Reality Check: The Role of Manual Testing in DevOps

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With the growing pressure of digital disruption, enterprises find themselves facing the need for speed—and change. DevOps has emerged to enable this change and help speed up time to market and cross-team collaboration. As a result, DevOps has transformed how we test and our daily testing routines.

But what does this mean for manual testing? Have you made the decision to use it or lose it?

Join this web seminar to learn why the adoption of DevOps doesn’t mean the death of manual testing.

You will learn:

  • What the future holds for the role of manual testing and UI test automation
  • How teams can achieve their required level of testing, without slowing down the acceleration initiative
  • What these changes mean for testing service providers

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Ingo Philipp



Ingo Philipp, Distinguished Evangelist at Tricentis, champions the methodologies, best practices, and technologies at the core of the company’s Continuous Testing solution. His insights on rethinking software testing and passion for elevating the role of the software tester have made him a sought-after speaker/author across the global software testing community. Before Ingo entered the multifaceted world of software testing and development, he worked as a theoretical astrophysicist in the field of high-energy particle physics and computational fluid dynamics at the University of Vienna and the Berlin Institute for Technology. He holds a Master of Science degree.



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