Date

April 20 - 21, 2017

Location

Delhi

Capacity

100 Tickets

Speakers

15+ Professional Speakers

About the event

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.

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.

Devops, Microservices & Containers Summit 2017
DevOps, MicroServices & Containers Summit 2017 is a conference for the leaders of large, complex organizations implementing DevOps principles and practices. The event programming emphasizes both evolving technical and architectural practices and the methods needed to lead widespread change efforts in large organizations. The goal is to give leaders the tools and practices they need to develop and deploy software faster and to win in the marketplace.

DevOps, MicroServices & Containers Summit 2017 provides keynotes, panels, Case studies, a community space for spontaneous gatherings, and workshop. Sessions will be led by leaders who are pioneering these practices in large and complex organizations across a wide range of industries

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Key Features

Improve your strategy: Getting business value from Test Management.

Improve your team development : Team Development; Test Management & Test Professional).

Improve test professional-skills.

Improve Test Automation Implementation: We'd like to hear about innovative test automation implementations.

The knowledge on various frameworks : Data-driven testing, Modularity-driven testing, Keyword-driven testing, Hybrid testing, Model-based testing, Code driven testing, Behavior driven testing.

Improve on Principals of Agile Testing, advantages and disadvantages of Agile Testing and the best practices.

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Agile does not ensure Agility. In the age of digital disruption, it is Agility that organizations are after. This talk will focus on the need to focus on Agility instead of Agile and 5 aspects which are important in making that happen 1) Process 2) Culture 3) Automation 4) Infrastructure and 5) Architecture


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I will share role of Quality as a standardized & unique philosophy which is applied in all kinds of industries irrespective of the nature of business. It will elaborate how Quality can be an excellence model for Business Sustainability & Growth rather just being a tool for audit, checking & testing.

Speaker Profile

Vivek has 21+ year of diversified industry experience in Passenger Car, Agriculture Tractor, Industrial Lighting, Solar Energy and Power Transmission with exceptional exposure in Operation Management, Customer Interface Management, Quality Assurance & Excellence and New Product Development & Program Management.

Vivek is alumnus of IIT Delhi (B. Tech), IMT Ghaziabad (MBA) & IIM Calcutta (SMP) with extensive working exposure in Japan, US, Europe, China, South East Asia & South Africa. He is also a certified TQM Champion, Lean Expert and Operational Excellence Coach. He has been recognized as Top 50 Quality Professionals in India, consequently 3 years during 2014-16, by World Quality Congress.

Vivek is currently Group Head – Quality & HSE in Sterlite Power. Prior to this role, he successfully managed 200 MW Solar Power projects in SunEdison Energy at 30+ remote sites in India, Asia & Africa, during 2014-16, as Director – Quality for Asia Pacific & South Africa.

Earlier, during his 11 year stint in Honda Cars, Vivek program managed Honda’s 1st Indian Hatchback – JAZZ as its Operations Project Leader and established Market Quality as customer interface function. He mentored & led country team for successive achievement of JD Power IQS No-1 position.

Vivek is credited for significantly improving Tractor Quality, in Escorts Tractors, by conceptualizing & leading organization-wide Operational Excellence Transformation program “First Time Right …every time!”, by all stake-holders’ engagement, during 2012-14. He, in Philips Lighting as GM – Quality & Business Excellence, consolidated & managed QAP for 2000+ product codes at 13 outsourced manufacturing facilities during 2010-12 and was also instrumental in setting up the latest world-class testing facilities at Philips Innovation Centre in Noida.

He can be reached at http://in.linkedin.com/in/VivekSinghal


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For people in IT industry, agile has become a Buzz word. Every company wants to go agile. We see people talking about CSM, PMI-ACP being a must nowadays. SCRUM, XP, RAD etc… is a must to know.

Agile Manifesto (Source agilemanifesto.org)

- Individuals and interactions over processes and tools
- Working software over comprehensive documentation
- Customer collaboration over contract negotiation
- Responding to change over following a plan

The well thought core components of agile mentioned above captures the spirit behind agile.

The dictionary meaning of agile is “able to move quickly and easily”. Well, if we just think one level deep, meaning itself captures the spirit behind components in the manifesto.

Agile in its current sense with organizations has lost its meaning. It has more of become a process rather than way of improving the customer satisfaction. Stand up meeting have become status meetings. Demo has become a critic meetings, Retrospection meeting have become blame game meetings etc.

