ServiceNow Automated Test Framework (ATF) – Advanced analysis, ROI and Demo

Presented by

Stephen Makowski-ServiceNow Consultant,Kiruthiga Shanmuga-ServiceNow Lead Developer,Kaviarasan Selvaraj-ServiceNow Evangelist

About this talk

ServiceNow has released its Automated Test Framework (ATF) feature in last year’s Istanbul release. Ever since, it’s widely used by ServiceNow customers to create and run automated tests on their ServiceNow instance. In this webinar session, we will conduct an expert analysis on ATF, and find out how organizations are leveraging ATF to achieve ROI from their investment. We will also demo few use cases on ATF to help users navigate through this feature and learn the advantages of using it. Key topics in the session include: • Automated Testing Framework Overview • Why use ATF? • ATF for ServiceNow and Upgrades • Achieve ROI through ATF and Automation • ATF Use case Demo, - Creating and running manual tests (timed) - How to create and run same tests using ATF version and view the results - Overview of Test Suites and scheduled testing/reports - Display of Custom Scripts and Configuration • Advantages and Disadvantages

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