequently with 50% fewer failures than their lower performing counterparts. Also, the survey does confirm the fact that Business outcomes are clearly continued to improve along with IT performance driven with strong matured DevOps practice.

The individual measures that make up IT performance are deployment frequency, lead time for changes, lower change fail rates, and mean time to recover from failure. Throughput is measured by deployment frequency and lead time for changes, while stability is measured by mean time to recover. To increase IT performance, one needs to invest in practices that increase these throughput and stability measures.

The Deployment frequency is enabled by Continuous delivery and version control of all production artifacts. The lead time of changes is determined by maturity in automated testing. The Mean time to Recover (MTTR) is determined by monitoring system and application health. The organizations a throughput is measured by Deployment frequency and lead time for changes, while stability metrics is determined by MTTR and change fail rate.

As the DevOps maturity drives the key performance indicators as outlined above, it is important to understand how to develop and implement iteratively to build a sustainable model delivering the expected Business outcome based on current Technology, Business vertical and need for Deployment frequency. The Abstract outlines the nuts and bolts of developing matured DevOps model assessing the current IT investment, Delivery practices, culture and aligning with expected Business outcomes.

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X Topic Abstract

What are the main components that drives the success factors for DevOps solutions and associated tools and limitations.

Speaker Profile

Shiva M has 15 years of IT experience in different roles and domains (Developer, System Administration (Solaris, Linux), Middleware admin, Build and release management and DevOps) in healthcare and banking domains. Over last 4 years Shiva served as Principal Consultant and led the company's DevOps initiatives.


X Topic Abstract

The workshop focuses on how to achieve the continuous deploymnet in DevOps by using various IBM Rational and OpenSource tools such as IBM Rational Team Concert, IBM UrbanCode Deploy and Jenkins. It covers from the phase of developer code checkin to the deployment phase on Application Server such as Tomcat. It also aims at displaying the capabilities of various tools for Automation, and also explains the options to integrate with other ALM tools.

Speaker Profile

Mallikarjuna Manoj Kandala joined IBM in 2010 and has more than 9 years of IT experience in Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) tools of IBM Rational. Manoj focuses on implementing the DevOps Continuous Delivery and tooling solutions at India Systems Development Labs of IBM. Manoj is one of the Technical Leaders in the Team, which delivers DevOps Solutions.


X Topic Abstract

Most of the provisioning systems are imperative in the sense that they allow us to specify commands that take the system to our desired state. NixOS allows us to declaratively specify our desired state and via atomic upgrades and rollbacks, it gives us a guarantee that the system will always be in that state

Speaker Profile

I am Abdulsattar. I work for ThougthWorks as an Application Developer. I have explored various provisioning systems till I found NixOS :). I like functional programming, large scale systems and in general new technologies.

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