A Lean Automation Blueprint for Testing in Continuous Delivery

Lean and Mean Automation for Continuous Delivery

Testing in Continuous Delivery changes Test Automation. It demands more Automation, but also requires immediate feedback. Many test teams today suffer from 2 extremes: (1) Too little or no Automation, or (2) Organizations with hundreds of thousands of tests constantly running all kinds of VMs that take multiple days to execute. Any hope of Continuous Delivery or pipeline Automation makes these states unsustainable.

In this webinar, LogiGear Senior Executive Vice President, Michael Hackett discusses how companies can use the principles of Lean Software Development’s “Lean and mean” as a blueprint for their Software Testing strategy when it comes to creating, running, and executing Lean Automated Testing suites to be successful in Continuous Delivery, as well as:

  • The Modern CD Regression Challenge
  • What is Lean?
  • What is Regression?
  • What is Continuous Delivery?
  • Areas to Consider for Test Automation

Learn how to be successful in creating Lean and mean Continuous Testing suites for Continuous Delivery in this on-demand webinar.

What are the benefits of Lean Automation suites?

There are 7 guiding principles of Lean Software Development, and when applied to Test Automation, they optimize your team’s workflow, thus increasing performance by:

Increasing Efficiency: The first principle of Lean is Eliminate Waste. Waste can be unnecessary features or code, unneeded bureaucracy, etc.

Increasing Productivity: By cutting waste and hyper-focusing on more quality-critical tasks, your teams will be much more productive.

Increasing Communication: Sharing knowledge across the entire team is a key aspect of Lean; by increasing communication and knowledge, we’re also increasing collaboration.

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