As an agile coach, whenever I get the opportunity to introduce agile as a process, I request my participants not to take agile as a process (Scrum: Stand up meetings, Scrum: Sprint planning meeting, Scrum: Demo & Scrum: Retrospection etc.).

I know the next thought would be then how do we implement Agile. We need a framework and then a sort of process. I am in agreement with the above thought but sooner or later people remember the process but lose the reason behind.

We don’t need to have a set framework to be agile, we can follow waterfall and still capture the spirit of agile. At the end of the day, what is needed is customer satisfaction, team acceptability and smile on the people who work and for whom we work.

I have seen forms discussing about the role of project manager and there insecurity about losing their importance with Agile. Well for those people who feel that they want to keep all the controls with them and do selective communication, Yes Agile is a threat. Agile at its core wants transparency with the customer and team working to complete the task.

If we really want to be agile we should remember the literal dictionary meaning of “Agile” first. Then introspect the following

- Does the organization have the culture to be transparent?
- Do the employees have the stamina to take feedback in its true sense?
- Do the leaders who have taken the Baton to “Go Agile” comfortable adapting Agile?
- Does the organization ready to break the hierarchy?

If answers to any of the above question are “NO”, then the Organization is not ready for agile migration.

If we cannot include the agile spirit in the organization DNA, it will be waste of effort and mocking the true spirit of agile.

Speaker Profile

IIM Lucknow Alumina with 11 years of IT Work experience in various capacities i.e. Sr. Manager, Product manager, Project Manager, Sr. Business Analyst, Agile Coach and Software Engineer in different organization like IBM, Ericsson, Aricent, Global Logic.

Currently managing a cluster of 600 People in Google Account for Global logic as Sr. Manager.

Areas of Expertise
Product Management, Project Management, Agile, Product Launch, Strategize Go to Market Planning, Costing, Budgeting, Risk management & Team Building


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Purpose: The purpose of the session is to introduce Behat, an automation tool used for testing the behavior of software application to the audience.

Content: The session will briefly explain the concept of TDD and BDD and further go in depth on how the tool Behat can be set up by developers and Test Engineers to perform automated testing. The session will include all the syntax of tests and how it can be used for performing automated testing. This tool uses an easy to understand language to define test scenarios which is how it can help Manual Test Engineers with no scripting knowledge to enter into the world of automation testing. Behat can be used for performing automated regression tests after every sprint in agile software development. Since Behat is easy to learn, and quick to use, it will bring back all the fun needed for a manual tester and will boost confidence factor to work more towards into automating tests rather than just sticking to manual testing.

Speaker Profile

My name is Bharat Ahuja, and currenty working with Acquia as a Quality Assurance Analyst. Have an overall experience of 6+ years in software testing field. Has worked on web technologies like Magento, WordPress and Drupal. Have worked on TIBCO based software applications in telecom domain.


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Research Question (RQ): How can we achieve automation tests creation in parallel with manual test creation/execution.

Background:
Automated tests are used to run detailed, repetitive and data-intensive tests which helps in validating software quality with high accuracy and without human error.

Classical automation approach focuses primarily on automating tests post manual testing and are mainly used in regression while progressive test automation is an innovative approach that enables the automation of functional test cases during the application development process which will improve product delivery to market and defects getting identified early in the development lifecycle.

Progressive automation testing is an innovative approach which is gaining more importance in agile and giving best results because it allows testers to create automation test while application development is in progress instead of waiting for development to get completed first.

Model –
Testers are getting involved in stories grooming which helps them in gauging the intended functionality and once finalized, test team can start creating classes/functions/Cases of intended functionality in parallel with development of app.

Testers use HTMLs (provided before the integration with back end) and create the basic structure of the automation code, xPaths are identified and POM classes are created, hence the tester has automation in place before the application is delivered for the first round of testing. With only a few customizations to the code, the executions are done on actual test environments.

Daily execution of system Suites on live have also been put in place. We have dedicated Grids where all test suites are executed on a daily basis. We put a QA roster in place according to which associates monitor the daily execution reports and report if there are any failures.

Findings –
The identified defects during the early stage of the development cycle reduced the effort and cost spent in fixing and retesting the same after fixing the reported bugs, the scripts can be re-executed for multiple rounds in lesser time.

Product delivery to the market improved drastically as testing is done in parallel to development instead of linear. With the daily execution, we have been able to identify live issues, before any of the clients are impacted by them.

