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Overview of the event

We recently wrapped up 2019 as the year of digital quality. We talked about how digital transformation is going to bring even more drastic shifts in how we do software delivery. And how your organization needs to brace up to bring agile models to work in order to release higher quality software faster through automated testing.

A key trend that will sweep over to bring economies of scale, speed and intelligence will be automated testing followed by AI. We've seen a massive movement from manual to automation in the last couple of years, as manual could not handle this scale of change. Manual testing matrices are too big to approximate manually, take a long time, and are very complex to handle for applications like Uber, Snapchat, and Twitter that are scaling at the speed of light.

Manual testing might not be able to meet the demand of a plethora of web browsers, devices, operating systems, screen resolutions, and responsive designs. And to deliver quality at the speed of digital, there will be a need to bring in the right automated testing initiatives. But automation is vast and there are several nuances to it. Which nuances will be more pronounced in 2020?

Agile Testing and Test Automation Summit will help you get industry best practices in Test Automation and the latest tools and techniques to achieve it.

Facts & Figures About The Event

7 Speakers
7 Topics
50 Tickets

Our Past Speakers

Anna Ceberio-Verghese

Director of Enterprise Agile

NCR Corporation

Ken Johnston

Principal Data Science and Data Engineering Manager


Sumanta Boral

Senior Technical Program Manager


Doug Boyce

Scrum Master & Agile Coach

T-Mobile | CSM, CPO & SA

Kevin Klinemeier


Shipshape Software

Malini K RamachandraMurthy

Senior Consultant Automation SDET

Infogain Corporation

Ross Smith



Kamal Mudgal

Automation Test Engineer

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Conference Schedule

Agile Testing and Test Automation Summit, Seattle

X Topic Abstract

Practices of “test automation” drop most quality knowledge on the floor. This problem brings opportunity costs for quality risk and for the software business: software flaws entering the code repository, wasted work by the QA role, automation that takes too long to run, inefficient managing of quality risk, rework for performance measurements, and effectively hiding quality information from team members who care about it but don’t have their fingers in the code every day.

This talk presents multiple strategies to preserve and communicate quality knowledge and address each of these opportunity costs, with increasing levels of challenge and reward for the team. I will also show the quality automation view and how to persist and communicate all of the quality knowledge from driving and measuring the SUT using a familiar pattern, and how this enables the MetaAutomation pattern language approach towards shipping software faster, at higher quality, transparency, and trustworthiness.

X Topic Abstract

1. Changing Requirements

2. Multi-Vendor Environment

3. User story availability

4. Test Automation Solution Availability

5. Quality Measurement

X Topic Abstract

X Topic Abstract

This talk focuses on the importance of automation in deploying and managing large scale Infrastructure-as-a-Service and Platform-as-a-Service on private cloud implementations via CI/CD. Also it focuses on, how agile helps teams stay focused on reaching the goal of offering seamless container ecosystem for running thousands of applications at scale with zero downtime in DevOps world.

Speaker Profile

Karun Chennuri, is a Sr Engineer, who currently leads Security Operations efforts for Cloud Foundry and Kubernetes teams within T-Mobile. He is a Software Developer with Security Expertise and has about 14 years of experience handling various assignments dealing in PaaS, Cloud Security, Security Solution integration/Architecture, Product security development. Delivered in the past, Keynote on Chaos Engineering at CF Summit and SpringOne Conferences. He loves coding and loves contributing to open source.

X Topic Abstract

Model Based Testing has gained popularity in recent years. The concept of model based testing is essentially a test design technique within the test strategy. This presentation gives a general overview of the current state of MBT, and the application of Direct-To-Test (DTT) and the TMX code-less test automation framework. We hope this makes the concept of MBT and code-less test automation clearer and easier too implement.

Speaker Profile

For the last 30 years Jeff has concentrated on Software Quality Assurance, Testing and Test Automation on 3 continents. Jeff was the beta testing site for Mercury’s TestDirector version 1.5 on Windows 3.11 (1994) while at PAYCHEX.

