TNO seminar: Cloud Native Applications & Chaos Engineering – 2nd May 2019

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TNO seminar: Cloud Native Applications & Chaos Engineering – 2nd May 2019

Who: Edwin Harmsma, Gjalt Loots

When: 12:00 – 22th November 2018

Where: at the Sala de Juntas from the Departamento de Sistemas Informáticos y Computación at the Universitat Politècnica de València 
Google Maps: https://goo.gl/maps/krVtrSsxdFF2 

About TNO: TNO, the Netherlands Organisation for applied scientific research TNO, was founded by law in 1932 to provide businesses and governments applied knowledge. As an organisation regulated by public law, we are independent: not part of any government, university or company. TNO has 2600 employees, and is working across many sectors.

Title: Cloud Native Applications and Chaos Engineering

Keywords: CI/CD, Microservices, Cloud Native Applications, Chaos Engineering

Abstract: Since 2015, Cloud Native Computing has gained a lot of momentum because of its ability to build and deploy scalable applications as an orchestrated suite of microservices. Automated software tests drive this incremental deployment, yet challenge the traditional verification and validation role of software tests. 

During this one hour talk we will guide you through the ongoing journey that the Dutch research institute TNO is taking in the area of Developer Automation, Continuous Testing and Quality Assurance in production. TNO is collaborating with many European partners, such as the Open University and the Universitat Politècnica de València in an international activity called the TESTOMAT project.                

This particular lecture gives a basic introduction on CI/CD and will treat the necessary ingredients coming from the Cloud Native domain. Furthermore, the huge challenge modern software engineers are facing with respect to QA is treated. On the one hand AI makes applications are more dynamic and less predictable than before, and the other hand the business demand of having short release cycles. Finally, we conclude with providing our vision on Cloud Native Testing for the future.

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