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Don't miss these Functional Testing breakout sessions at the ADM Summit

The Micro Focus Application Delivery Management Summit is just around the corner, and I promise that you won't want to miss this free customer event!.

Join us in Dallas, Texas from April 9-11 for your opportunity to hear from experts and peers on the hottest topics around Performance and Functional Automation. This track at the ADM Summit offers five unique sessions on some of the hottest topics in the industy.

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Accelerating Testing Automation Adoption

Demand for test automation continues to grow as organizations increasingly shift to agile and DevOps practices. Since continuous delivery (CD) practices rely on a fully automated delivery pipeline, automated functional testing is now a must. While it may appear difficult and time-consuming, Micro Focus tools have the building blocks to quickly get you started.

Learn how to deploy the right technology for the job at hand, maximize reusability and scalability, while transitioning from manual to automated tests.

Introducing the new Micro Focus Testing Portfolio

There is a growing delivery gap between what CIO’s can quickly deliver and what customer’s expect and demand. Every IT organization needs to accelerate software testing to keep pace and maintain quality. Micro Focus uniquely understands these challenge and is focused on delivering the widest breadth of support across all testing needs – spanning diverse users and evolving infrastructures, and driven by built-in analytics.

In this session you will learn how our customer-focused innovation can make an immediate and meaningful impact on your business through stories and demonstrations.

Scaling Testing for the Cloud

Today’s digital world requires applications to be delivered on an ever-increasing variety of smartphones, tablets, laptops, and wearables, all running different operating systems and browsers. Testing teams find themselves spending precious time and resources accounting for countless configurations instead of focusing on the quality and reliability of their applications.

Learn how different approaches and Micro Focus technologies help address the performance and functional aspects of testing omni-channel applications. Through customer-led stories and panels this session will help you look at your next testing perfect storm with confidence.

Testing in DevOps: Open-Sourcing the Path from Automation to Integration

The main purpose of a continuous delivery pipeline is to turn the release of applications and services into a low-risk event that can be performed at any time, virtually at any minute. In order to keep up with the velocity required by DevOps, we need to maintain governance over automated systems, consume tests of every imaginable type, and integrate all of it seamlessly into the delivery pipeline.

Learn from industry experts on some of the ways that Micro Focus and open source complement each other to create a tightly-integrated DevOps practice that helps clear your product backlog.

The Future of Testing

The future of testing is dynamic and driven by new innovations that help multiple users contribute to building automated tests and achieving greater insights into increasingly complex software. Micro Focus’s customer-centric innovation is being applied across a variety of investments, including real-time monitoring and big data, scriptless testing, machine learning, and much more.

In this session Micro Focus product executives will describe the future direction of our testing portfolio, and the session will conclude with a panel discussion hosted by Micro Focus Product Managers and R&D.

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