Sandra Baker, WorldPay
Many test automation efforts these days are struggling or failing because they started off the wrong way. For success, it’s imperative to start with the “Why” and build a solid architecture. This session begins by exploring the “Why”: which discussions on technical aspects, organizational aspects, test aspects and preconditions will have to take place and which decisions will have to be made at the start of a test automation implementation. In the second part, we zoom in on the test automation architecture: what is it, how do you create and maintain it, and how do you ensure it’s robust.