I recently presented at Next Generation Testing Conference in Hyderabad. My talk was a demo of “Testing Infrastructure Automation”.
I started with explaining audience the need for treating Infrastructure As Code (explaining some of the disadvantages with traditional infrastructure automation) and then gave an overview of the Configuration Management Frameworks like Puppet, Chef. After this, I explained the need for testing Infrastructure code and how one should go about doing that. Following this was a demo of building mysql component that could work with two platforms CentOS 6.4 and Ubuntu 12.0.4 in a Test First Approach. The demo consisted of five stages progressively building the component. Please find the slide-deck uploaded here.
I attended Agile Testing Alliance Global Gathering 2014 today and it was a great experience. The sessions were good covering a breadth of topics. I was particularly delighted with a session by Krishna Kumar Sure on “Testing in Agile: Anti Patterns and Remedies” and blogging about it here.
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I gave a lightning talk (at an internal meeting at ThoughtWorks) a while ago on “Infrastructure As Code – Rationale”. The slide-deck is uploaded here. I had been exploring the space of Infrastructure As Code and I will be posting more on it in a couple of weeks.
I Spoke on WebDriverJS yesterday at SeConf 2014 held at Bangalore. The slide deck is uploaded here.