TestIstanbul 2016 Opening Speech: "Formula 1, Continuous Integration, Continuous Delivery and Test Data Management" by Board President Koray Yitmen.
Continuous integration primarily focuses on asserting that the code compiles successfully and passes a body of automated unit and acceptance tests. But is it enough? And what is the relationship between Continuous Delivery and Formula 1 Racing?
World Record - Fastest F1 Pit Stop
It is 1.95 seconds
Objective of IT Projects
To deliver high-quality, valuable software in a
fast and reliable manner
How long would it take your organization to deploy a
change that involves just one single line of code?
• A month
• A week
• A day
• An hour
F1 car = Executable code
Pit Stop = Continuous Integration
Continuous integration primarily focuses
on asserting that the code compiles
successfully and passes a body of
automated unit and acceptance tests.
Is it enough?
F1 Trials = Testing
•The same car
•The same circuit
•The same configurations
•And the same fuel (data) but less is enough
Test Data Management Processes
Software quality depends on testing
Test quality depends on test data
Kristian Karl – Why automated verification matters
Dan Cuellar – The story of appium: lessons learned creating an open source project, 0 to 100,000 users
Rex Black – Enterprise challenges of test data
Roland Leusden – Performance testing of big data
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