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World Conference Next Generation Testing 2018 will be happening in Bangalore on July 2018, with focus on Technical Sessions featuring over 25+ Presentation exploring the depth and breadth of Software Testing. The Summit will be a key meeting place for Test Professionals and Executives from leading IT organizations globally .

India Testing League 2018 :This will be a quiz contest to identify India's most knowledgeable Software tester. This globally has run successfully by Next Gen Testing Community in Singapore, UK, USA, Australia & India and is organised annually in India.

India Testing Awards 2018 :India Testing Awards will recognise those organisations and practitioners that have stepped away from legacy tools and processes to create Testing programs that define the future of IT Software Development, services and support. Executives and teams leading IT and Testing at these companies will be recognised among their peers at the India Testing Awards ceremony co-hosted with World Conference Next Gen Testing 2018 on July 2018, in Bangalore.

Our Tracks

Test Leadership, Agile Testing and Test Automation, Testing for Developers, Testing in DevOps, Test Strategy, Planning and Metrics, Big Data, Analytics, AI/Machine Learning for Testing and Security Testing

India Testing Awards 2018

2 Individual Categories

5 Corporate Categories

India Testing League 2018

Our Speakers

  • Anand Ramamoorthy

    McAfee - Intel

  • Ramesh Krishnamurthy

    Indium Software

  • Puneet Gupta

    ITC Infotech

  • Rahul Verma

    PARALLEL ENTREPRENEUR

  • Ritu Arora

    Aricent

  • Atul Sharma

    Testing Evangelist

  • A Nandini

    GlobalLogic

  • Anand Bagmar

    Software Quality Evangelist

  • Praseed Chulliparambil

    RMESI

  • Anand Iyer

    FireEye

  • Vipin Jain

    Metacube software

  • Vinod Joshi

    Microsoft

  • Deepak YP

    Evolvus Solutions Pvt Ltd

  • Diwakar Menon

    Last Mile Consultants

  • Subho Halder

    APPKNOX

  • Navneet Kaur

    Kronos

  • Nalin Parbhu

    INFUSE

  • Manojkumar Nagaraj

    Capgemini

  • Ghanashyam Sajankila

    Capgemini

  • Reji Thomas Mathew

    Benefitalign

  • DR. SHANKAR RAMAMOORTHY

    HARMAN CONNECTED SERVICES

  • HARI BHASKAR SANKARANARAYANAN

    AMADEUS

  • Surbhi Aul

    ET Marlabs

  • Sreekala Sunderrajan

    Robert Bosch

Advisory Board

  • Diwakar Menon

    Last Mile Consultants

PROGRAM

Unicom

About Unicom

10mins

Anand Ramamoorthy, Managing Director, South Asia of McAfee - Intel

Speaker Profile

Anand Ramamoorthy is the Managing Director, South Asia. His key responsibilities include driving enterprise centric product revenues, strengthening the customer base across verticals, fostering the channel ecosystem and positioning India for rapid non-linear growth in the coming years. An energetic and results-driven technocrat with over 18 years of experience, Anand’s career has been marked by continuous growth and company recognition across segments spanning engineering, marketing, sales and strategy in various leadership roles, both in the US and India. He brings a solid legacy of profitably growing every business that he led during his career, managing both, small and large businesses with ease. He enjoys a strong relationship with leading telecom operators, local brands in the handset and internet space, government bodies, retail channels and software/ application partners. Prior to McAfee, Anand was Director, Sales & Marketing at Intel, South Asia. In this role, he was responsible for driving sales across all product categories with OEMs, LOEMs, enterprise and government businesses. Prior to Intel, Anand was Managing Director (India) at Harman, a leading consumer electronics company, leading both the product development center as well as sales and marketing group. Anand spent a considerable part of his career overseas in the USA, where he held senior leadership positions in large multinational corporations with an impressive body of work.

20mins

Nalin Parbhu, CEO, Infuse Consulting (UK)

Topic Abstract

I will start my introduction with the inadequacies in testing that pushed me to be an early adopter of Agile and Xtreme Programming in the nineties, culminating in the founding of my own test automation company (Infuse) in 2002.

