The Little Automation Engine that Could: Boost Mobile DevOps with a Device Cloud

Duration:60 minutes

Mobile app developers and QA engineers are constantly looking for ways to streamline operations and to release apps and updates faster. But, as many enterprise mobility professionals have discovered, the path to improve mobile DevOps is challenging and not without obstacles.

How can busy teams finally get the results they want from their DevOps initiatives? The solution is to bring  test automation and infrastructure together into one enhanced platform to break down barriers and to accelerate DevOps in the testing lab.

Join this web seminar and discover the power of combining a built-in automation engine with a high-performing device cloud.

You will learn:

  • How to enhance test automation performance and stability with a device cloud
  • Ways that a built-in automation engine boosts mobile DevOps
  • The benefits of having an all-in-one solution in your testing lab

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Dan McFall

President and CEO

Mobile Labs

Dan McFall has over 19 years of professional and executive experience in the B2B technology sector. He is currently president and CEO of Atlanta-based Mobile Labs, a leading provider of mobile testing and device management solutions. Dan is a seasoned, knowledgeable executive with extensive experience spanning mobility, testing, Agile software development and technical support. He has worked with global organizations to improve their development and QA processes around mobile device and application testing.


Mobile Labs 

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