Testing Microservices when the stakes are high with Anne-Marie Charrett
Become The Sherlock Holmes of Software Testing with JeanAnn Harrision01:30:20
Continuous Delivery without Test Automation by Maaret Pyhäjärvi00:55:34
Getting Started in Security Testing with Dan Billing01:05:04
A Practical Approach To Great Test Leadership with Selena Delesie01:04:38
Agile Test Leadership and More! with Anna Royzman00:58:39
Jump Start Your Performance Testing Effort with Mark Tomlinson01:03:08
Imagine a financial system that's responsible for transacting thousands of dollars per second, where a 30 second down time means significant transaction loss not only to us but to our merchants. The key players are performance, reliability and security. Now imagine that network distributed across multiple independent artifacts, where each artifact consists of it's own Virtual Machine, database schema and application.
Next imagine rolling this out on a fortnightly basis.
How would you test this? What are the challenges you might face?
The term "Microservice Architecture" has sprung up over the last few years to describe a particular way of designing software applications as suites of independently deployable services. In this masterclass we’ll take a look at what microservices are, traditional ways that people talk of testing microservices and how we do it differently.
Anne-Marie Charrett is a software tester, trainer and coach with a reputation of excellence and passion for the craft of software testing. An electronic engineer by trade, software testing chose her when she started testing protocols against European standards and has been hooked ever since.
Though born and bred in Ireland, Anne-Marie now works as a Engineering Lead for Tyro Payments in Sydney Australia In previous lives she has worked as test consultant, trainer and lecturer on software testing at the University of Technology, Sydney.