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30 - 31 January, 2020, Bangalore

Selenium Day

Venue : Novotel Bengaluru Outer Ring Road
30 - 31 January, 2020, Bangalore

Selenium Day

Venue : Novotel Bengaluru Outer Ring Road
30 - 31 January, 2020, Bangalore

Selenium Day

<Venue : Novotel Bengaluru Outer Ring Road

Briefly Know About This Event

We are happy to announce our 2nd Selenium Day In Bangalore on 30 - 31 January, 2020. This event explores the current and advances made in Test Automation driven by Selenium & other open source / Enterprise fee based automation tools.

The event is tools agnostic and provides a platform to meet, share and exchange thoughts with the best minds in Software Testing.

Why Selenium Day?

1. Our goal is to bring together bright minds to give insightful talks pertaining to Selenium practice that are solution-focused, and foster learning and inspiration.
2. We will also have sessions on testing digital projects using Machine Learning, Deep Learning, Blockchain, Robotic Process Automation, via Selenium and other test automation tool.
3. Solutions for practical issues of testing and automation.
4. Integration of Selenium with other testing tools.
5. Providing a key meeting place for Selenium Professionals and Executives from leading IT organisations.
6. A platform to share your research and experience
7. Grasp new techniques in Selenium - a portable framework for testing web applications







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about

  • 70+

    Speakers

  • 70+

    Topics

  • 500

    Tickets

  • 02

    Days

  • Knowledge

    Series

Our Brilliant Speakers

speakers

Pavan Kumar Valluri

Director
CGI
speakers

Vamsi Mohan V

Principal Solution Architect
Tech Mahindra Ltd
speakers

Kiran Rayachoti

Senior Director Engineering
Publicis Sapient
speakers

Sreeram Gopalakrishna

Vice President Engineering
Pickyourtrail
speakers

Mohammad Asif Siddiqui

Senior Technical Leader
Huawei Technologies India Private Ltd
speakers

Shilpa

Senior Consultant
Thoughtworks
speakers

Siri Srinivas

Ex-Vice President
JP Morgan & Chase
speakers

Lakshmi Bylahalli

Director
Moolya Testing
speakers

Ramakrishnan

Founder & Chief Consulant
CyberSafeHaven Consulting
speakers

Kieran Murphy

Lead Consultant
ThoughtWorks
speakers

Gayathri T.N.

Senior Software engineer
Deloitte
speakers

Kumar P


Unisys India
speakers

Mr. Araf Karsh Hamid

Co-Founder/CTO
MetaMagic Global, NJ, USA
speakers

Debayan Chakraborty

Azure Consultant
WalmartLabs
speakers

Satya Tripathy

Program Director
Mindtree
speakers

Kiran Divakaran

Technology Evangelist / Architect
Eturnti Enterprise Consulting
speakers

Prabhu Kogunde Matt

Head of testing
Ericsson India Global Services
speakers

Rakesh Kondreddy

Senior Software Test Engineer
Ellucian
speakers

Manish Mishra

Associate VP
Mphasis
speakers

Pavan Kumar Ag

Member of technical staff- 4
Nutanix
speakers

Prasanna Lohar

Digital | Innovation | Architecture
DCB BANK
speakers

Akilaa S

Consultant and Quality Analyst
Thoughtworks, Coimbatore
speakers

Sravan Kumar Reddy

Senior Solution Architect
Ericsson
speakers

Nishi Grover Garg

Product Evangelist and Trainings Head
ITyto Software

Day 1 (30 January 2020)

Track 1 : Test Automation & Test Leadership
Track 2 : Digital QA & Emerging Technologies

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Following are the broad level of topics which will be covered in 30 mins through a presentation with Examples.

Agile or agility
Automation or Digitization
Machine-learning or Human Sense
Testing or Auditing
Technology or Domain knowledge for Testers



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During this talk, I will talk about different types of testing leaders and what skills are required to be an effective Testing leader in the changing world of Agile and DevOps. What are the different opportunities to contribute and what is the path toward Servant leadership in Testing domain.

Speaker Profile

Over 13 years of diverse techno-functional experience at HSBC, Capgemini (Morgan Stanley) and Fiserv as a Project Manager/Organizational Change Agent at both onsite (US, Costa Rica) and offshore (Pune, Noida) locations. Extensive experience in Software Delivery and consulting, Process Optimizations & Simplification, Agile coaching & implementation, organizational culture change and DevOps tools implementation and management. Proven skills in leading organization wide initiatives to bring cultural and technological transformations to bring agility in deliveries and accelerate time to market. A test evangelist with proven track record of test process optimization, automation ROI and agile scrum coaching.