Jeff cowrote the press release for version 4 of TestDirector (1997). Jeff has worked at both of HP-Mercury’s largest accounts in the United States, PAYCHEX (East) and CenturyLink (West). The last 15 years Jeff has been working on the fourth generation test automation framework and structured test method TestFrame. Jeff has developed frameworks from the ground up with WinRunner and TestDirector. Jeff has also used HP-Mercury’s latest offering Business Process Testing (BPT) with Unified Functional Tester (UFT) and ALM.

While at CenturyLink we were a beta testing site for Mercury’s Business Process Testing. BPT is essentially a TestFrame clone, not as flexible as TestFrame, and only works with UFT. Jeff has certifications in TQM, CMM, software quality assurance and test automation. Jeff’s main interests are agile testing, test automation, continuous testing, DevOps, and model based testing. Since 2010 Jeff has used Ranorex exclusively as a partner for all test automation projects. While at Wipro Jeff focused on Continuous Testing and DevOps. Currently at Critical Logic Jeff is focusing on the code-less automation framework TMX and Model Based Testing.

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What is your Potential, Dream about Change, How to Plan for Change, Time to Execute! I will share a detailed Story of Success in automating everything and to help become #94 of Inc. 500 for America's Fastest-Growing Companies.

X Topic Abstract

Performance engineering was fairly straightforward in traditional waterfall projects. You would performance test at the end of the project after development and all functional testing was complete. This approach simply cannot work in the age of DevOps and Agile. Release cycles happen too quickly. Code changes too much. Data preparation takes too long. Results analysis is too slow. You need new approaches. Performance engineering needs a new paradigm. And you need to rethink the role of the performance engineer.

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Sometimes success feels like a curse. Teams embarking on an automation effort often focus on the activities that QA performs at the end of a release cycle, which are "full system tests". This leads to more tests than the team can manage or maintain, starting the negative feedback loop of test failure, unreliability and abandonment.

Instead we will discuss the spectrum of tests (unit, integration, system, and manual) and what the advantages are of each, answering the question "Why would I bother to write a test that doesn't guarantee that the system works?".

"Why automation efforts fail"

We will discuss three areas of common failure of automation projects:

Untestable By Design: Doing it the Hard Way
Big Bang Testing: Nobody Cares Until We're Done
Write-Only Tests: A Beautiful Language Nobody Understands

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Our Speakers

Shaaron A Alvares

Agile Transformation Coach and Trainer


Edward Spotten

Principal, Agile Consultant

Enterprise Studio by HCL

Karun Chennuri

Sr. Software Engineer

T – Mobile

Nabeel Lughmani

Principal Consultant

AT & T Labs, Inc

Gopal Brugalette

Sr. Performance Architect


Jeff Hinz

Senior Test Consultant

Critical Logic

Kevin Klinemeier

Principal Consultant

Shipshape Software

Matt Griscom

Software Quality Theorist & Advisory Board member


Srikanth Siripurapu

Senior Manager

Infosys Ltd

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Our Pricing

Group of 3 or more(Early Bird)
USD 300 Till February 29, 2020
Group of 3 or more(Standard)
USD 349 Till March 26, 2020
Individual(Early Bird)

USD 409 Till February 29, 2020
Individual (Standard)

USD 469 Till March 26, 2020

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Who can attend Agile Testing and Test Automation Summit in Seattle?

Agile Testing and Test Automation Summit 2020 in Seattle is open to anyone who has an interest in Agile, Automation Testing, Automation Frameworks or any related field.

Why to attend Agile Testing and Test Automation Summit in Seattle?

Following are the three key questions you and your testing organization or testing department and testing center of excellence should be solving for now: How do we as testers and testing company evolve and thrive in SMAC & IoT world?
From tooling to skilling and from strategies to fundamental values what needs to change and how? What are solutions and services available in market which I can leverage? Agile Testing and Test Automation Summit 2020 is an attempt to seek and share answers to these basic questions.

What will you learn about?

Learn latest techniques and skills required to test disruptive technologies from industry stalwarts themselves Latest trends, concepts, processes and tools for testing in SMAC & IoT Recognize, understand and acknowledge challenges in testing emerging technologies. Meet and network with fellow testing experts from leading companies.Learn how to adapt and adopt these changes quickly and swiftly within a team and also across the enterprise.

Are there any prerequisites to attend this program?


Do I need to register for the event?

Yes, all conference attendees must register in advance to attend the event.