Speaker Profile

Ruchir is Associate Vice President-Quality at Infoedge India LTD and carries an industry experience of around 11 years. With over a decade of experience in Software development and testing, he has played various leadership roles at Infoedge India Ltd. Well versed with functional testing automation tools like QTP Selenium etc.

A leader with successful results in delivering projects for customer, he has rich and diverse experience – from driving transformation programs through automation to Program management, Product development.

Being an avid reader, creative thinker, painter, sculptor and a gardener, he likes to indulge in various hobbies and activities

Lokesh Agarwal working as A.V.P Quality Assurance in the Naukri Testing Team and carries an industry experience of around 11 years Lokesh is an Agile Practitioner and tester by heart. He was one of the QA & Agile coach in Thought Works University.


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Responsive web design is all about crafting sites that provide an optimal viewing and interaction experience across different devices. This becomes all the more important in the light of Google boosting 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.

In this session, we will discuss the challenges in testing responsive websites, and how to overcome those by using the tools available online. We are going to take a closer look at Galen, and how it can automate responsive web design testing.

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. This can also be used as a guide for the UI developers where they build the layout based on the spec files agreed by the business.

Speaker Profile

Deepshikha is a technology enthusiast with total experience of 4.5 years into the IT domain and its been 2 years she has been working with Srijan as a QA Lead, she possess skills to manage and deliver tasks assigned using proactive approach in time & contributes positively within a team environment. Ability to work in a structured, disciplined manner, enjoys task management, problem solving and is motivated by deadlines. Excel in IT tools, presentation and strong communication skills.


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Testing is always overlooked or poorly done within business intelligence environments. The consequence of this is inefficient designs, significant data integrity and validation issues, as well as defects within ETL and reporting scripts. This, in turn, often leads to expensive consultants who want to start the whole process from the start again. What I want to propose is the use of an agile quality assurance method, called Test-driven development, in the business intelligence context.

Developed by Kent Beck, Test-driven development (TDD) is an agile software development process which aims to improve software quality by focusing on early and regular testing. The core premise is that automated or “unit” tests are written before each software component. So, the development process should look something like this;

TDD

1.Write the (failing) test
2.Run all tests (ensuring that the new test fails)
3.Write the code
4.Run all tests
5.Repeat steps 3-4 until the test passes
6.Refactor the new code to acceptable standards.

Traditional

1.Write the code
2.Write the test
3.Run the test
4.Repeat step 1 until the test passes

Usual

1.Write the code

This works in a software engineering context because features can be easily componentized with a specific and consistent output which makes unit testing simple (in theory anyway). The question becomes, how we apply this methodology in a BI context. Firstly we need to define our test scope, which at its simplest is an ETL script, which given a known input will output data that is reasonable and within expected norms. This scope can include;

- The number of results – e.g. we know there are 1,000 records in the data source which change daily, so our ETL should extract approximately 1000 records each day.

- The scale of results – e.g. financial transactions must be between $1 and $1000

- The relationship of results – e.g. the average or standard deviation should be similar each day

- Logical tests – e.g. the sum of all transactions for a customer should equal the customers balance

- Known good tests – e.g. customer 123 exists and has a known form

- Connection tests – e.g. that the database is available and can be connected to.

- Relationship tests – e.g. that each transaction has an associated customer

Under the TDD methodology, these tests should be written before any ETL scripts. It has been shown that this encourages developers to create simpler designs and inspires confidence in their work As conclusion, to get the maximum benefit out of unit testing and to ensure a robust testing process, all tests should be setup and run through good continuous integration environment such as DbFit, Cruise Control or Bamboo. This will automatically run your tests on a scheduled basis and alert the BI administrators of any failing tests,which can forewarn of issues in the data sources and data warehouse.

Speaker Profile

A Visionary Technocrat with complete knowledge of various technologies with 20 years’ rich experience in of Business Intelligence, Data Integration, Data Management, and Analytics Business Intelligence/Big Data, Data Warehouse/Analytics/Database Technologies, MDM, Data Governance, Information Management

Industry preference: IT

Location Preference: Gurgaon/NOIDA, Delhi, Bangalore, Pune, Hyderabad, Chennai/Mumbai


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In a fast changing economy, IT is encountered with ever changing challenges, to meet the demands of digital globalization. With distances shrinking for market, time to market is taking precedence to be ahead of the competition. How does IT can keep up the pace to meet the expectation? Adoption of DevOps culture is a catalyst for the IT core competency; accelerate growth, productivity and innovation enabling serviceability of fast changing Digital Era. Continuous planning, continuous integration, continuous release, continuous deployment, continuous Innovation and optimization are the core atoms of DevOps. These Innovative IT practices coupled with culture of experimentation helps an IT service industry becoming 'on-demand' and value adding to the growth of the customer in terms of revenue. This culture foster happy employees, happy customer and happy shareholders.