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Why is Open Source Test Automation the Best? Choosing the right testing tool is a major challenge with automation and AI-powered testing taking over the testing arena. While there’s huge competition in the paid testing tool options, many organizations are shifting towards open source automation testing. Why Not Open Source? Open source automation testing is gaining momentum due to the following benefits they offer to the QA team. Flexible & Extensible One of the major reasons for choosing open source automation testing is the flexibility it offers to the test engineers. These tools are also extensible when there’s a demand. Feasible Vendors charge a huge fee for paid automation testing tools which many organizations, especially the start-ups, cannot afford. Open source is free and hence is more feasible. Large Community Open source automation testing community is a fast-growing one with complete focus on not getting lost in the crowd. Open source testing community is buzzing with talents who are continuously contributing new releases of the various tools they co-create. Share resources with Virtualization With open source automation testing, you can share your resources and reduce the cost. Freedom Vendor tools come with their own restrictions but open source offers much freedom. Security Open source is more secured than vendor tools. Platform Independent Open source automation tools are language and platform independent. They function well across platforms and support multiple languages which is a huge advantage for enterprise solutions. Watch out for these too! While open source offers scores of advantages, it also comes with a bunch of challenges!
• Can get Complex
• Could be buggy
• More effort required
• Compliance issues Ideally, choosing between open source and vendor tools should be strictly depending upon your project’s specific requirements. Every project and every requirement being different, the right tool can alleviate many vendor-related problems. Open source definitely is the preferred choice in most cases due to the flexibility, feasibility and freedom it offers.



X Topic Abstract

The purpose of Test Automation and its impact on Emerging Digital Technologies.

Speaker Profile

Worked with big MNC’s like Motorola , Huawei , One Convergence ,Tecnotree & Ericsson with 16 yrs of IT & Telecom experience with an MBA degree (specialized in Strategy & Marketing) from IIM-Rohtak [Delhi].

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Aim:
To teach practical ways of creating robust test automation scripts using layered architecture. How to separate the business side from the code of your test scripts and make your test automation closer to user flows.

Learning Objectives / Outline:

Delegates will learn-
Practical ways of creating robust test automation scripts using layered architecture.
How to separate the business side from the code of your test scripts and make your test automation closer to user flows.
How to implement a layered architecture in a variety of ways, using different tools and approaches
Take back a practical understanding of test automation architecture that you can use with any tool or technology.

Having people with varied expertise in your agile team, a layered approach to your test automation can help you leverage their different skill sets and make test automation a smooth, on-going continuous process. To do so, you need to know and understand the three layers of test automation and how to separate the code from the test. Writing tests in the language of the business allows all stake holders to participate and derive value out of the automation process. Let us discuss the correct separation as well integration of these layers and also see a demo on how to implement this with a case study using Sahi Pro.

Trainer's Profile

Nishi is a corporate trainer, an agile enthusiast and a keen tester at heart! With 11+ years of industry experience in Agile environment, she has worked in various roles as a hands-on tester, automation developer, a freelance consulting trainer and currently works with Sahi Pro as the Evangelist and Trainings Head.
Nishi is passionate about training, organizing testing community events and meetups, and has trained hundreds of professionals and teams on agile, test automation, QA bootcamps and DevOps courses.

She is CP-AAT, CP-SAT, CP-DOF, CP-MAT (certified by ATA), Agile Scrum Master ASM (by EXin) and ISTQB certified (Foundation and Advanced Test Analyst & Test Manager) and has been a speaker at many testing events and conferences.

Nishi is also a writer on technical topics of interest in the industry and has numerous articles published at numerous popular forums and her own blog testwithnishi.com where she writes about the latest topics in Agile and Testing domains.
www.linkedin.com/in/nishi-g-02127aa

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X Topic Abstract

about generic case study of how the implementation has helped, why it is important etc?

Speaker Profile

20+ yrs of IT experience with rich knowledge of software development, testing, people management and project management areas.
4+ yrs of experience in POSH implementation and training. worked with many corporate and startups to implement POSH policy and I have trained their ICC and employees for the same. I also serve as an external member of ICC team and participate in handling incident enquiries as an external member.
Seasoned Engineering leader with experience in building & leading teams in startup environments as well as large organizations; Combination of technical depth, business acumen and understanding of markets
Rich experience in the areas of Strategy Planning, Service Delivery, Talent Leadership & Development & Client Relationship Management
Experienced in the areas of
*Virtualization
*Storage resource management
*Business Process Management
*Enterprise Application Integration
*Telecom
*Cloud computing

schedule 08:15AM - 08:45AM Testing Olympiad 2020 : Semi-finals
schedule 08:45AM - 09:00AM Registration
schedule 09:00AM - 09:15AM Conference overview and Sponsors introduction
Nitin Naveen, Country Head, 1.21GWS
Schedule 09:15AM - 10:00AM Track 1 : Automation and Innovation - Click Here for More Info
Pavan Kumar Valluri, Director, CGI

Track 2 : Digital Transformation in Quality Assurance – Following the Change in QA
schedule 10:00AM - 10:30AM Tea Break
speaker
schedule
10:30AM - 11:15AM Kubernetes and its relevance for Automation - Click Here for More Info
Kiran Rayachoti,Senior Director Engineering, Publicis Sapient



Track 2 : Andaz Apna Apna” of Testing Leadership - Click Here for More Info
Parish Sharma, Agile Coach and Testing Manager, HSBC

speaker
11:15AM - 12:00PM Automaton stragety using open source - Click Here for More Info
Sreeram Gopalakrishna, Vice President Engineering, Pickyourtrail

Track 2 : How are AI and Machine Learning affecting QA?
speaker
speaker
12:00PM - 12:45PM Track 1: 3 Layered Approach to Test Automation - Click Here for More Info
Nishi Grover Garg, Product Evangelist and Trainings Head, ITyto Software

