Plan, Build, Develop, Test, Release—it’s all relative.
New approaches like DevOps or the adoption of a Digital Transformation strategy are meant to make life easier and simpler to creating quality applications faster with better quality and at lower costs, but do they? Maybe. They’ll help put structure in place for team collaboration or deliver an experience your customers won’t forget, but development teams still face the constraints of development through deployment. From development, testing and the management of releases, organizations and their customers have had to deal with ineffective service delivery, compounded by the silos of development, system administration, and operations. CA solutions for DevOps and Continuous Delivery can help you eliminate constraints across the software delivery lifecycle (SDLC), allow developers, testers and performance teams to work in parallel for faster delivery and more reliable outcomes, all the way through deployment and feedback from IT Operations. Get the information you need when you need it in these thought provoking sessions live or on-demand. Be a member of channel to receive updates, best practices and advice from industry thought leaders on how to eliminate constraints across your SDLC.
Site Reliability Engineering (or SRE) has been gaining popularity recently to help improve reliability of systems as well as a prescriptive approach to implementing DevOps. Testers similarly play a key role in helping to balance the needs of velocity with overall system quality.
SREs develop, maintain and operate software that automates the traditional roles of the system administrator at large scale, such as configuration and cluster management systems, and that support reliability and scalability goals, such as container virtualization and the systems architecture of microservices
In this webinar we’ll explore:
* The synergies and differences between SREs and testers
* How testers can work with SREs and development teams to balance the needs of velocity and quality
* Tools to help integrate SRE into Continuous Testing and Continuous Delivery
Jeff Hughes, Continuous Testing – CA TechnologiesRecorded: Oct 30 201847 mins
What's keeping you from testing continuously within your sprints? Learn how to find, reserve and use the right test data to help you test at the speed of agile and allow your teams to lead rather than follow each sprint.
During this webinar you will:
• Learn the biggest reason you struggle to find test data
• Learn 3 ways you can deliver test data more quickly to your testing teams
• Learn how CA TDM can help reduce the time and expense to deliver fresh test data
Steve Feloney, VP Product Management CA TechnologiesRecorded: Oct 30 201849 mins
To compete successfully in today’s economy, companies from all industries require the ability to deliver software faster, with higher quality, and reduced risk and costs. This is only possible with a modern software factory that can deliver quality software continuously. Yet for most enterprises, testing has not kept pace with modern development methodologies. A new approach to software testing is required: Continuous Testing.
In the first session in a series, join product management leadership to gain in-depth insights on how by shifting testing left, and automating all aspects of test case generation and execution, continuous testing, it enables you to deliver quality software faster than ever.
Alex Martins, CA TechnologiesRecorded: Oct 24 201862 mins
What's keeping you from testing continuously within sprints?
As your organization adopts test-driven, agile development methods, you’ll want to automate testing even more so you’re not lagging behind the development sprint.
Join this web seminar to learn how to use in-sprint test automation related practices around requirements engineering, test design automation and test case optimization to help you test at the speed of agile – thus, allowing you to:
- Shift testing all the way to the left—to your business requirements design phase
- Automatically generate test automation scripts for both open source and commercial frameworks
- Achieve maximum coverage with the smallest set of test cases, directly from clearly modeled requirements
Pascal Joly, Director, Technology Partnerships and Technical Marketing at QualiRecorded: Oct 19 201852 mins
While modern DevOps practices have become the norm in many organizations, mid-size and large enterprises are still largely behind in their automation journey. They have the management mandate and some resources but are burdened by slow-moving legacy processes and applications. At their disposal, DevOps teams have a plethora of tools that seem to pull them in multiple directions at once.
How do you find the right path to the DevOps journey?
In this session you can expect to learn about:
· The detours organizations typically encounter as they deploy DevOps, and sometimes get lost along the way.
· A direct route to achieving DevOps at scale for an entire organization using Environments as a Service
· How to connect an end to end solution to Manage dozens of application environments effectively.
You’re all too familiar with data privacy laws touching every aspect of your business. You can’t be too careful with customer data and with each passing law, the stakes get even higher. Join us for this webcast to learn how test data management practices can not only survive but thrive with all the new data privacy laws enacted in the past year. You’ll learn best practices and experience some of the tools available to help you demonstrate compliance.
