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Breaking the illusion: No true CI/CD without Test Data

‘Breaking the Illusion: No True CI/CD Without Test Data’ addresses the critical challenge of incorporating high-quality test data into CI/CD pipelines, which is crucial for transforming the aspiration of full automation into a tangible reality

This talk emphasizes how integrating Test Data Management into the CI/CD pipeline effectively solves this issue, providing reliable and quality test data essential for software development success. We will focus on how TDM not only improves quality, efficiency, and speeds up the implementation of CI/CD processes, but also represents a strategic investment leading to significant return on investment. By ensuring the availability of accurate and relevant test data, TDM reduces costs associated with delays and errors in development, accelerates Time to Market, and enhances end-customer satisfaction.

What you’ll learn

From this talk you will learn:

Implementation of icaria TDM through practical cases, demonstrating its impact on the reality of automation in software development.

Session details

Track 4

11:05h - 11:50h · May 29th

40 minute talk + 5 minutes Q&A

Topic: Test Management & Strategy

General Level

Talk in Spanish


Ana Victoria Rodríguez

Ana is principal product engineer at icaria Technology and is passionate about software development for solve real problems. During last 6 years she has participated assuming different roles in the company, including development, customer deployment and team manager. Client experience allows her to understand what different industries need in each QA stages. Taking advantage of the context and previous knowledge, your goal is to design and develop the software that allows companies to manage test data completely and correctly. It takes companies one step further in their CI/CD processes.