Integration testing continues to be a sticking point for developers, because the focus of development often falls on how to make it work properly rather than how it might break. This becomes increasingly problematic in cloud-native architectures where the complexity becomes difficult to manage. One of Speedscale’s missions in response to this, was to eliminate traditional integration testing. Matthew LeRay, Co-Founder and CTO of Speedscale, explains that cloud-native architectures require a more automated approach. Speedscale records what real users do, taking away the need of writing tests and the need to have development environments. LeRay discusses in further detail how Speedscale’s Traffic Replay copies the production environment and traffic so that developers can use the real tests.
About Matthew LeRay: Matthew LeRay is the Co-Founder and CTO of Speedscale, a cloud-native traffic replay platform.
About Speedscale: Speedscale finds slowdowns or bugs in cloud services before they impact customers. Using traffic replay, you can bring a replica of the production environment into pre-production.
The summary of the show is written by Emily Nicholls.