Track 2 : The Digital Divide and Test Automation - Click Here for More Info
Sravan Kumar Reddy, Senior Solution Architect, Ericsson
schedule 12:45PM - 01:45PM Lunch Break
speaker
01:45PM - 02:30PM Track 1 : Automation in cloud - Click Here for More Info
Mohammad Asif Siddiqui Senior Technical Leader, Huawei Technologies India Private Ltd

Track 2 : Technology Trends Impacting Quality Assurance, Quality Engineering And Digital Assurance
schedule
02:30PM - 03:15PM Track 1 : Automation Expenses, Strategy - Click Here for More Info
Lakshmi Bylahalli, Director, Moolya Testing

Track 2 : Blockchain
schedule 03:15PM - 04:00PM Tea Break

Workshop

X Topic Abstract

Curious about behavior driven development? Hearing lots of talk about “BDD tests”, “Cucumber”, “given, whens, and thens”, and trying to make sense of it all? If so, then this session is for you. In this session we will learn about BDD from its origins to the present, introduce the tools and vocabulary of BDD, and demonstrate its usage to develop an API.

What will you learn?
The origin story of BDD as a practice
The vocabulary of BDD and the tools designed for it
An opinionated architecture for a BDD suite
A live demonstration of BDD in action to test-drive the development of an API

Speaker Profile

Kieran Murphy is a Lead Consultant developer with ThoughtWorks. He has been developing software for over fifteen years, working with agile teams as a staff engineer, as a consultant, and as a lead. Most of his career has been in large Java projects and he has been involved in several large-scale agile transformations. A long-time XP practitioner, he is currently working as an instructor at ThoughtWorks University in Pune. He lives in Chicago, Illinois, and is an avid cyclist.

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Introduction to build cross-platform (Web, Desktop, Mobile) SPAs faster with less code using SPA.js with its built-in support for api-mock, form-validation, i18n and more. In this session we will get to know why SPA.js? and it’s key features. The author will do live code demo on how to get started to build cross-platform SPA using simple HTML, CSS and Javascript.

Key Take-away:

Know-how of building Single Page Applications in a simplest way.
Build rapid working clickable prototypes with less code without back-end APIs.
Useful tool to build Rapid POCs with mock/live data

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Microservices Architecture focuses on helping the developers/architects to understand the key Architecture paradigms with a hands-on section available in the 1-day workshop. The objective of this session is to help the developers from Monolithic App mindset to a Microservices based App development. It also helps the developers with hands-on development experience with key Microservices infrastructure technologies like Eureka, Ribbon, Zuul, Kafka etc., and key Architecture styles like Hexagonal Architecture and Design styles like Domain Driven Design, Event Sourcing, and CQRS, Functional Reactive Programming, Microservice messaging. Apart from the Infrastructure and Software Architecture, the awareness session also focuses on Scalability and Testing aspects of Microservices.

Course Design

1. Microservices Architecture Styles
2. Scalability
3. Design Styles
4. Design: Event Storming
5. Distributed Transaction Management
Transactions: Case Studies

Speaker Profile

Araf Karsh has with over 25 years of experience leading the design and development of mission-critical, object-oriented and web-based applications for premier organizations including Bank of America, CIBC, Johnson & Johnson, Kaiser Permanente, the U.S. Department of State, and the U.S. Dept of Energy. Karsh has an established track record leading production software organizations and bringing new products to market using leading-edge technology.
He has extensive knowledge of Microservices, Containers (Docker), Blockchain, SOA, Angular platform and key foundational technologies. He is well versed in building highly scalable and high performance distributed applications using Java technologies.

X Topic Abstract

Kubernetes over view
AKS and ARM template
Pushing AKS in to existing VNET
Playing with IPs in Max PODs
Creating a deployment
Configure HPA

schedule 08:45AM - 09:00AM Registration
schedule 09:00AM - 09:15AM Conference Overview
Nitin Naveen, Country Head, 1.21GWS
speaker
09:15AM - 10:15AM Workshop - An Introduction to Behavior Driven Development - Click Here for More Info
Kieran Murphy, Lead Consultant, ThoughtWorks
schedule 10:15AM - 10:45AM Tea Break
speaker
10:45AM - 11:45AM Workshop - Demo on Automation UFT tool - Click Here for More Info
Gayathri T.N., Senior Software engineer, Deloitte
speaker
11:45AM - 12:45PM Workshop - Rapid SPA – Build Cross-platform SPAs With Less Code - Click Here for More Info
Kumar P, Unisys India
schedule 12:45PM - 01:45PM Lunch Break
speaker
01:45PM - 02:45PM Workshop - Microservices Architecture - Click Here for More Info
Mr. Araf Karsh Hamid, Co-Founder/CTO MetaMagic Global, NJ, USA
schedule 02:45PM - 03:15PM Tea Break
speaker
03:15PM - 04:15PM Workshop - Azure with Kubernetes - Click Here for More Info
Debayan Chakraborty, Azure Consultant, WalmartLabs

Day 2 (31 January, 2020)

Track 1 : Test Strategy & Selenium Testing
Track 2 : Agile Testing & DevQAOps
Track 3 : API Testing & Mobile App Testing

