55: HP Discover Recap and a Sneak Peek of LeanFT

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HP Discover Recap and a Sneak Peek of LeanFT


In this episode, discover my top takeaways from this year’s HP Discover conference, and get a sneak peek of the new HP automation tool that is going to blow your mind.

 

Quotes & Insights from this Test Talk

  • Codar – Automate the deployment of your applications by using a graphical topology designer, trigger deployments automatically with Jenkins, and embrace existing content from Chef, Docker, Amazon Web Services, and more.
  • AppPulse – A Saas based solution that monitor websites, Cloud, and SaaS services instantly from the perspective of your end-user. 
  • HP LeanFT, which allows software developers and testers to leverage continuous testing and continuous delivery methodologies to rapidly build, test, and deliver secure, high quality applications.
  • LeanFT does not replace UFT
  • LeanFT supports C# and Java
  • Using LeanFT allows you to leverage the same exact tools that your developers use.
  • It's confirmed Jonathon Wrights is a test automation cyborg
  • Applitools will integrate with LeanFT

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4 responses to “55: HP Discover Recap and a Sneak Peek of LeanFT”

  1. Go Joe go!

    Nicely done. Great point on (paraphrase) “web testing still happens on a Desktop product” and the Selenium challenge.

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