Test Data Management is the utilization of a platform of tools by which test data is identified, masked, generated and delivered to testers and testing teams.
Tim Meuting, Director of Product Marketing / Justin Springer, Director of PresalesRecorded: Oct 16 201843 mins
Many solution providers have their point of view on how to enable continuous delivery, unfortunately, most are laser focused on just one part of the overall process. CA Technologies, the leader in Application Release Orchestration for the last 2 years according to Gartner has the right approach, and it’s not just on streamlining one part of the process; it's about orchestrating everything from a single click, delivering true enterprise agility while allowing your organization to be as agile as they want to be and ultimately enabling your development, release and operations teams to spend less time in scripting, manual tasks, dealing with failed deployments and more time focused on delivering more software innovations to market more quickly and with higher quality and driving value back to business.
This webinar will explore CA Technologies – Continuous Delivery solution from the perspective of those persons involved and responsible for getting new software capabilities out to market faster, including development teams, release teams and operations.
Finally, we'll discuss how some or our most successful customers solved their unique continuous delivery problems and implemented an automated, scalable and auditable delivery process that enables 20% YoY Business Growth.
In this Webinar we will also cover:
• Realizing Open Source alone won’t scale to solve your continuous delivery problems
•DevOps Maturity and how to eliminate the barriers slowing you down
•Integrating both next generation architectures like Microservices, Containers, while providing agility to legacy applications
•Turning on Self-Service capabilities to Development for easy single click creation of development environments
Keith Puzey CA Technologies and Laszlo Simity Sauce LabsRecorded: Oct 11 201852 mins
We’ve all heard the saying: speed, quality, cost – choose two. But in today’s application economy, winners must have all three. 77% of consumers are less loyal than they were 3 years ago. 60% of digital customers are gone forever once they leave. Testing is one of the biggest bottlenecks in continuous delivery, but shortcuts here directly impact quality, and ultimately, your own competitive advantage. There is no room for mistakes. Winning depends on volume, velocity, and quality. How can you deliver it all?
We’ll show you how to automate, orchestrate, and facilitate continuous everything.
Join CA DevOps and Sauce Labs and learn how to:
•Shift quality left: orchestrate and automate testing in every phase of the SDLC with automated promotion and integrated feedback loops.
•Accelerate testing in every phase of the SDLC: Test web and mobile apps in parallel – achieve up to 10X improvement in testing time. Use tools of choice while optimizing every aspect of your complex, interdependent multi-application pipelines.
•Get started in less than 1 hour….and for free!
Achieve truly automated, continuous delivery (including testing!!!) with CA and Sauce Labs
Jason Schadewald (Presales, Continuous Delivery & Service Virtualization); Alan Baptista (Principal PMM, SV)Recorded: Oct 9 201861 mins
Wondering where to start with Service Virtualization? Or what other creative ways companies are adopting Service Virtualization? Are you trying to extend your current use of Service Virtualization?
This session will cover the common and some not so common use cases of CA Service Virtualization. This will be a session with subject matter experts who will present on how some of CA customers have adopted and extended their use of their instances of CA Service Virtualization. Come to learn, but also to ask our speakers on how best to adopt your SV solution within your organization.
Beverly Mindle and Koustubh Warty, CA TechnologiesRecorded: Oct 5 201863 mins
This session will walk you through the new and exciting features in our latest release- CA Service Virtualization v10.3 and offer some pointers on how to upgrade & stay current.
Hear from our expert on tips and tricks to best upgrade to the latest version of CA Service Virtualization. Our experts will be at hand to take all of your questions on the new version and the upgrading process.
Jeff Hughes CA Technologies, Alan Shimel DevOps.comRecorded: Sep 27 201848 mins
Data Privacy has once again vaulted to the forefront with Facebook and other large companies grappling with data breaches and the use (or misuse) of personal data. We are charting new frontiers in data privacy and legislation alone will not mitigate the data challenges that lay ahead. Brand loyalty and brand trust can take years to build, but can be lost in an instant with one data privacy misstep. There are a number of regulatory challenges facing enterprises globally that need to be considered as well including The US Patriot Act and the upcoming GDPR requirement