Isa started her career as a developer, but ended up managing Quality Engineering teams which she has continued doing for the last ten years. Since then she has helped different companies to reach continuous delivery by improving their development, testing and release processes through automation and risk analysis: the biggest Spanish social network Tuenti, a Rakuten video-on-demand service, the JIRA Cloud and Infrastructure Services divisions at Atlassian and currently CloudBees. She believes in giving back to the community and is therefore a frequent speaker at testing meet-ups like After Test and Agile Barcelona, and she has also spoken at international conferences such as Jenkins World, Devops Days, itSMF and expoQA where she has also formed part of the selection committee.
Topic: «Testing in the Hundred Microservices World: When the Pyramid Becomes an hourglass»
We went from testing monoliths applications and its challenges to testing integrations of hundreds of microservices and that comes at a price: brittle, slow, and infra dependent tests. How can you have robust, fast, reliable and well-scoped tests? How can you be the first one to know about problems in production? And how can you guarantee a rollout plan that affects the least customers possible if something goes wrong? This talk is about my journey to get a testing strategy that was able to protect customers from dozens of releases per day of different services at the same time.