Mar 13, 2013 · 6:30 PM
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Service oriented architectures can help to break a large, unwieldy application into a federation of smaller, more manageable, and more reusable services. Unfortunately, these architectures can dramatically increase the complexity of testing, and can turn the process of release qualification into a chaotic mess.
In this inaugural TriTAUG lecture, we'll discuss some of the challenges inherent in testing SOA based systems, and provide some practical suggestions on how you can get your release testing and qualification process back under control.
About the speaker:
Tom DeWire is a Software Architect for Bronto Software in Durham, NC. Prior to his current role, he was a 14 year veteran of the video game industry, having worked at Electronic Arts during most of his tenure. During that time, he focused on the increasingly complex and high-scale services required to support the ever growing demand for more, and more engaging online gaming experiences. He attended the University of Virginia, where he received a B.A. in Environmental Science. When not thinking about software, he can usually be found on his porch, plunking away on his banjo.