My aim is to cut through the confusion surrounding the ideologies and methodologies of testing, and offer a candid, pragmatic view of modern technologies and tools available today, and how their inability to change over the last two decades is the real issue. Infuse has always been an innovator in this space, and I will show you how we are pushing to make test architecture more capable to adapt to changes in the application under test, without being a major consumption on both time and resource.

30mins

Diwakar Menon

LAST MILE CONSULTANTS

Dr. Shankar Ramamoorthy

Harman Connected Services

Puneet Gupta

     ITC Infotech

Ramesh Krishnamurthy

     Indium Software

Ramesh Krishnamurthy, Chief Technology Officer, Indium Software


Topic Abstract

With most of the processes getting automated, Test Processes are not left behind. While Test Automation has come of age with various tools & frameworks around them, the artificial intelligence and machine learning is just getting integrated with Test Automation.

The topic will cover the areas & aspects of Test Processes for applying AI & ML methods that are more meaningful.

45mins

Track 1

Anand Bagmar, Software Quality Evangelist


Topic Abstract


What is the feedback loop in Software Development? How do you measure it? Is there a “magic” formula to understand this data received? How to you add value to your product using this data?

Lets discuss in this interactive session, using a case study of a B2C product to answer the above!

45mins

Track 1

A Nandini, India Head - Delivery Assurance, GlobalLogic


Topic Abstract

With Digital slowly becoming the D'fault, businesses are Re-imagining their processes, products, models and the way they engineer. Today, with the capability to transform businesses and offer superior customer experiences, the need to innovate rapidly demands that the QA and engineering functions evolve. Re-imagined Quality rests on three pillars: Process, Technology and People. Processes made agile, with Technology enabling intelligent and ML powered test automation, along with which People adapt and are taught new skills. Learn Unlearn and Relearn, the new Re-Imagined way of assuring Quality in the digital era.

45mins

Track 1

Ritu Arora, Director of Engineering, Aricent


Topic Abstract

The art of Microservices teaches us:: High trust, low process, no handoffs leading to culture of freedom and responsibility. It is a way to organize your system that provides both opportunities and difficulties for testing. I recently worked with a company transitioning away from a monolithic architecture, and helped them to re-design their automated testing strategy for the new architecture. Crux is simple patterns combined with automated tools. Self-service cloud makes impossible things instant. In this talk I’d like to share some concrete automated testing techniques that I found useful, including selective deployment, approval testing, and event monitoring. I’ll also relate some challenges we encountered enabling the teams developing the various services be able to test and deploy independently of one another.

The key philosophy behind microservices testing is :: write programs that do one thing and do it well. Key approaches are

  • Setup domain and CI/CD
  • Integrate testing culture with TDD
  • Integrate early
  • Use Mocks/Stubs to have early POC
  • Focus is on test pyramid
  • Ensure to visualize and categorize the test coverage for better result.
  • 45mins

    Track 1

    Praseed Chulliparambil, Head of Product Development, RMESI

    Topic Abstract

    Test Automation can no longer be considered as an optional element. To get the releases out on time, to bring the costs down to what it should be and to reduce person dependence, all organizations should focus on embracing test automation and building the capability. Test automation should go hand-in-hand with various Dev Ops initiatives and is a key element in leveraging the benefits of adopting an Agile framework. What are the key challenges in implementing test automation – ranging from framework to staffing and processes to metrics? Also, what are the key benefits of implementing test automation? This session will cover some of these key aspects from a business perspective.

    45mins

    Track 1

    Unicom

    About Unicom

    15mins

    Anand Ramamoorthy, Managing Director, South Asia of McAfee - Intel

    Speaker Profile

    Anand Ramamoorthy is the Managing Director, South Asia. His key responsibilities include driving enterprise centric product revenues, strengthening the customer base across verticals, fostering the channel ecosystem and positioning India for rapid non-linear growth in the coming years. An energetic and results-driven technocrat with over 18 years of experience, Anand’s career has been marked by continuous growth and company recognition across segments spanning engineering, marketing, sales and strategy in various leadership roles, both in the US and India. He brings a solid legacy of profitably growing every business that he led during his career, managing both, small and large businesses with ease. He enjoys a strong relationship with leading telecom operators, local brands in the handset and internet space, government bodies, retail channels and software/ application partners. Prior to McAfee, Anand was Director, Sales & Marketing at Intel, South Asia. In this role, he was responsible for driving sales across all product categories with OEMs, LOEMs, enterprise and government businesses. Prior to Intel, Anand was Managing Director (India) at Harman, a leading consumer electronics company, leading both the product development center as well as sales and marketing group. Anand spent a considerable part of his career overseas in the USA, where he held senior leadership positions in large multinational corporations with an impressive body of work.

