20 July 2019
DEPO Conference Hall
Antonovicha Str. 50, Kyiv, Ukraine
Automation In Action: Summer Conference
20 July 2019
About the Conference
Even though summer is the hot time for vacation, we invite you to join us at a super-interesting conference and to dive deep into the world of automated testing. Automate or don’t – there is no "try"!
We are going to have a single stream and a full day of new knowledge transmission, knowledge that you will be able to use in your projects and your teams.
AGENDA (minor changes might be applied)
09:30 – 10:00 Registration & welcome coffee
10:00 – 11:00 App code coverage by automated tests – easy! We made Sealights.io, but open-sourced and free (Dzmitry Humianiuk)
11:00 – 12:00 Automation world under the DevTestSecOps umbrella (Kostiantyn Severenchuk)
12:00 – 12:20 Coffee break
12:20 – 13:05 Gradle plugins for Test Automation (Maksym Barvinskyi)
13:05 – 14:30 Long break (please, be advised lunch is not included into ticket price, but you will be able to have it in one of the numerous places around the venue)
14:30 – 15:10 Automation of Security scanning easy or cheese (Karen Florykian)
15:10 – 15:55 Gatling and Page Object: a way to performance testing (Ravil Ianbekov)
15:55 – 16:15 Coffee break
16:15 – 17:10 How we shifted performance left (ArtemRozumenko)
17:10 – 18:10 Why everything is spoiled (Sergey Pirogov)
18:10 – 18:30 Closing ceremony
Delivery Manager at EPAM Belarus
Delivery Manager, Product manager. 12 years in Software Development. Java stack development, project management, product management, Agile engineering and test automation at any scale. Active conference participant and speaker.
For the last 5 years has been leading the development of solution accelerators/tools for test automation, focusing on Machine Learning and Neural Networks usage in testing; an active fan of DevTestOps practices.
Organizer and founder of DelEx Conference, Product Owner of ReportPortal.io.
App code coverage by automated tests – easy! We made Sealights.io, but open-sourced and free
Have you ever collected code coverage with tests? Most likely these were unit tests. But have you tried to collect them from automated tests, manual tests? What if you even have the incredible value of 100% coverage, does it give you any real understanding? Can you make it actionable? We have written our own tooling to solve this issue. We’ve made it simple and pluggable, without any app code effect, and incidentally have done more than our competitors – but open-sourced. In this talk I will introduce this new tool, share our approach, describe the benefits of test to code mapping, tell you how to make coverage numbers actionable, introduce the first steps for trying it at home, and share our plans going forward.
Lead QA Automation Engineer at Whirl Software
Winner of the Ukraine IT Award 2018 “Quality Assurance”. Test automation expert and blogger/podcaster who aims to advance automation practices via popularization of knowledge of related technologies.
Contributes to the community as an active speaker and program committee member. Founder of automation-remarks.com, QAGuild Podcast and the QAGuild community.
Why everything is spoiled
In this talk, I will cover the pain points of the Test Automation process. We will discuss traps, mistakes and crazy decisions that lead to test automation failure and lost budget.
Chief Software Test Automation Engineer at EPAM Ukraine
In Test Automation since 2010. Major programming languages: Java and Python.
Open-source fan. Author of a tool for managing test data grible.org.
Motto: Don’t let a human do a machine’s job.
Gradle plugins for Test Automation
In this talk we are going to meet a powerful tool – Gradle plugins – and explore what kinds of problems they can solve in Test Automation. These could be additional quality gates for an automation framework build, or automatic code generation of SUT API endpoints and entities that could be used in tests, or other areas depending on your needs. We will create a couple of plugins right there during the talk and discuss their benefits and drawbacks when compared to other options. By the end, you are going to have one more tool in your Test Automation toolset, and be better prepared for solving different kinds of automation problems in your current and future projects.
Lead Performance Analyst at EPAM Ukraine
Karen has worked as a performance analyst for 5 years. He is experienced in creating functional, performance and security automation. Currently Karen is working on the enabling of security automation in CI and deployment pipelines for many products. He is also enthusiastic about creating an end-to-end solution which provides recommendations and analyses data to solve challenging problems.
Automation of Security scanning easy or cheese
I will share my experience of SDLC enablement on the enterprise level. In the process I will reveal pitfalls and gotchas about the building of a developer-friendly CI-enabled service using industry standard static and dynamic scanning tools, CI platforms, ReportPortal, Carrier platform and Jira integration service.
RAVIL IANBEKOV Senior Software Test Automation Engineer at EPAM Ukraine
Ravil has worked as a software test automation engineer for five years in UI testing and API testing. He is a team lead and has participated in a number of conferences in Ukraine and Belarus. Areas of interest – performance testing, UI testing, resource management.
Gatling and Page Object: a way to performance testing
This talk will be interesting for those who have a lot of experience in UI testing but would like to start testing performance. I will outline the capabilities of the Gatling framework and how to build test logic.
Senior Solution Architect at EPAM Ukraine
I started my career 12 years ago as a manual tester, grew through Test Automation, Python Development and Cloud Operations to Solution Architect. Performance optimization, Chaos Testing, and DevSecOps practices are my areas of interest.
How we shifted performance left
Shift-left performance is one of the five hot trends of the year according to Gartner. My team has been moving left for more than five years now. During my presentation, I'll share the experience we’ve accumulated during our journey on various projects. I’ll uncover issues we faced and solutions that became essentials for each new project. I will describe the technologies that allowed us to run and analyze tests automatically and to get us very close to a real continuous state.
Systems Architect at EPAM Ukraine
10+ years of production experience in IT. 8+ years of Software maintenance /Support and Build. Began his career path in IT as a Support Engineer 24x7 and moved toward QA, but later moved to Systems Engineering. Currently a Systems Architect at EPAM.
Automation world under the DevTestSecOps umbrella
The DevTestSecOps approach and its implementation on real projects. How to cook it, how to eat it, and its value. Let’s dive deep into the world of automation and its coverage with real examples. Why it is so important? Bonus funny stories as well.
Contact us to learn more!