There are numerous benefits for companies that move to Service Oriented Architectures (SOA) including reuse of functionality, decreased maintenance, sharing ease with external applications, and increased application consistency. As reliance on services increases, the importance of thoroughly testing services and API’s is paramount. A single defect in a web service can have a wide spread impact on all the service consuming applications. With such an extensive potential impact, QA teams must use an approach and process to test services and API’s that ensures full coverage. Attend this workshop to learn the level of testing required and both manual and automated approaches for testing services and API’s.
- Understand the types of services and API’s and the benefits of using them
- Discover the level of testing required for services and API’s
- Learn manual and automated methods for testing services and API’s
Instructor: David Dang, Zenergy Technologies
David Dang has over 15 years of experience in general IT, with the last 12 focused on test automation and QA/test process improvement. He has extensive capabilities in test automation, management, planning, analysis, execution, and metrics. David has proven ability to assess, design, and implement test automation frameworks. He has worked with over 100 companies to assist and drive their test automation and QA projects. David is a HP Certified Instructor (CI) for QuickTest Professional, WinRunner, and QualityCenter. He is a featured speaker on test automation and related topics at local and national QA and Testing conferences including Quality Assurance Institute (QAI), StarEast, STP Con, PSQT, and TISQA. David received his BS in Management Information Systems and BA in Psychology from the University of Buffalo.