X Topic Abstract

We all know how important test automation is. There is no need to put more emphasis on the topic. However, test automation is not easy and more than 50% of the ambitious test automation projects fail. Why is that? There are many reasons for it. On the highest level, we can say the lack of planning contributes to 80% of the failures. Let’s see the underlying reasons. This data is collated from different live projects from a diversified customer base.
Takeaway for the participants
While most of the technology services companies talk on the holistic automation, when it comes to a test automation project on-the-ground the focus shifts to tool, productivity, faster automation execution. The before said focuses are good, however, very less planning and strategizing goes to achieve this. In this presentation the participants will be made aware :
important aspects of test automation strategizing
the blind spots in test automation and how to avoid
how to carry out a typical discussion with your customer on test automation
items to be made sure before a test automation project starts

X Topic Abstract

1.Mobile assurance Testing
2.Types of Devices used for testing
3.Types of mobile apps
4.Types of mobile app testing
5. Automating mobile assur ance
6. Mobile cloud testing-Integration with CI and CD
7.Cutting Edge Technology in Mobile automation Industry (Next Gen/Futuristic Technology)
8.Demo
9.Q/A

X Topic Abstract

I will talk about Usecases and Need of Blockchain for Better Governance.

Speaker Profile

Chief Innovation Officer at DCB Bank , TOP 50 CIOs, Top 100 Innovative CIOs, Digital Leader of the Year,
Top 20 BFSI Leaders, Most 50 Payment Influential, Leading Indian Blockchain & Fintech Forum
Co-Chairing at FICCI Sub-Committee on Blockchain , Big Data and Analytics
Co-Chairing at IAMAICommittee on Blockchain
Member – FICCI Artificial Intelligence Committee
Member – FICCI Digital Transformation Committee

Innovation is my passion. Collabaoration is my attitude. Execution is my action. Architecture is my Forte.

Currently I am working as Innovation Head & Technical Architect at DCB Bank. I am practicing Innovation Implementation & Architecture Orchestration at DCB Bank.

I have launched Global Innovation program – “DCB Bank Innovation Carnival”. It will bring on Unique Experience of Innovation generation thru Hackathons & Accelerator programs in India. I have mentored more than 250 Startups during this program.
Iam associated with Many Accelerators, Partners, Education institutes to practice Open innovation thru Hackathons &Innovation Programs.

I am working with various FINTECH &BLOCKCHAIN Forums in India to create a Robust Innovation Ecosystem in India.

As part of DCB’s Digital& Architecture Transformation, I am closely associated with New & latest technology Assimilation, Experimentation, Innovative Customer Servicing & Engagement, Robust Architecture Implementation, Fintech & Startup Alignment, Open Innovation practices, Collaboration with other Banks on various initiatives.

At DCB I have worked as Digital Bank Head & I am Part of various deliveries like India’s first Aadhaar & Biometric enabled ATM, Paperless A/c Opening - Zippi, India’s first Omni-Channel Framework for Bank, Mobile banking & Mobile Apps, Open Banking &Internet Banking Initiative, Unified Payment Interface (UPI), Bharat Bill Payment,API Management, Switch & Cards relevant initiatives.

I have Over 18 Years of Industry Experience in Engineering and Development, Product Development, Organization Strategy& Governance, Risk Audit Compliance Management, Business Process Management, Enterprise Architecture, Mobile Apps, Digital Transformation, Fintech, E-Commerce, Payments, Platform and Product Innovation, Data Science, Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence, Open Stack, Cloud Computing, Analytics, Big Data, IOT, BlockChain, UI-UX, Product Roadmap Strategy, Business Development

In 2017-2019, I have bagged many Leadership awards Most Influential Payment Professionals, TOP50 CIOs, Top 100 Innovative CIOs, Digital Leader of the Year, Top 20 BFSI Leaders. I have appeared in many BFSI Conferences as Key-Note Speaker& contributed to ecosystem

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X Topic Abstract

Introduction to Chrome debugging/ devtool protocol
Different ways to instruments a browser.
Automation using devtools made easy with Puppeteer
Introduction to Puppeteer and examples
How can we use devtools feature in our existing selenium script?
Conclusion:
Where the Chrome debugging protocol heading towards - About RemoteDebug initiative by Kenneth Auchenberg

Speaker Profile

Shilpa G is a Senior Quality Analysts at Thoughtworks with extensive experience in testing different Mobile and web application and building automation frameworks. Expert in hands-on exploratory testing. Passionate about adding values by out of box thinking.

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Modern UI testing tools always increase our expectations on maintaining code, reducing flakiness in tests and producing reliable test suite. Are you one among those having problems solving flaky tests and maintaining test code while testing modern web applications? Come learn about Taiko and Gauge, modern browser automation tooling from ThoughtWorks.

With Gauge you can create automated user journey tests written in simple Markdown with cross platform and multiple languages support like Javascript, Java, Python, Ruby and C#. Also Gauge works with a variety of IDE’s and CI/CD, making your automation tool easy to implement.

