Testing NodeJS, REST APIs and MongoDB with UFT
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Testing NodeJS, REST APIs and MongoDB with UFT

When: Tuesday, January 19, 2016
8:00 - 9:00 AM PST (Los Angeles), 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM EST (New York), 17:00 - 18:00 CET (Frankfurt)
Where: Webinar
Contact: Clint Sprauve

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Today’s applications are becoming more complex. From multi-layer applications, to micro-services to containers, QA & automation engineers are required to test more with less and without compromising the quality of the app.

In this session we’ll explain the pros & cons of testing at each of the different layers of the application and also share some best practices around Agile Testing. Everything will be demonstrated on a demo application built with the latest technology stack including NodeJS, REST APIs and MongoDB and tested using UFT 12.52.


Ori Bendet
Inbound Product Manager
Hewlett Packard Enterprise

  • Experienced manager with more than five years of enterprise software development and innovation experience
  • Currently the Inbound Product Manager for the Functional and Mobile Testing products at HPE software
  • Has been in various QA managerial positions, including automation leader and QA team leader for several products, including LoadRunner, StormRunner, and Executive Scorecard

Yossi Neeman
Technologies Group Leader-UFT
Hewlett Packard Enterprise

  • Yossi Neeman leads the technologies (UI and API) development group for HPE’s Unified Functional Testing (UFT)
  • Has been with HPE since 2008, always in the field of functional testing.
  • Started as developer and moved on to management roles, currently managing teams in Israel, China and Ukraine
  • Other than software, Yossi enjoys his great family and loves music (as a former professional trumpet player)
  • Yossi holds an MSc in Computers and Biology from Bar-Ilan university


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