Not a Pipe Dream: E2E & Combinatorial Test Automation in the Pipeline
Is your development organization migrating to a more continuous integration/continuous delivery environment using containers in the cloud and pipelines, but you are not sure how to adapt your test automation to this change? You are not alone! Dom and Ed were facing a similar problem in their organization. With limited test engineer resources and the rapid rate of code change, it was no longer efficient and provided less business value to have the test engineers manually execute test automation with every deployment. If the test automation could be integrated into the development pipeline, the team can ensure the quality of the code earlier and free up the test engineers to do what they do best, build automation! Dom and Ed will walk through how they adapted the test automation for the pipeline by creating services which executes test automation in the cloud using OpenShift and, are called from Azure Dev Ops pipelines. This will be demonstrated with a sample application using a common web architecture; Angular front-end using Protractor, web API back-end using xUnit and SQL databases for storage. Attend this session to learn how to adapt your front-end/back-end test automation for the pipeline using OpenShift and Docker containers.