Taiko is a browser automation tool with a powerful REPL that allows you to script user-facing tests dynamically using a simple domain-specific language. You can eliminate flakiness by testing your application as a black box relying only on the visible elements on the web page and not on placement of screen elements or CSS classes or ID’s

In this interactive 45 minute session, get ready to learn exciting ways to record code as you execute, reducing flakiness in the tests, craft resilient code and developing reliable, readable and maintainable tests.
Takeaways:

1. Introduction to Gauge and Taiko

2. Using the “Implicit Wait” feature to reduce flaky tests

3. Using “Proximity Selectors” feature to code maintainable tests

4. Using the Taiko REPL to create your tests step by step

5. Integrating JavaScript test framework like Mocha and Chai with Taiko

6. Using screenshots to analyse Test Failure

Speaker Profile

She is a Consultant for Quality aspects and people know her for her interests in learning and advocating Quality as a mindset to the team. She is contributing to automate test suites for multiple applications and a proactive implementer of new technologies or tools. She is also a People person and is involved in being a buddy/mentor to her fellow teammates. She is from Coimbatore, India and a passionate artist.

X Topic Abstract

As the industry is moving towards Agile-DevOps, it is often quoted that, “we don’t need testing/testers”. However, the fact is whatever the model project team adopts, the basic activities like Req. analysis, Design, Coding, Testing etc., remains the same. We need the people with required skills to perform all these activities, however, the way we do these activities may change. This paper talks about challenges and the role of automation, to ensure the quality.

Speaker Profile

Prabhu Kogunde Matt is an Electronics and Communication Engineering graduate with more than two decades of Industry experience. Presently, is part of Ericsson India Global Services and managing the testing practice for Service Line IT&ADM. Prior to Ericsson, he was part of HCL and Wipro. He worked with many customers across the globe and helped them in addressing their testing challenges. In his current role, he is enabling his team to deliver testing services to various Telco operators to ensure customers get error free bills and no revenue loss to operators.

X Topic Abstract

We automate tests based on documents where someone has written down something that he thinks would probably catch defects. Unfortunately, we as automation testers have neither seen the real users nor the world in which the software works. Our automation is simply based on some documents & wild imagination of how the software works.

This lack of understanding is one of the primary reasons that despite so many automated tests & executions there are defects that never get detected during testing. The day to day users would call some of these defects as “elementary to find” whereas for us such tests were “out of scope” & finding one of these is often considered novelty.

Let me ask you a simple question. How can someone automate something which he/she has never seen or used in his entire life, without having any understanding of the overall goal of the software, why it was developed, in what ways it is being used, what all things would hurt if something goes wrong, what kind of loss would the business suffer, how it integrates & interacts with other software, how the software needs to fit into different geographies etc.?

It is strange that we focus so much on tools & framework, but we know so little about the software that we automate. The solution is to first enable automation testers through experiential learning. They should go through the real-world software, meet the people on the ground who use it (or similar software) & get a much deeper understanding of its purpose of life. Instead of automating in huge volumes, spending so much on large teams & running millions of tests, a fraction of effective tests & meaningful automation effort would certainly yield much better results at lower cost & lesser fuss.

Speaker Profile

Indrajit has 16+ years of experience in software testing.Currently he is working for Lindeplcas Team Manager (Testing Center of Excellence), with an objective to optimize & enhance the quality & capability of software testing, with the help of specialized personnel, tools & services. Prior to Linde plc,he established the first independent software testing team at Web Spiders & lead the test automation competency of IBM.

He is an active learner & contributor in software testing community. He has won awards in Testathon event, published poster (QAI STC 2016, “Wastage in Software Testing”), has presented & hosted sessions on test automation inNASSCOM& has been part of several panel discussions such as Tricentis User Conference, Bengaluru (2019) & Expericon, Chennai (2019).

He is the founder of “Kolkata Testers”, which is a voluntary incubation platform of software testing enthusiasts from Kolkata who share their outlook, expertise & industry experience with young IT professionals in an interactive and engaging way.

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With agility initiatives becoming common, organizations have reemphasized these as strategic initiatives to separate the services at Enterprise level, microservices at application level and ensuring the hybrid infrastructure requirements through an on-demand basis. DevOps adds the real culture to improve the delivery and integration into this complex landscape.

Speaker Profile

Vikram Balakrishna is a senior enterprise architect at Capgemini with over 15 years of industry experience, helping businesses to best leverage the ever-growing technology disruptions, identifying the bits that are here to stay, and harnessing them to deliver true commercial value. His focus is on incubating new technologies and ideas, such as cognitive computing, digital infrastructure, and automation – a complex new battleground that has the potential to give businesses at the leading edge a significant competitive advantage.

X Topic Abstract

Reduce manual efforts by 70% provides ROI and quicker feedback by test automation of Accessibility workflows with integration of Selenium & HTML code sniffer Enhancing customer base by enabling applications accessible to leads including differently-abled/ having special needs and abide by WCAG

• I would like to concentrate on 4 principles mainly ( POUR - perceivable, operable, understandable, Robust) and 12 guidelines of Text alternatives by providing alt attributes, Time based media by proving captions, Adaptable by all assistive technologies like screen readers/magnifiers, Distinguishable, Keyboard accessible

• This paper describes manual testing by reviewing HTML code and automated Accessibility techniques using evaluation tools like Voice over, AXE, HTML code sniffer, WAVE, A checker, W3c Mobile ok analyser, colour contrast analyser useful for developers and QA within their automated scripts

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We as an organizations are adopting DevOps at a rapid pace and applying our best efforts on all the 3 axes’ s which includes People, Process and Technology in anticipation to reduce time to market, reduced cost of ownership, increased quality for our customers. In fact, with all the investments on DevOps, we are looking for Return on Investments (ROI). On the contrary, organizations getting stuck in mobilizing the real benefits of DevOps because for DevOps to work there is a need of a fluid architecture (i.e. nothing but Microservices based architecture) which compliments the DevOps strategy in place and make it a wining proposition.

