Topic: Role of Test Data Management in Modern Software Testing
Date: 2nd November 2023
Time: 12 PM, Eastern Time
In-time availability of accurate test data amps up the efficiency of automated testing cycles. A comprehensive Test Data Management assumes top-shelf priority at this point.
Test Data Management empowers QA professionals to leverage consolidated test data from a single location. This “set it and forget it” approach delivers advantages on fronts like test coverage, build times, and execution.
QA teams gain significant management and governance benefits with a full-fledged test data strategy. Irrespective of whether the external source is an Excel file, API call, or a database, new-age test data management ensures seamless access to the right data every time.
Frameworks like Qyrus also facilitate synthetic data generation within the test data management system itself. This eliminates the need to rely on fragmented third-party data generation tools.
Join this Lunch and Learn Web Series to learn more about ‘The Role of Test Data Management in Modern Software Testing.’
Scheduled for the 2nd of November 2023 at 12 PM Eastern Time, this 15-minute Webinar will help you discover how you can utilize test data management best practices to significantly improve software quality.
This webinar will cover:
- Introduction to Test Data Management Tools
- Snapshot of how to explore data sources such as database queries and API calls
- How to leverage data tables for efficient data-driven testing within the Qyrus framework
Speaker: Timothy Miller, Platform Expert and Senior Consultant, Qyrus
Tim Miller is a Platform Expert and Senior Consultant for Qyrus. He is a professional in the field of automated software testing and quality engineering. Tim has developed a deep understanding of various testing methodologies and frameworks. His passion for quality engineering is evident in his meticulous attention to detail and his commitment to delivering robust and reliable software. With a strong analytical mindset, Tim excels in identifying potential defects and vulnerabilities in complex software systems.