The Eastern European DevOps conference Accelerate 2019 is a month away and the agenda has got me interested. The conference will be housed at Marx Halle in Vienna on the 13th and 14th of November.
The Tricentis conference has three tracks: Enterprise Automation, Robotic Process Automation and Continuous Testing. There are over 120 sessions spread across the two days.
Forrester’s latest research on enterprise automation will be presented by the company’s VP and Principal Analyst Craig Le Clair.
Tricentis’ will present their ACT continuous testing framework which according to them has helped eliminate bottlenecks in testing for a number of their customers. A number of minor sessions on load testing, functional testing and performance testing among them are peppered across the two days. ANZ, Woolworth and Dell are sharing case studies as well.
A Great Debate is scheduled on day 1 which looks at the pros and cons faced by the IT workforce on the back of automation.
A workshop on BDD on day 1 is one of the sessions that I am looking forward to. Judy Chung and Colwell from Tricentis will be championing it.
About Accelerate 2019
Software testing leaders from around the world will be gathering in Vienna to discuss what’s needed to meet the rapidly-evolving expectations associated with digital transformation. With over 2 days of continuous testing sessions—often with 4 tracks running in parallel and events from morning to late night— Accelerate 2019 is bound to be an unforgettable Continuous Testing immersion experience.
Accelerate 2019 is co-hosted by Wipro and Accenture who are the platinum sponsors. Automators, BearingPoint, Qualysoft and Sogeti as the Gold sponsors, and Expleo, MobileLabs, and QualiTest as the Silver sponsors. Exhibitor sponsors include Pactera, Sixsentix, Tasktop, The Testing Consultancy, and T-Systems.
With the industry’s #1 Continuous Testing platform, Tricentis is recognized for reinventing software testing for DevOps. Through agile test management and advanced test automation optimized to support over 150+ technologies, we provide automated insight into the business risks of your software releases—transforming testing from a roadblock to a catalyst for innovation. Wipro has invested in Tricentis back in 2017.