Using Open Source as a Vendor??
Selecting the right automation framework is hard. Today, there are so many possibilities. From open source solutions to our own developed commercial tools.
In this session, I'll take you through my automation journey of 6 years of automating different systems and how I selected the right automation tool/framework for each project.
We'll "fight" together the never-ending battle between selecting our own tool as a vendor to selecting the right tool for the project which is open source. How we convinced management that open source was the right selection over our own vendor tools.
I'll explain the process of selecting a new framework for a new product and share the 10-commandments of an automation framework for us.
Outline/structure of the Session
- Explaining the 1st project and the tool that we selected (internal tool) and the lessons learned
- Explaining the 2nd project and how I convinced management to select an open source over our own vendor tool and the lessons learned
- My latest project and the current automation implementation we have
- The 10 guidelines for selecting a new automation frameworks
- How to convince your management to select open source
- What are the 10 must-have for an automation framework
- Understand that it's not about the tool itself but about selecting the right tool for the right product
Automation Engineers, Test Architects, Test Managers
schedule Submitted 2 years ago
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