Abstract:The way in which organizations “consume” enterprise software has changed dramatically since the advent of cloud computing and the widespread adoption of SaaS propositions. With its Cloud Applications, Oracle now delivers new updates every quarter. Whether you’re an end-customer or a systems integrator, you have to understand what’s new, what features are delivered enabled, and what features you might want to “turn on”.Whether you choose to enable anything or not, our experience tells us that you still need to test. Regression testing every quarter will ensure Oracle has not inadvertently introduced bugs or code-changes that will negatively impact on system performance or user experience.If you’ve chosen to turn on a new feature, you need to consider how that feature is going to impact current processes and procedures. SwifTest for Oracle Cloud Apps significantly reduces the time and effort associated with functional testing. It is the easiest way to set up and execute your testing without the need for specialist test engineers or programmers.In this e-Learning session, you will hear:- real-world examples of how to reduce the time and effort of functional testing.- how test managers can view the progress and results of the test, at a project level. - how end-to-end processes can be tested by combining scripts.Presenters:@Patrick NearyPatrick Neary, VP Global Sales & MarketingShaun Meyer, Lead Product DeveloperEducational Tracks:#CloudApplications#SaaS#OracleCloudInfrastructureRecording Date: October 20, 2020Duration: 60 minutes
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