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Building and Testing Apps in the Cloud

Without a thoughtful approach, the cloud can become just another complicating factor for development and test organizations. This all-day, complimentary Virtual Event will explore how best to use the cloud for build, test, and CI; and — in the Dr. Dobb's tradition — the webcast sessions and panel discussions will present practical, hands-on, immediately usable information and guidance.

Building and Testing Apps in the Cloud

Date: Thursday, November 10, 2011
Time: 8:00 am PT / 11:00 pm ET

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A Dr. Dobb's Webcast

What's Involved:

  • The ins and outs of today's PaaS providers, how the software development, testing, and deployment lifecycle changes around the use of cloud development, and how to avoid the pitfalls and take advantage of the opportunities.
  • How to handle unique problems surrounding the testing of Web applications on the cloud, particularly those with complex user interfaces
  • How public and private clouds can be used to improve CI and how a fully automated deployment process on top of cloud infrastructure can help move an organization from CI to continuous delivery
  • The reasons for running testing in the cloud rather than locally, and the actual process for testing
  • And much more...

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Featured Speakers:

Murtaza Abdeali, Web Client Product Manager, Infragistics

Andrew Glover, Managing Partner, Beacon50, and contributor to the Getting Started With the Cloud series of articles on Dr. Dobb's

Allen Holub, President, Holub Associates and contributor to the Getting Started With the Cloud series of articles on Dr. Dobb's

Kirill Ishanov, Director of Engineering, Cloud and SaaS Center of Excellence, Mirantis

David Linthicum, CTO, Blue Mountain Labs

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