A hard truth: without automated testing, agile delivery isn’t possible. Yet ask any QA director whose team has recently engaged in agile projects how their team leveraged test automation, and you might see them close their eyes and wish they were somewhere else. It’s an understandable response. Since automated testing requires an investment in designing and developing the framework and scripts, the payout is usually highest when applied to mature (read “stable”) applications—which is not the typical state of an application in the second sprint. And the composite nature of most modern applications only makes things harder. So attend this webinar for a look at HP R&D's own best practices for continuous testing in agile sprints—and a candid discussion of the additional challenges imposed by composite architectures.
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