Case Study - QTP/UFT to Selenium Migration - 80% reduced execution time

location_city Bengaluru schedule Sep 5th 01:30 PM - Jan 1st 12:00 AM place Grand Ball Room 2

QTP/UFT has been one of the leading Test Automation tool in the market. QTP supports a wide variety of technologies and with the recent article from Telerik - "5 hidden costs of Selenium". Is it really worth migrating to Selenium? If you think No, then think again. We recently migrated a client from QTP to Selenium, and the results was a 80% savings in execution time using one single machine. This case study will share the challenges we faced initially and how we managed a framework with high re-usability and execution

 
 

Outline/Structure of the Case Study

- Introduction to Author (2 mins)

- Introduction to QTP and Selenium (3 mins)

   - History of QTP

   - History of Selenium

- Purpose of QTP to Selenium migration (3 mins)

- Challenges (6 mins)

   - No predefined object types (2 mins)

   - No Object Repository (2 mins)

   - Native windows, User Id/Password window (2 min)

- Best Practices (11 min)

   - Verify v/s Assert (3 min)

   - Page Object v/s Object Repository (5 min)

   - Parallel execution (3 min) 

- Results (2 min)

- Future Roadmap (3min)

- Q&A (15 mins)

Learning Outcome

- Best practices to be used while Automation

- Improving execution performance

- Reducing implementation code

 

Target Audience

Test Automation Engineer, Managers

schedule Submitted 6 years ago

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