Highlight the need of Microservices Architectures in the world of enterprise DevOps. In addition, how DevOps will complement the fluid architecture irrespective of Greenfield or brownfield development. Further, we will understand the details on high-level reference architecture for Microservices and details on essential design patterns for Microservices implementation. It also brings out the need for implementation of DevOps best practices and Continuous Integration / Delivery (CI/CD) pipeline to support Microservices development. It captures high-level tool agnostic reference architecture of CI/CD pipeline for Microservices release train.

Organizations on the path of Transformation journeys or planning one from Monolithic Architectures to Microservices will get a close view on the dependency factor between DevOps and Microservices and can realize two folds benefits while implementing the composite strategy of both DevOps and Microservices.

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Speaker Profile

With years of strong technical experience across Testing, Release Management and Solution Engineering I have been a key contributor in many transformational journeys across multiple facets of engineering. I currently play the role of Head of QA at Junglee Games. My areas of specialisation ranges across Testing CoE Test Automation, Accessibility Testing, Security Testing, Agile Testing Cloud Testing etc. I also collaborated on a seamless offshore transition strategy for clients that require zero down-time.

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With the advent of microservices , containers and on demand computing and the rate at which code is getting churned out every single day we need to automate or perish. DevOps or Build at Scale and how to have a hands free approach like autonomous cars is what companies need the most today. It is no longer OK to say we build it someone will test it and certify it , it needs to happen in realtime and all at once the Build, Automate and Test in a continous pipeline. How can companies stay on top by effectively making use of Automation shall be looked at in this talk.

Speaker Profile

Enterprise Architect( Togaf Certified), CSM(Certified Scrum Master) Leader in Technology, Technology Manager and sound product development experience coupled with thought leadership in large enterprises and grounds up development. Proven product, project,program and people management experience in core banking,mobile payments,product development with ability to harness fit for purpose agile practices.Some of the products and solutions worked figure in the top leaders quadrant consistently of Gartner and Forester. Areas of work :

1. Enterprise Architecture and Solution Architecture Best Practices.
2. IT Strategy and Product Evangelizing.
3. Lean IT Principles and how to apply to Organizational Context.
4. Product Management and Product Development.
5. Productizing a Concept and Go to market Strategies.
6. Using Enterprise best practices for better delivery.
7. Articulating Vision and Formulating Organization Strategy ( IT and Non IT Organizations).
8. Set up your business unit around a strong and robust cost center model.

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While containers have become ubiquitous in the world of software development, it is also becoming very challenging to maintain the security of the product from a process perspective due to security not being built-in. This talk will run through various case studies where container security was compromised due to process negligence and what steps can built into the process to avoid such expensive mistakes.

Speaker Profile

Ramakrishnan (Ramki) Seshagiri is an accomplished technology professional with over two decades of experience in building software products across multiple industries (Security / Healthcare / Finance to name a few) in multiple leadership roles in India and North America. He has spent close to 8 years building niche enterprise software across network and web security space and more recently, have gained considerable expertise in the blockchain and distributed ledger technology space and has been certified by international bodies like Blockchain Training Alliance and Blockchain Council. A certified Project Management Professional (PMP) and also a member of leading cybersecurity bodies, ISACA & Data Security Council of India (DSCI)

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S elenium automation needs configuration underneath eg selenium grid configuration but configuring selenim grid is very messy and cumbersome, this is where zalenium comes to rescue with lot of built in features and with docker and kubernetes it is super easy to set it up and running for consumption for UI automation engineers to write test code.

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Guessing Quality? < Bring predictability through automation and right leadership >

Speaker Profile

Ramanath heads the Test Center for Digital Service Group at Ericsson India and manages its delivery across Market Areas. He is an advisor to clients, and with his exceptional ability to connect the dots has managed to turn-around several projects, both during pre-sales and execution.

Test Center has seen significant change since he joined Ericsson in Apr 2017 where he has created The Test Leadership Development Program, Test Metrics dashboard, Test Automation standardization, Estimation models for improving response to proposals, etc.

He has comprehensive experience in Strategic Planning, Test Delivery Management, Test Automation, creating innovative & award-winning solutions using open source technologies to solve challenges in the testing landscape, Process Management, Quality Control, Project Management, Market Recognition, Client Relations Management, Cross Functional Coordination, People Management and Team Management.

He has internationally published and presented several Whitepapers, Articles, and Blogs.

