AWS re:invent 2017 Recap: Testing & Troubleshooting with AWS Device Farm [video]

For the third year in a row Rainforest’s co-founder and CTO Russell Smith headed to AWS re:Invent to share his insights and experience with using Amazon Web Services to power the Rainforest QA platform. Watch one of his sessions below!

Leveraging AWS Device Farm for Mobile App Testing

This year Russ joined Nikhil Dabhade, AWS Cloud Solutions Engineer, and Chandra Bommas, Sr. Manager for AWS Device Farm, to discuss testing and troubleshooting mobile applications with AWS Device Farm.

In this session, Nikhil and Chandra spoke about the building blocks of a mobile-app lifecycle, QA challenges for mobile and how teams can use Device Farm to test their applications more effectively. Russ provided a real-world case study of testing with Device Farm, sharing how Rainforest uses Device Farm to power Rainforest QA’s mobile device testing functionality.

Watch the Session

Watch the whole session below (or skip ahead to 40:39 to hear Russ discuss how we use Device Farm!)

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