    20mins

    Nalin Parbhu, CEO, Infuse Consulting (UK)

    Topic Abstract

    I will start my introduction with the inadequacies in testing that pushed me to be an early adopter of Agile and Xtreme Programming in the nineties, culminating in the founding of my own test automation company (Infuse) in 2002.

    My aim is to cut through the confusion surrounding the ideologies and methodologies of testing, and offer a candid, pragmatic view of modern technologies and tools available today, and how their inability to change over the last two decades is the real issue. Infuse has always been an innovator in this space, and I will show you how we are pushing to make test architecture more capable to adapt to changes in the application under test, without being a major consumption on both time and resource.

    30mins

    Diwakar Menon

    LAST MILE CONSULTANTS

    Dr. Shankar Ramamoorthy

    Harman Connected Services

    Puneet Gupta

         ITC Infotech

    Ramesh Krishnamurthy

         Indium Software

    Rahul Verma, Founder & CTO, Test Mile


    Topic Abstract

    Everyone wants test automation. Everyone claims to have achieved some x% of test automation. That's how it looks at the surface. However, look just a little deeper, beyond the fancy slide decks, bloated numbers, and the truths start to reveal themselves. This presentation is about telling the raw facts about the state of test automation and test automation engineers in India. It is based on Rahul's experience of interacting with hundreds of automation engineers and review of several test automation frameworks.

    45mins

    Track 2

    Atul Sharma, Senior Software Development Engineer in Test, Zoomcar India Pvtf Ltd


    Topic Abstract

    Behaviour driven development which can trace its roots to Test Driven Development process has been around us for quite some time. In philosophy, it tries to create a synergy between different aspects of the software product development process. As per Dan North, created a BDD framework, BDD is an outside-in, pull-based, multiple-stakeholder, multiple-scale, high-automation, agile methodology. It describes a cycle of interactions with well-defined outputs, resulting in the delivery of working, tested software that matters. Testing and test automation are one of key stakeholders of this approach, and rightly so. For any behaviour based approach requires a constant feedback for its continuous improvement. It becomes rather imperative that we should design our test softwares and frameworks which can keep up with this demanding approach. For such approach, behaviour becomes one of the fundamental unit and we can construct the entire test lifecycle by properly framing and chaining these behavioural units together. If we are able to introduce automation to this process, then it becomes a long term reaping reward where we get benefited not just by having a robust user level documentation which all the stakeholders understand, a validated product with clearly defined user perspective also a regression suite which will help in other functional integrations. Furthermore, this behaviour based scripts could be treated as source of truth for all future developments and/or improvements as they have been vetted by different stakeholders!

    45mins

    Track 2

    Anand Iyer, Staff Engineer, FireEye

    Topic Abstract


    Developing a test automation framework is not an easy task, especially when you're dealing with multiple products that require to work in sync with each other. A typical example is the aggregator of data from various sub-systems. In general, this problem surfaces when you are using custom-built platforms, proprietary SDKs and/or micro-services to build end-user products. Although these sub-systems can be regarded "products" in their own respects, from an end-user perspective all of this roll up into one, and must be used/tested thus. All this demand more than black-box level automation of tests. At the same time, a unit level coverage on each of these will fail to exercise the integrated environment.

