Tester’s considerations when moving towards successful CI/CD

Today I opened the QA&Testing Conference with a Tutorial on Continuous integration and deployment (CI/CD). In this interactive session we had a look at what it takes to make it a success. This is much more than just building the pipeline. In a new case assignment we deep dived in the test approach needed to build quality in every step op de CI/CD process. You can find the slides and the included workshop results below:

 

Workshop description: Continuous integration and deployment (CI/CD) empowers organisations to bring their solution in production fast and frequent. This interactive session will share the benefits of this concept and introduce eight conditions that need to be met in order to make CI/CD a success. After this brief introduction, we will make small groups and explore these conditions, exchange experiences and you will get an understanding what needs to be improved in your organisation. Talk to your peers and learn where they stand. Of course each of the groups will share their learnings, so we all go home with an understanding of how you can benefit from CI/CD and what needs to be done to make it work.Finally we will see what test strategy we would advise if our company would decide to move towards CI/CD and this cover we consider much more than just automate our tests…

 

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One Response to Tester’s considerations when moving towards successful CI/CD

  1. Pingback: Interview CI/CD during QA&Testing Conference | Derk-Jan de Grood

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