Every client has its own business needs and therefore an own target maturity level, overall or detailed per category. The maturity model is to be used by Managers to define where you are, and can be used as inspiration for the place to be. Use it wisely. The DevOps maturity model contains aspects of both directions. If the focus is more on the upstream processes, a specialized Agile maturity model may be wise to consider as well.

Key take away of session will be

- Connecting the dots with DevOps Atoms
- Services that empowers your Agility and DevOps implementation
- What Clients really want and shift direction with agility
- DevOps success mantra
- Road to DevOps & steps to get there
- DevOps - Progressing towards Maturity
- Creating Winning Capabilities to move up value chain

Speaker Profile

Ashok Kumar Mysore heads the Business Excellence for APAC Multi-Industry and Government Business Unit and India Agile & DevOps COE at CGI. Prior roles involved Transformation Director and Global SDM work stream Leader at CGI.

He has 23+ years of wide experience in strategy development & leadership position in the areas of Consulting, Business and Service Excellence, Account management, Organization Integration & Change management, Transition & Transformation, Continuous improvement through DevOps, Agile, Lean, Six sigma and Kaizen.

Ashok Mysore was recognized as the Most Influential Agile Management Professional and nominated for India Agile Awards 2015 in the category “Agile Leader of the Year 2015. Audited and moderated by KPMG. Accredited Coach and trained over 4500 members across globe.

He is an early adopters of Devops and certified DevOps Professional, Scrum Master (CSM®) , Agile Service Manager (CASM®) , MSP & PRINCE2 Practitioner, ITIL® v3 Expert, ITIL v2 Service Manager and Lean Six Sigma Black Belt and Cobit Foundation. He is renowned international speaker which has led to him being invited to present at numerous international conferences and he has published several management related articles. He presents and writes regularly on the subject of DevOps, Agile and Service Management and is an active member of professional bodies working at the forefront of the industry.

He holds an MBA Degree in Information Technology. Leading Professional Service Firms and Design Thinking & Innovation from IIMA. Executive Sr.Leadership Coaching at IIMB. AMP and Transformational Leadership from ISB

His interests focus on the intersection of development, operations, design, and business.


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With increasing servers, applications, crons (schedule jobs) it was becoming pain to manage and monitor all crons.

We thus built NCConfig – a tool to monitor all crons which includes their status – Success/Failure, executing time, output, etc

Few major problems which we used to face before building NCConfig

– Did my job actually run?
Generally all crons were used to be monitored via email now because the typical way to monitor cron jobs is via email it is often extremely hard to find out if a job has actually run successfully. Ideally your monitoring shouldn’t involve people being awake and willing to read automatically generated emails. Especially if the cron job is important.

– Email, email everywhere!
Cron used to email the output of a given job to the user that the job is running as. This can be very useful when some aspect of the job requires alerting the user.

The problem is that you very often do not want emails from cron jobs. And usually when they start they can flood your inbox very fast.

– Where is my cron running ?
With more than 100 serves and single applications running on multiple servers its sometime get difficault to find where actually is my cron running.

– Execution Statistics
You may see the cron job execution statistics (including the total number of successful executions, total number of failed executions (TF) and number of consecutive failed executions (CF)) in the cron job list

Feature details :

* Centralized system to manage all your crons running on multiple servers.
* Execution Statistics – You can get the time taken for each and every cron using this tool (Start Time, End Time)
* Graphical Statistics – You can check the execution statistics in graphical format
* Role based Management – Admin / Application Manager / Read Only
– Admin : Will have all the rights like adding server, application, crons. etc
– Application Manager – Will have the rights to manage the crons of the application which they own.
– Ready Only – Will have only read only access
* Cron Success/Failure logs – Stores all the output of the crons in the databases which can be accessed anytime and also the cron status
* Single Change Settings – includes any actions that can change cron job settings excepting “Enable Logs”, “Disable Logs”, “Enable Cron Job” and “Disable Cron Job”.
* Easy Integration – One-time setup/integration with your existing environment.
* NCConfig is totally free for non-commercial use.
* You can modify the source code to suit your system and use it internally, as well as develop customized tools aggregating features to NCConfig.
* All settings and the values collected are stored in a simple format and are fully open
You can download the NCConfig from here https://github.com/naukri-engineering/NCConfig

MyTrend

Data – the heart of any website. MySQL – most websites (including ours) are powered by it.
With increasing transactions, servers and database sizes, it was becoming a pain to manage and monitor all of it.
We thus built MyTrend – an ingenious tool to monitor data growth trend and server space utilization simple enough to be customized easily.