    Following are some of the benefits of constructing automation APIs:

  • Provides uniformity in accessing each of the sub-systems involved. This is invaluable from the perspectives of workflow coverage, as well as troubleshooting.
  • Provides an abstraction layer, much like code-level functions do. Apart from reusability, input restructuring is a great side-benefit.
  • Serves as a proxy, and help access systems/infrastructure that are inaccessible to the automation driver.
  • Helps transparency, and helps translate complex inputs down several layers to meaningful, relevant output.
  • Helps approach the system testing from the context set by environment, input, and user behavior. Persistent contexts derived out of each session, allows tester to explore not only without redundant inputs, but helps construct stronger and lengthy user workflows, while allowing relevant portions of the output to be viewed in perspective. Apart from above, the convenience of execution of individual workflows from a browser, inline reporting, ability to create wrappers (browser-based tools) that could help partially automate tests from a laptop or a smartphone are other advantages.
  • 45mins

    Track 2

    Vipin Jain, Director, Metacube Software

    Topic Abstract

    By Embracing DevOps, the software world’s evolution continues and it keeps on embracing new technology and keeps pushing engineers to innovate and to make customer’s happy. The time to market is accelerated that has resulted in improvement of overall customer experience. However, just like any other evolution, this is equally challenging both in terms of technology as well as culturally. Although the name suggests that only development and operations are the key areas, testing is equally affected here. With each experience and each project, there are new obstacles that come in front of teams. Embracing DevOps doesn’t mean all that has be done and achieved goes waste and we have to do everything from scratch. Biggest challenge is to apply it keeping existing organizational structure as-is. This can be possible only when the communication and collaboration between all IT teams, dev, QA and ops is improved. The traditional mind set of running organizations saw developers, testers and operations engineer functioned as three teams, each having their own responsibilities and challenges. They just function as distinct teams with few managers that ensure to keep them connected. With DevOps, the onus falls on testers to see if they can remain connected and unified under DevOps Flag. This paper is my journey to answer this question and explain the approach adopted in my organization.

    45mins

    Track 2

    Vinod Joshi, Senior Program Manager, Microsoft

    Topic Abstract

    Join me on #Microsoft’s ongoing journey to #DevOps. This journey has #inspiration, #suspense, #humour, #heartache, and a happy ending. #GetInspired to implement #DevOps in your organization with recommended test practices. At VSTS in Microsoft, we’ve been on a DevOps journey and have moved 82,000+ Microsofties to DevOps. An important part of this journey has been our strategy to "Test Early, Test Continuously". We’re not perfect, we didn’t do this in six months and we’re not done. We had major milestones along the way and the pattern that we followed is very similar to the pattern we see customers following. They start with, “Gosh, I want to have continuous testing, I want test automation, I don't have a tester role, I want to shift quality left”. Yes, that’s what we asked too

    This session will cover our journey and sub topics covered will be

  • Overview of our DevOps Journey
  • Automated Testing
  • Left Shift Quality
  • Test Early
  • Test Continuously
  • Test Reliably
  • Test Efficiently
  • 45mins

    Track 2

    Unicom

    About Unicom

    15mins

    Puneet Gupta, Chief Digital Officer, ITC Infotech

    Topic Abstract

    The digital world is enabling new possibilities at a pace that we have never seen. At the same time it is introducing extraordinary level of complexity in the way systems are developed, systems behave and how experiences are consumed by end users. Testing as a function needs to radically transform it self for it to be able to validate new and existing systems to perform well in this new digital era. This talk will focus on describing 8 new dimensions of the digital world that presents new opportunities and challenges alike to the testing professionals.It will focus on issues like device diversity, cognitive effectiveness of AI applications, new scalability and security dimensions and dimensions like testing execution paradigms in agile projects to name a few.

