About
Applications built on microservices require a different approach to testing – but they also provide an opportunity to shift testing even further left. There are several things that developers and testers can do prior to deployment to validate that new features are safe to deploy into the integrated environment. By working together to shift more testing to the feature level, they can reduce the amount of API and functional testing that's required and improve test coverage across the board.

In this webinar, we'll share a few strategies for shifting more testing to the feature level that can save time down the road. Join us to learn about:

• Early-stage prototyping and mocking using code-level simulations
• Deploying simulation as a part of the build process
• Integrating contract testing to ensure API changes don't break your application
• Deploying mocks and contracts as a part of the DevOps process
When
Thu, Apr 21, 2022 · 2:00 PM Eastern Time (US & Canada) (GMT -4:00)
Presenters
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Clinton Sprauve
Enterprise Strategist
Clinton Sprauve is the Enterprise Strategist for Tricentis. He was previous an Enterprise Solutions Architect at Gitlab and also served as their Sr. PMM for Competitive Intelligence. Prior to GitLab, Clinton was the Product Marketing Director for Mobile at Sauce Labs. Clinton also served as the senior product marketing manager for Hewlett-Packard Enterprise functional testing suite. He was also the director of product strategy for the Borland Solutions Division of Micro Focus.
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Chris Colosimo
Senior Product Manager, qTest
Chris Colosimo is a service virtualization and API testing subject matter expert focusing on Continuous testing at speed. Currently a product manager of Service Virtualization and microservice testing at Tricentis, he is focused on enterprise testing strategy and the deployment of the continuous feedback across the STLC. Chris is obsessed with agile testing acceleration through automation and enjoys working with developers and testers to discover constraints, evolve processes, and facilitate the change management required to adopt DevOps principals throughout the organization.