This is what it does :
* Monitor Everything – Everything inside your MySQL can be monitored (Database Size, Connections, Slow Queries etc)
* Analyze MySQL data collected over a period of time
* Capacity Planning – Plan the growth of your business and be able to predict the future and apply the financial resources more accurately.
* Cool Interface; All major browsers supported.
* Fully customizable using web-based customization interface

Feature details :

1. Monitor Databases
MyTrend can be used to monitor data growth in a detailed manner at database table level also.

2. Easy Integration
One-time setup/integration with your existing environment in 3 simple steps:

3-click Installation
Configure your servers and set up a cron
Voila ! You are done.

3. Plan Your Growth
Obtaining new equipment can take several weeks, requiring advance planning by the IT Administrator about the utilization of resources for the coming months.

With data collected by MyTrend, you will be able to easily analyze the growth of the MySQL data (example – Queries, Slow Queries, Connections, etc) This planning is necessary to prevent the occurrence of critical incidents, such as a power overhead or exhaustion of storage.

MyTrend provides you with this planning capability in your armour.

4. Its Absolutely Free and Completely Customizable

You can download the MyTrend from https://github.com/naukri-engineering/MyTrend

Speaker Profile

About Me :

- Working with Info Edge India Ltd (Naukri.com) as Associate Vice President - Engineering
- Over 12 years of experience in Internet Technology having expertise in managing & scaling high traffic websites
- Deliver high-quality software/projects through a mix of software engineering, management and technical expertise.
- Over 7 years of experience in managing teams including Technical Architects & Engineering Managers; developing complex products for large enterprises and masses.
- Responsible for all aspects of Software Development, including resource allocation, project management and delivery.
- Expertise in working with high-traffic application, profiling and improving performance and scalability


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The talk will present a reference architecture for microservices development based built around various open source contributions by Netflix. It will be a hands on demo of how to easily implement concepts like service discovery, circuit breaker, client side load balancing in microservices etc.


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DevOps is all about agile transformation, which reaches beyond agile development into production to achieve continuous delivery and continuous deployment. DevOps practices provide help for the required next step after agile development to leverage the full potential of agile and avoid massive post-delivery changes through the developer community, but before they are ready to go live.

The problem is to navigate that DevOps transformation—and make it happen more quicker and at less risk. The speed and direction of that transformation depends on individual circumstances—for example, the type of technology you have deployed, the shape of your organization structure and processes, and what your overriding business and IT necessities are.

Speaker Profile

Uchit Vyas is a Infrastructure Architect at Oracle. Uchit works with large IT organizations to automate traditional datacenters and development flow, explores new-age tools and technologies, defines solutions and best practices for small and large enterprises. He has authored Five books on OpenStack Applied Design patterns, Mule ESB, Mastering AWS Development, AWS Development Essentials, and AWS DynamoDB.


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At times people are confused between vulnerabilities scanning and penetration testing. There are multiple operating systems that have inbuilt and very powerful support for penetration testing. Identification of right operating system and tool is challenging. Penetration testing emerging as one of the primary ingredient of DevOps, it is required to have its automation and integration with the overall system. There are tools available to identify top 10 vulnerabilities, though its automation and integration with DevOps tools is important.

Speaker Profile

Raghvendra Singh Dikhit : Technical thought leader and an author of the book ‘Enterprise Mobility Breakthrough’. Published many articles and papers on latest technologies/frameworks with acknowledged publishers (OSFY, Quest Journals, IOSR, IJESRT etc.). Participated / Speaker in many events for latest technologies / framework’s and strategies at national and international conferences/forums (HIMSS, OSI, Unicom, CTIA, MoMo, DAVV etc.). He has hands on experience with enterprise integration solutions, services / products and worked with Fortune 500 firms for enterprise solutions (architecture, design, development, quality assurance and deployment).

Rama Kaushik : Lead Quality Engineer with 10+ year of experience on various phases of testing for functional and non-functional testing. She has hands on experience with penetration testing, performance/load testing, functional testing automation tools like SoapUI, Selenium, ZAP and their integration with DevOps. Automation being the core expertise, she regularly contributes on her blog posts and training videos.