    45mins

    Dr. Shankar Ramamoorthy

    Harman Connected Services

    Deepak YP

         Evolvus Solutions Pvt Ltd

    Sreekala Sunderrajan

        Robert Bosch

    Deepak YP, Sr. Test Solution Architect, Evolvus Solutions Pvt Ltd

    Topic Abstract

    Intelligent and Innovative test automation approach to suite the current trend of software testing in Agile and DevOps platform is the need of the hour. The dynamic technology landscape has warranted / demands a change in the current automation approach. The standard approach that focuses on the happy path of test and building scripts with several scenarios against limited set of data is the beset with pitfalls.More reliance / inclination on readily available solutions, framework and tool features might be good initially for us to develop easily and time to market but many a times it will be short span solutions to suite target requirement.Moreover, frequent failures and longer development / enhancement time increases frustration within the testing team and may revert back to manual testing fully or partially. The confidence, success rate and coverage of test automation will ultimately get reduced, which need to be avoided at any cost. The standard phrase like “Test automation approach” or “Framework” is very commonly used but will be more accomplished to suite our needs which will leads to success of the automation in long run. My long journey (17 Years in Test Automation) and passionate towards the Test automation. I would like to share the approach adopted for successful test automation of several projects and products using many tools. The current need of the hour is result oriented automation with cost effective solution and most importantly in-line with organisation testing strategy. Developing automation solutions or framework is a challenging for a phase of testing (functional testing) but the challenges with common framework across few open-source tools (SoapUI, Selenium, Appium and Jenkins) supporting different phase of testing (API, Integration, Functional, Regression, Mobile testing ) in DevOps environment in cloud. Framework facilitates to develop automation scripts with minimum code and moving towards NO code or script-less automation. Automatically developing the test case / test data. Tracking time at transnational level to measure performance. Custom reports, Dashboards to track results and quality matrix .

    45mins

    Track 1A

    Dr. Shankar Ramamoorthy, Chief customer success officer, Harman Connected Services

    Topic Abstract

    45mins

    Track 1A

    Speaker Name

    Topic Abstract

    45mins

    Track 1A

    Surbhi Aul, Test Manager, ET Marlabs

    Topic Abstract

    In this topic I would be highlighting all the areas of Static testing and how it can be used in all phases of Software Development Life cycle. Static testing is an important aspect of SDLC which helps us minimizing defects, over runs time and budget and saves goodwill of company. Static testing can be same stated as “Prevention is better than cure” How and what process we can follow to do static testing. What should be our approach and mindset when we first time interact with our client.

    Audiences will learn:

  • Learn how to start application testing before a single line of code is written and identify issues that would potentially be converted into functional defects.
  • Understand how to apply various static testing checklists
  • Learn why you can save your company hundreds of thousands of dollars by implementing Static Testing Methodology
  • Learn the main difference between static and dynamic testing and sharing my personal experience.
  • 45mins

    Track 1B

    Nalinikanth M, Senior Quality Analyst, ThoughtWorks Inc.

    Topic Abstract

    Security being a major stake holder these days to any project. The best way of building a security product is adopting security from the start. Threat modeling is a first step to do that on any agile project. This talk speaks all about Threat Modeling, What it is, why it is required, when to do it, how to do it, what are the ways to do it and so on.. also about once you identify threats how do you prioritize them. How to define the future of these Threats. Also about how this helps in building a secure product.
    Major Take Aways:
    1. What is Threat Modeling
    2. How to do Threat modeling
    3. How will help in building a secure product.
    4. How to prioritize Threats identified.
    5. How to address the identified Threats. This is going to be an interactive talk with lots of things extracted from questions.

    45mins

    Track 1B

    Unicom

    About Unicom

    15mins

    Puneet Gupta, Chief Digital Officer, ITC Infotech

    Topic Abstract

    The digital world is enabling new possibilities at a pace that we have never seen. At the same time it is introducing extraordinary level of complexity in the way systems are developed, systems behave and how experiences are consumed by end users. Testing as a function needs to radically transform it self for it to be able to validate new and existing systems to perform well in this new digital era. This talk will focus on describing 8 new dimensions of the digital world that presents new opportunities and challenges alike to the testing professionals.It will focus on issues like device diversity, cognitive effectiveness of AI applications, new scalability and security dimensions and dimensions like testing execution paradigms in agile projects to name a few.

    45mins

    Dr. Shankar Ramamoorthy

    Harman Connected Services

    Deepak YP

         Evolvus Solutions Pvt Ltd

    Sreekala Sunderrajan

        Robert Bosch

    Hari Sankaranarayanan, Director - Engineering, Amadeus

    Topic Abstract

    As AI is defining the future applications, we will invariably dealing with text, voice based applications. The challenges are multifold from understanding utterances, syntax, part of speech et al. As a testing community, how can we test these applications to scale. There are techniques like text processing using word2vec, deep learning methods, cosine similarity, text classification that can help. We will explore any toolset and newer methods evolving in this space. The session would be a combination of challenges, methods in research and how to get deeper into natural language applications. Also to break the myth that it is only developer’s forte and how quality engineers/testers can help automating the testing life cycle.

