Adam Satterfield and Mush Honda help demystify DevOps for testers moving into the function during “Test First, Fail Fast” webinar, March 22, 2-3 p.m. ET
ATLANTA — The Internet uncovers more than 3.4 million search results for “how to transition to DevOps.” To help simplify a testers shift to DevOps, KMS Technology Vice Presidents of Testing, Adam Satterfield and Mush Honda, will host a free DevOps webinar, “Test First, Fail Fast,” Wednesday, March 22 from 2-3 p.m. ET. They will share insights, tips and takeaways for developers and IT professionals to better understand how to adopt the DevOps culture and integrate into their practice.
Register for the free webinar here.
“DevOps is a term becoming more prominent in software development dialogues these days,” said Honda. “The idea continues to help project teams and IT operations efficiently and effectively build, test and release software.”
“Whether you develop software for an enterprise or a smaller startup, DevOps continues to be integrated as a cross-departmental function across business cultures of all sizes,” shared Satterfield.
According to Right Scale’s 2016 State of the Cloud survey, the DevOps adoption rate has increased from 66 percent in 2015 to 74 percent in 2016. While SMBs were the early adopters of DevOps, enterprises are rapidly embracing it. In 2016, 81 percent of enterprises adopted DevOps compared to 70 percent in SMBs.
Tune in to the “Test First, Fail Fest” webinar to learn:
- The biggest concern when moving to DevOps – and how to handle it
- Why you need ‘Coding Testers’
- The best tools for the job
- The process of failing fast, and its significance to testers
- Measuring the transition – recommended metrics
- The value of DevOps long-term – efficiency, repeatability & reliability