On-Demand webinar

As organizations move to DevOps, increase speed to production and release software more frequently, it is important to be able to test earlier in the software development lifecycle (SDLC). Come learn best practices from James Bland (AWS Sr. Solution Architect) and hear about one customer’s journey. Adam Satterfield, Director of Testing and Quality at Anthem, will share how he implemented shift-left strategies across development and testing to both accelerate delivery and identify and resolve critical issues before production deployments.

Amazon’s experience in creating innovative products and services has deepened our understanding of the importance of accelerating development, while maintaining code quality and resiliency. This Innovation Tech Talk is the second of a three-part series focused on quality and shift-left testing. 

Join this webinar to learn:

  • The difference between code analysis, functional, load testing and application security analysis, and why all three are important.
  • How to “Shift-Left“ testing and why this is it important to “test early and often”
  • How developers and testers can benefit from faster feedback loops by automating provisioning of testing environments, service virtualization, and continuous integration strategies and governance.
  • How Anthem finds critical issues earlier, stands up dynamic environments, and how their quality assurance organization is keeping developers happy by integrating testing into the CI/CD pipeline.

Who Should Attend?

Software Development Engineering Professionals and Managers

Speakers

James Bland - AWS Partner Sr. Solution Architect - DevOps

James is a 25+ year veteran in the IT industry helping organizations from startups to ultra large enterprises achieve their business objectives. He has held various roles in software development, worldwide infrastructure automation and operations, and enterprise architecture. James has been practicing DevOps long before the term became popularized. He holds a doctorate in computer science with a focus on leveraging machine learning algorithms for scaling systems. At AWS, James works with partners who are building solutions to help customers achieve their DevOps objectives.




Adam Satterfield - Director of Testing and Quality, Anthem

Adam Satterfield, Director of Testing and Quality at Anthem, has been in the software testing industry for nearly 20 years. He has a wide background in industries such as military, SaaS, telecom and healthcare. Adam enjoys leading and mentoring quality assurance teams as well as teaching testers how to find their inner testing star. He is currently responsible for creating quality standards and training teams on Risk Based Testing, ATDD and Session Based Testing within Anthem.


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About Anthem:

Anthem, Inc. is one of the largest health benefits companies in the United States. Through its affiliated health plans, Anthem companies deliver a number of leading health benefit solutions through a broad portfolio of integrated health care plans and related services, along with a wide range of specialty products such as life and disability insurance benefits, dental, vision, behavioral health benefit services, as well as long term care insurance and flexible spending accounts.


About Tricentis:

Through risk-based testing, scriptless end-to-end test automation, and the industry's most extensive technology support, Tricentis breaks through the barriers experienced with conventional software testing methods. Tricentis technologies simplify testing for even the most complex enterprise applications-transforming testing from a roadblock to a catalyst for innovation. Learn more at Tricentis. To learn more on how to centrally manage test automation scripts across disparate test automation tools, visit Tricentis in the AWS Marketplace.


*The views and opinions of Anthem and Adam Satterfield are their own, and do not necessarily reflect the positions of AWS.