Software engineering has arguably been one of mankind’s greatest advancements. We use it to solve real-world problems, improve effectiveness and efficiency in all industries, and of course generate profit.

Ultimately, innovation is dependent on the number of tests an organization can run; we need to develop confidence in the quality of these tests. In most disciplines, practitioners have standards to meet, and failure to adhere can have severe consequences. For example, physicians rely on a standard of care, and electrical engineers rely on specific IEEE standards when designing systems. However, quality engineering seems to lack this discipline, along with the tooling to make things easier. We now have cloud, infrastructure-as-code, and DevOps platforms.

So, what’s stopping us when it comes to quality? Is it our lack of confidence to release on demand? Parag Doshi from Tricentis shares his perspective as an engineer and executive on how our industry is at the precipice of quality engineering, making the way we deliver software more scalable, dynamic, and reliable.

Contact Parag: p.doshi@tricentis.com
Dr Parag Doshi
Vice President of Customer Engineering at Tricentis
At Tricentis, Parag led engineering of multiple software quality engineering products and hybrid-multi-cloud SaaS solutions such as qTest – an industry leading test management product. He has a background in architecting & scaling distributed application services, building engineering teams, and driving integrations across a complex product portfolio. His team also created a new data analytics capability to provide insights across all types of testing (manual/automated functional, performance, and many others).

As a recognized cloud-native expert, Parag’s driven enterprise transformation initiatives from the perspective of a consumer of multiple public clouds as well as a provider of cloud services. He was the founder of Anthem’s Cloud Platform Services where he drove a hybrid cloud and DevSecOps capability and set up a cross-business unit program to migrate 100+ mission critical applications in 2 years. He enabled Anthem to build a new pharmacy-benefits-management business in AWS resulting in $800 million in total operating gain for Anthem in 2020 per Forbes and CNBC. Prior to Anthem, Parag worked at Hewlett-Packard having multiple roles including Chief Technologist of DXC’s Virtual Private Cloud, CTO for HP’s Application Services in North America, and founding Practice Principal for HP’s Service Oriented Architecture practice.
Register To Watch Recording
First Name*
Last Name*
Email Address*
Job Title*
By registering for this event, you will also receive special offers and product communication from the sponsor and TechWell. (You may unsubscribe at any time.)
I agree*
We use BigMarker as our webinar platform. By clicking Register, you acknowledge that the information you provide will be transferred to BigMarker processing in accordance with their Terms of Service and Privacy Policy.