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Friday, January 24 • 12:30pm - 1:25pm
Dev/Testing challenges with microservices and CD

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With a modern-day service, there is ever-increasing pressure to release early and often. The situation is further exacerbated with microservices as these are deployed independently. Traditional quality assurance processes cannot cope with this high degree of agility as there is no time for testing to be “out-of-phase” with development. Given this, developer and QE roles have to be fundamentally reimagined.

In this talk, we’ll go over similar challenges that we faced while building OpenShift Cluster Manager, a microservices based SaaS offering (deployed on top of OpenShift) at Red Hat. We’ll cover the incremental process changes and approaches taken to drive test automation and close collaboration between development and QE teams. The talk does not intend to be prescriptive and instead aims to highlight challenges faced as well as lessons learned along the way that can be helpful for any development or QE team, especially those deploying their applications/services on OpenShift.

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Mark Turansky

Principal Software Engineer, Red Hat
From hacking BASIC on the Commodore64 as a kid to writing controllers in pre-1.0 Kubernetes, I've loved computers for a very long time. These days I work on Red Hat's hosted OpenShift product, where shared control planes have a massive blast radius in customer data. To mitigate risk... Read More →

Abhishek Gupta

Engineering Manager, Red Hat, Inc
I have been with Red Hat for almost 10 years now, working on all versions of OpenShift from v1 to now v4. I came to Red Hat through the acquisition of Makara where we were building a "PaaS" (before the term was coined) for deploying and managing web applications on premises or in... Read More →

Friday January 24, 2020 12:30pm - 1:25pm CET
D0206 Faculty of Information Technology Brno University of Technology, Božetěchova, Brno-Královo Pole, Czechia