Brussels / 1 & 2 February 2020

schedule

Testing and Automation devroom


09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18
Saturday Improving the culture of automated testing in FOSS Welcome to KernelCI
You're all welcome to the KernelCI project's new home
Abusing GitLab CI to Test Kernel Patches OpenQA with the JDP data analyses framework
Bug tag propagation on 2M+ test results using Julia
Automated Performance Testing for Virtualization with MMTests
The Tools, the Challenges and also some War-Stories about Performance Testing Hypervisors and VMs
Auto-healing cluster through negative testing Introducing OpenTAP - Open Test Automation Project
A developer-first extensible test and measurement automation project
One test output format to unite them all Releasing Software with GitOps
How OpenStack manages releases using Git based automation
Writing Go(od) Tests
Writing good tests in golang
Testing apps with third-party API integrations Testing a large testing software Correlation analysis in automated testing How to fail successfully and reliably
And look good while doing it

This room is about building better software through a focus on testing and automation at all layers of the stack. From creating libraries and end-user applications all the way down to packaging, distribution and deployment. Testing and automation is not isolated to a single toolchain, language or platform, there is much to learn and share regardless of background!

This year the Testing and Automation devroom will host both lower level topics: hardware, bootloader, kernel as well as higher level topics: CI/CD, testing techniques, libraries and frameworks.

This is the place where open source projects can share their "testing from the trenches" stories!

Event Speakers Start End

Saturday

  Improving the culture of automated testing in FOSS Alexandros Frantzis 10:30 11:00
  Welcome to KernelCI
You're all welcome to the KernelCI project's new home
Guillaume Tucker 11:05 11:35
  Abusing GitLab CI to Test Kernel Patches Nikolai Kondrashov 11:40 12:20
  OpenQA with the JDP data analyses framework
Bug tag propagation on 2M+ test results using Julia
Richard Palethorpe 12:25 13:15
  Automated Performance Testing for Virtualization with MMTests
The Tools, the Challenges and also some War-Stories about Performance Testing Hypervisors and VMs
Dario Faggioli 13:20 13:50
  Auto-healing cluster through negative testing Rajat Singh 13:55 14:20
  Introducing OpenTAP - Open Test Automation Project
A developer-first extensible test and measurement automation project
Rolf Madsen 14:25 14:55
  One test output format to unite them all Boris Feld 15:00 15:30
  Releasing Software with GitOps
How OpenStack manages releases using Git based automation
Sean McGinnis 15:35 16:05
  Writing Go(od) Tests
Writing good tests in golang
Nikki Attea 16:10 16:55
  Testing apps with third-party API integrations Carolyn Stransky (carostran) 17:00 17:10
  Testing a large testing software Rémi Duraffort 17:15 17:45
  Correlation analysis in automated testing Łukasz Wcisło 17:50 18:10
  How to fail successfully and reliably
And look good while doing it
Saleem Siddiqui 18:15 19:00