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Nowadays, we are running builds against every commit, but when someone opens a pull request, they don’t get automated builds or feedbacks. If the PR submitter even knows about Jenkins, and has network access and a login, they can look at it to find out how the tests went, but most people aren’t going to have that visibility (especially if your Jenkins server is private). We need to make sure Jenkins is aware of the pull request and that it updates the PR with the status. Our end goal is for each PR to start a Jenkins build and update the PR with a successful check when done.

So this can be achieved by Jenkins Plugin, Github Pull Request Builder. This plugin does what is says on the tin. It shows github build checks on PR level on the Github.

Speaker Profile

Deepshikha is a technology enthusiast with total experience of 4.5 years into the IT domain and its been 2 years she has been working with Srijan as a QA Lead, she possess skills to manage and deliver tasks assigned using proactive approach in time & contributes positively within a team environment. Ability to work in a structured, disciplined manner, enjoys task management, problem solving and is motivated by deadlines. Excel in IT tools, presentation and strong communication skills.


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For a team thats creates products for a customer base of 28Lakhs and especially when they saw an increase from 7L to 28L in a span of 4 years it can get overwhelming. The rate of development and releases is fast paced and as expected you are suppose to improve it! How do you approach such a big base and such a big responsibility.

Agile, Devops , Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery are not just fads for us but needs for survival.

The talk shares our experience of how we addressed real world technology and process constraints and turned it into :

- Roster system
- Feedback system pumping into out technical pipeline
- KT and learning eco-system
- Broke silos

This system turned out to be a big success story and thus we went ahead and replicated the model in rest of the organisation.

Outline:

- How to identify need and area of improvement - How to log and derive metrics that create a case for this layer of devops - How we used customer problems to identify automation targets and in turn improved team's productivity.

Speaker Profile

Kiran Chhabra is Vice President of Engineering at Infoedge India Ltd. She has 14 years of industry experience designing and implementing highly scalable and available architectures with optimized continuous integration and delivery in technologies including LAMP, Java and mobile technologies.

Kiran holds a U.S. Patent and has published technical papers. She is certified scrum master and certified scrum professional, and speaker at various Scrum Alliance & technical conferences in India and the United States.

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Event Speakers

Puneet Sachdev

Practice Head - Agile, DevOps & Product Engineering

NIIT Technologies Limited

Vivek Singhal

Group Head - Quality & HSE

Sterlite Power

Ankit Suri

Sr. Manager

Global Logic

Bharat Ahuja

Quality Assurance Analyst

Acquia

Uchit Vyas

Infrastructure Architect

Oracle

Amardeep Vishwakarma

Associate Vice President Engineering

Info Edge India Ltd (Naukri.com)

Ruchir Singh

Associate Vice President - QA

Infoedge India LTD

Lokesh Agarwal

A.V.P Quality Assurance

Naukri

Deepshikha Singh

QA Lead

Srijan Technologies Pvt. Ltd.

Karan Kural

QA Engineer

Srijan Technologies Pvt. Ltd.

Sanjay Rai

Senior Manager

STMicroelectronics

Kiran Chhabra

Vice President

Infoedge India Ltd

Ashok Kumar Mysore

Head-APAC MIG Business Excellence | Head-India Agile & DevOps COE

CGI

Raghvendra Singh Dikhit

Senior Solutions Architect

Impetus Infotech (India) Pvt Ltd

Rama Kaushik

Lead Quality Engineer

Impetus Infotech Pvt Ltd

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Disclaimer and Indemnity

"Confirm your CANCELLATION in writing up to 15 working days before the event and receive a refund less a 10% service charge. Regrettably, no refunds can be made for cancellations received less than 15 working days prior to the event.

However, SUBSTITUTIONS are welcome at any time and is done at no extra cost. The organisers reserve the right to amend the programme if necessary.

INDEMNITY: Should for any reason outside the control of UNICOM Training & Seminars (P) ltd (hereafter called UNICOM), the venue or the speakers change, or the event be cancelled due to industrial action, adverse weather conditions, or an act of terrorism, UNICOM will endeavour to reschedule, but the client hereby indemnifies and holds UNICOM harmless from and against any and all costs, damages and expenses, including attorneys fees, which are incurred by the client. The construction validity and performance of this Agreement shall be governed by all aspects by the laws of India to the exclusive jurisdiction of whose court the Parties hereby agree to submit."