    45mins

    Track 2A

    Manojkumar Nagaraj, Director, Capgemini
    Ghanashyam Sajankila, Program Manager, Capgemini

    Topic Abstract

    Organizations are under pressure to build, deploy, and scale applications faster to be competitive in the market. This requires companies to relook at their current traditional testing approach and seek disruptive models for progression and regression testing to deliver agility, reduced cycle time and cost by optimizing the test portfolio. Many organizations are already adopting Model Based Testing approach to drive Test case optimization using machine learning (ML) algorithms by automating the test case generation and drive downstream automation by generating Automations scripts aligning with popular execution engines based on Selenium or UFT. While MBT has supported progressive automation intelligently through optimization, the larger questions remain is that how to optimize the existing large regression packs. The traditional approach of regressing all Test cases all the time may not be efficient in terms of cost and cycle time. Regression test suit keeps growing after each release. Often this leads to over burning of effort when a critical change request comes in. Testers do not have systematic framework that would identify subset of critical test cases from the entire pack to execute for achieving optimal coverage balancing risk when under release pressure. In the absence of this, the decision made is random and not accurate resulting in defect leakage to production. The current paper talks about how AI and ML is applied to develop Business rules driven Analytics framework that delivers the key asks like Testcase optimization and prioritization based on defect severity levels. The Analytics model keeps learning with new streams of Test data and creates risk profiling of the critical testcases for optimization/prioritization consideration.

    45mins

    Track 2A

    Navneet Kaur, Principal QA Engineer, Kronos

    Topic Abstract

    Resiliency Cyborg, in specific, refers to identifying and implementing test cases that traverse through all parts of the system using automated scripts. This should typically mimic production like situations in which node breakdown event occurs for any service in 'High Availability' architecture. In today’s business era of a cloud environment, there is a dramatic need for executing Resiliency test cases, every time code is promoted into the production environment and/or there is a service upgrade. In all such scenarios with limited time in hand, the best approach is to automate this layer of test cases. But if we investigate the testing world, there is limited information or resources or ready-to-use frameworks available to handle resiliency automated test in a cloud environment. Typically, we want to handle these situations using our framework: 1. Node Unavailability 2. Node Recovery 3. Network Latency 4. Network Glitch 5. Cluster Breakdown 6. Packet Loss [Congestions] – Queue is already loaded that it discards upcoming data packets. Primary checkpoints include Data loss, Data Delay, Error and Exception Reporting, and Recoverability. This paper also includes flowcharts, UML diagram and Use Case data flow to depict the adaptable information. It answers the biggest need of the time - Cloud Resiliency Automation.

    45mins

    Track 2A

    Reji Thomas Mathew, QA Manager, Benefitalign

    Topic Abstract

    Nowadays, threat to confidential data and theft of private infrastructure resources is very high. Hence the importance of security testing is of utmost focus. But in practice, most of the expert tools are commercial and caters for a specific type of testing. This makes the whole exercise complex and higher on budget. Also that invites multiple skillset, which makes the human resources also costly.

    45mins

    Track 2A

    Subho Halder, Co-Founder and CTO, Appknox

    Topic Abstract

    Mobile app security testing automation is automating static and dynamic analysis of mobile apps prior to deployment. Security testing identifies vulnerabilities arising from an apps’ permissions, network connections, source code, and other aspects of the mobile attack surface.

    Automation, when done right, gives you the opportunity to parallelize security testing along with your other testing procedures. Cloud services empower you to run all of your testing simultaneously and at scale. This approach makes security testing just another layer in the testing stack performed as frequently as unit, integration, compatibility, and performance testing. Leveraging a previously configured CI/CD setup, and integrating additional tools, allows you to institute security testing earlier in the SDLC, which reduces the cost per bug fix.

    45mins

    Track 2A

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