X Topic Abstract

The IT frameworks are getting changed drastically. Software Industry has already in transition from Monolithic frameworks to Microservices frameworks. In this Microservices transformation, Is the traditional way of testing is still valid? How do we test the Microservices? Mr. Vamsi Mohan is going to speak more on "Testing for Microservices". At the event, he will discuss on several examples of Microservices testing strategies, best practices and the open source tools for Microservices testing.

Speaker Profile

Mr. Vamsi Mohan is IIM Ahmedabad Alumnus and research scholar in Computer Science from the University of Delhi. He is currently working as a Principal Solution Architect at Tech Mahindra, catering digital transformative solutions to the Fortune 100 telecom clients. A Technology acumen across a range of digital technologies, including RPA, AI/ML Blockchain and cognitive engineering. He has end to end life cycle experience, architecting from the traditional monolithic frameworks to Microservices frameworks. He is keen in strategizing the testing practices for the modern frameworks including web and mobile. Prior to his current role at TechM, Vamsi served in various senior leadership roles managing Technology CoEs, Digital Innovation Centers in EMEA and APAC regions. His experience spans various technology solutions focusing on future-proofing business through digital transformations and the delivering of customer fit solutions. He is a conference speaker, published author, guide and reviewer for several technical books, magazines and international journals in technology, and management.

X Topic Abstract

*what is privilege account
*Who are privilege users
*Types of privilege accounts
*Issues/problems
*Safe guards
*Best practices

schedule 08:45AM - 09:00AM Registration
schedule 09:00AM - 09:15AM Conference Overview
Nitin Naveen, Country Head, 1.21GWS
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09:15AM - 10:00AM Track 1 : Test Automation Strategy - Click Here for More Info
Satya Tripathy, Program Director, Mindtree

Track 2 : Test Automation Strategy - Click Here for More Info
Prasanna Lohar, Digital | Innovation | Architecture, DCB BANK

Track 3 : Mobile Assurance through Automation - Click Here for More Info
Siri Srinivas, Ex-Vice President, JP Morgan & Chase
schedule 10:00AM - 10:30AM Tea Break
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10:30AM - 11:15AM Track 1 : Selenium and the Four Rules of Simple Design - Click Here for More Info
Abhijit Shetty, Senior Consultant, Capgemini

Track 2 : Browser Automation using Devtools - Click Here for More Info
Shilpa, Senior Consultant, Thoughtworks

Track 3 : Fighting ‘flakiness’ using Taiko and Gauge, Browser Automation Tooling - Click Here for More Info
Akilaa S, Consultant and Quality Analyst, Thoughtworks, Coimbatore
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11:15AM - 12:00PM Track 1 : Relevance of Testing when we move under Agile-DevOps Transformation - Click Here for More Info
Prabhu Kogunde Matt, Head of testing, Ericsson India Global Services

Track 2 : State of the Union: To infinity and Beyond with Agile, DevOps and SOA - Delivering Value Beyond the Tech - Click Here for More Info
Vikram Balakrishna , Senior Enterprise Architect - Design Authority team, Cloud Infrastructure Services, Capgemini

Track 3 : Meaningful test automation through experiential learning - Click Here for More Info
Indrajit Ghatak, Team Manager – Linde IT Testing Center of Excellence, Linde plc

schedule 12:00PM - 01:00PM Lunch Break
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speaker
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01:00PM - 01:45PM Track 1 : Manual And Automated Accessibility Testing - Click Here for More Info
Rakesh Kondreddy, Senior Software Test Engineer, Ellucian

Track 2 : DevOps – Microservices “Complimenting Strategies” for Next Gen Application Architectures" - Click Here for More Info
Manish Mishra, Associate VP, Mphasis

Track 3 : Automation in the Gaming Industry Using Selenium and Rest Assured - Click Here for More Info
Sonu Rana, Head of QA, Junglee Games

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01:45PM - 02:30PM Track 1 : BATMAN Strategies ( Build Automate and Test ) for the digital World to stay Relevant - Click Here for More Info
Kiran Divakaran, Technology Evangelist / Architect , Eturnti Enterprise Consulting

Track 2 : DevSecOps - Click Here for More Info
Ramakrishnan, Founder & Chief Consulant, CyberSafeHaven Consulting

Track 3 : Breaking Your Monolith into Serverless Microservices
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02:30PM - 03:15PM Track 1 : UI automation with Zalenium, dockerand kubernetes - Click Here for More Info
Pavan Kumar Ag, Member of technical staff- 4, Nutanix

Track 2 : Test Automation & Test Leadership - Click Here for More Info
Ramanath S Shanbhag, Head – Test Center, Ericsson India

Track 3 : Build a Cross-Platform Mobile App
schedule 03:15PM - 03:45PM Tea Break
Schedule 03:45PM - 04:30PM Track 1 : Testing for Microservices - Click Here for More Info
Vamsi Mohan V, Principal Solution Architect, Tech Mahindra Ltd

Track 2 : Understanding and optimizing dockerfile

Track 3 : CICD in a Serverless World
speaker 04:30PM - 05:15PM Track 1 : Importance of Privilege account and their safe guards - Click Here for More Info
Shashi Bhushan, Deputy General Manager - Cyber Defense Security Engineering, Vodafone India Service Pvt Ltd

Track 2 : Understanding and optimizing dockerfile

Track 3 : Designing Quality APIs

Pre Conference Workshop (28 January, 2020)

X Workshop Background & Overview

Aim:
To teach practical ways of creating robust test automation scripts using layered architecture. How to separate the business side from the code of your test scripts and make your test automation closer to user flows.

