Webinar on Migrate2SeleniumCigniti
Adopting Agile and DevOps practices have become imperative in order to support organizational goals both in terms of reducing time to market and for improving product Quality. One of the key levers for reducing time for test cycles is by developing a robust test automation suite that can help you continuously validate the quality of the application being delivered to production.
Selenium has been a popular automation tool of choice by leading Enterprises specially those who have embarked on the Agile / Devops journey. Enterprises that are currently undergoing the transformation journey are often compelled to write off their current automation investments due to the change in the choice of automation tools.
In this unique webinar, Gallop is pleased to evangelize one-of-a-kind test automation solution that can help you seamlessly migrate your current test automation scripts of commercial tools – for example, HP UFT, Test Complete, Silk Test, and all the other popular ones – to the Selenium test suite. This will help you retain, and enhance the value of your current investments.
This webinar will provide detailed insight into drivers for migrating to Selenium, challenges that you are likely to encounter when embarking on the transformation journey, and shall also provide you a systematic approach to drive transformation.
Asst. Vice President
Rajesh Sarangapani is Asst. Vice President, Global delivery and heads the Technology CoEs at Gallop Solutions. Over the last 17 years, Rajesh has been instrumental in helping clients implement processes that helped them build application performance by design rather than as an afterthought. He holds couple of patents to his name in the testing space and is a prominent speaker in various conferences, events and webinars on Software testing. Prior to joining Gallop, Rajesh has worked with reputed organizations like Accenture, AppLabs, Virtusa, Baan & others. He holds a Master’s degree in Applied Electronics from PSG College of Technology, Coimbatore, India.