Data Modernization validation has increased significance in post-Covid scenario. Clients across verticals are looking at meaningful insights from new data patterns to keep up with the digital adoption trend. The cloud-first strategy had significantly changed the data landscape for enterprises and there is an increased demand for quality engineering strategies for large-scale data processing, data privacy, and AI/ML-based data validation.
This session will cover
- The key trends and emerging patterns in the data space.
- How to address the quality engineering challenges arising from these trends leveraging various data validation approaches.
- Limitations with traditional data validation approaches and how a platform-based hyper-automation quality engineering strategy addresses these limitations.
The session will also cover nuances of defining a digital data quality engineering roadmap for future digital enterprises
Abdul Sathar is a Senior Manager - Public Sector accounts (Quality Engineering & Data Services) for Infosys
The sudden wave of change in the application development methodologies have created a crisis with application security. The changes caused by Digital Transformation on business, have rendered the legacy waterfall methodology irrelevant into a speed driven DevSecOps world. In the Traditional waterfall methodology, everything was predictable with quarterly/monthly/yearly releases. This allowed specialised independent security teams to embed application security.
But with Agile development practices, changes to an application happens on a daily/weekly or even multiple times a day within a Sprint. Of course, agile brings many business benefits. Agile promises to improve the customer experience - especially mobile based apps. Applications help with automating processes for quicker results. But practicing agile to achieve these benefits increases risk of introducing new vulnerabilities or complicating earlier ones.
The potential fallout of risky applications is a disaster for business. Hence the response from IT teams must be fast. Since the way application development has faced rapid changes, it’s more important to clarify the new requirements for DevSecOps for application security and roles must be clearly defined. Developers are not going to be solely responsible for security breaches. CIOs to security managers to security testers must involve in the new integrated DevSecOps framework.
Praveen is a digital enthusiast, strategist & implementer - a true practitioner. As a Europe Geo Lead /
Principal Consultant - Agile Coach , Wipro FullStride Cloud Services , Wipro Digital, Switzerland , Praveen help business realize value embracing Digital. He currently supports a leading Swiss Banking client to embrace digital & agility, helping the clients make things that matter most to their end users and ensuring the engagement is a fun. His areas of interest include applied innovation and application of Data Analytics, DevOps, AI in Digital Assurance & Quality Engineering. He is a technology leader specializing in driving adoption of Continuous Agile Delivery at scale using SAFe, DAD, [email protected] involving emerging technologies like AI, DevOps & QE practices.
Over his 21 year's career, Praveen has gained a wealth of experience by "failing, learning, growing, and succeeding" in many roles, including Software Product Engineering & Management, Software Testing, Agile & DevOps Coaching, and Organizational Change.
Praveen is ICAgile Certified Professional – Agile Coach (ICP-ACC), Certified Scrum Master, Certified SAFe® Agilist, Azure Cloud Certified Solution Architect & Azure DevOps Certified. He has supported multiple conferences as volunteer, and a frequent speaker at International conferences.