Learning Objectives / Outline:

Delegates will learn-
Practical ways of creating robust test automation scripts using layered architecture.
How to separate the business side from the code of your test scripts and make your test automation closer to user flows.
How to implement a layered architecture in a variety of ways, using different tools and approaches
Take back a practical understanding of test automation architecture that you can use with any tool or technology.

Having people with varied expertise in your agile team, a layered approach to your test automation can help you leverage their different skill sets and make test automation a smooth, on-going continuous process. To do so, you need to know and understand the three layers of test automation and how to separate the code from the test. Writing tests in the language of the business allows all stake holders to participate and derive value out of the automation process. Let us discuss the correct separation as well integration of these layers and also see a demo on how to implement this with a case study using Sahi Pro.

Trainer's Profile

Nishi is a corporate trainer, an agile enthusiast and a keen tester at heart! With 11+ years of industry experience in Agile environment, she has worked in various roles as a hands-on tester, automation developer, a freelance consulting trainer and currently works with Sahi Pro as the Evangelist and Trainings Head.
Nishi is passionate about training, organizing testing community events and meetups, and has trained hundreds of professionals and teams on agile, test automation, QA bootcamps and DevOps courses.

She is CP-AAT, CP-SAT, CP-DOF, CP-MAT (certified by ATA), Agile Scrum Master ASM (by EXin) and ISTQB certified (Foundation and Advanced Test Analyst & Test Manager) and has been a speaker at many testing events and conferences.

Nishi is also a writer on technical topics of interest in the industry and has numerous articles published at numerous popular forums and her own blog testwithnishi.com where she writes about the latest topics in Agile and Testing domains.
www.linkedin.com/in/nishi-g-02127aa

schedule 08:45AM - 09:15AM Registration / Workshop Overview
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09:15AM - 05:00PM Robust Test Automation Scripting – Learn using a variety of tools - Click Here for More Info
Nishi Grover Garg, Corporate Trainer

Aim:
To teach practical ways of creating robust test automation scripts using layered architecture.
How to separate the business side from the code of your test scripts and make your test automation closer to user flows.

Learning Objectives / Outline:

Delegates will learn-
Practical ways of creating robust test automation scripts using layered architecture.
How to separate the business side from the code of your test scripts and make your test automation closer to user flows.
How to implement a layered architecture in a variety of ways, using different tools and approaches
Take back a practical understanding of test automation architecture that you can use with any tool or technology.

Pre Conference Workshop (29 January, 2020)

X Topic Abstract

Microservices Architecture focuses on helping the developers/architects to understand the key Architecture paradigms with a hands-on section available in the 1-day workshop. The objective of this session is to help the developers from Monolithic App mindset to a Microservices based App development. It also helps the developers with hands-on development experience with key Microservices infrastructure technologies like Eureka, Ribbon, Zuul, Kafka etc., and key Architecture styles like Hexagonal Architecture and Design styles like Domain Driven Design, Event Sourcing, and CQRS, Functional Reactive Programming, Microservice messaging. Apart from the Infrastructure and Software Architecture, the awareness session also focuses on Scalability and Testing aspects of Microservices.

Course Design

1. Microservices Architecture Styles
2. Scalability
3. Design Styles
4. Design: Event Storming
5. Distributed Transaction Management
Transactions: Case Studies

Speaker Profile

Araf Karsh has with over 25 years of experience leading the design and development of mission-critical, object-oriented and web-based applications for premier organizations including Bank of America, CIBC, Johnson & Johnson, Kaiser Permanente, the U.S. Department of State, and the U.S. Dept of Energy. Karsh has an established track record leading production software organizations and bringing new products to market using leading-edge technology.
He has extensive knowledge of Microservices, Containers (Docker), Blockchain, SOA, Angular platform and key foundational technologies. He is well versed in building highly scalable and high performance distributed applications using Java technologies.

schedule 08:45AM - 09:15AM Registration / Workshop Overview
speaker
09:15AM - 05:00PM Workshop - Microservices Architecture - Click Here for More Info
Mr. Araf Karsh Hamid, Co-Founder/CTO MetaMagic Global, NJ, USA

Course Design

1. Microservices Architecture Styles
2. Scalability
3. Design Styles
4. Design: Event Storming
5. Distributed Transaction Management
Transactions: Case Studies

Ticket Price & Plan(Conference)

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For Any One Conference Day

Rs 4,000 + GST

Till November 30, 2020

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Tea break

Lunch

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For Both Conference Days

Rs 7,000 + GST

Till November 30, 2020

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Tea break

Lunch

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Ticket Price & Plan (Conference)

(Group)

Group of 3 - 5

Rs 1,000 Discount per Delegate

Discount code: SEL1000

Till 30 January, 2020

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Tea break

Lunch

Group of 6 - 9

Rs 1,500 Discount per Delegate

Discount code: SEL1500

Till 30 January, 2020

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Tea break

Lunch

Group of 10+

Rs 2,000 Discount per Delegate

Discount code: SEL2000

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