Webinar on a new Test Registry and Repository

22/09/2015

On 23 October 2015, the ISA Programme of the European Commission hosted a webinar to present the Test Registry and Repository (TRR), a repository to store and publish different types of test artefacts (test beds, test cases, test assertions, validation schemas, etc.).

 

TRR has been created according to a specification from the CEN GITB workshop and integrated into the Joinup platform. The repository goes into production in October. The webinar presented an opportunity for potential users to get to know the functionalities of the repository straightaway.

 

Some of the test bed owners were invited to give a short introduction to their work, their notion of testing and the technical resources they use or provide to their communities.

 

The webinar was organised in the context of the ISA Action 4.2.6 ‘Interoperability test bed’. The target audience are owners of test beds and test centres, test developers and testers, but also the users of systems that need interoperability or conformance testing.

 

The ISA programme supports the interoperability of public administrations in Europe through more than 40 actions, one of them being the ‘Interoperability test bed’.

 

For further more information, please contact Dr. Wigard, Programme Manager of the ISA programme.

Expected Participants:

~15 

State: Open

Details

Agenda

The presentations and the TRR webinar report will be published here shortly.

 

10:00 – 10:10

10:10 – 10:30

Introduction

Presentation of the Test Registry and Repository (TRR) on Joinup

Roch Bertucat

Senior software engineer at Engisis

The Test Registry and Repository (TRR) is aimed at supporting Test infrastructures for managing, archiving and sharing test artefacts (test beds, test suites, etc.). The TRR is an output of the Global eBusiness Interoperability Test Bed (GITB) workshop of CEN. Presentation.

10:30 – 11:20

Short presentations of various testing initiatives, testbeds/labs

10:30

Dr. Robin S. Smith

Scientific Support Officer in the European Commission’s Joint Research Centre

The work of ARE3NA, ISA Action 1.17, includes creating reusable tools to aid the validation and testing of data and metadata that support the INSPIRE Directive. The approach can be of interest to others facing similar data interoperability testing issues. Presentation.

10:40

Ion Pagkalos

Researcher, Dept. of Electrical & Computer Engineering, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

The e-CODEX Central Testing Platform: Design, Goals & Application in e-CODEX pre-pilot testing. Presentation.

10:50

Vasilis Koulolias

Director, eGovlab Sweden

Towards a Nordic Digital single market, open innovation in public services and the role of eGovlab. Presentation.

11:00

Muhammet Yildiz

e-SENS WP6 Senior Architect,  TUBITAK - Senior Researcher 

Minder is an Online Generic testbed that provides its users the ability to interconnect different systems and perform arbitrary operations on the data and control flow. Presentation.

11:10

Paulo Vale

Project Manager, Projects and Innovation Unit - Portuguese Agency for the Administrative Modernization (AMA)

EGOV Innovation Hub – building more efficient, innovative and inclusive Public Services. Presentation.

11:20 – 11:30

Final remarks 

 

Location
Brussels

Comments

Thu, 29/10/2015 - 08:41

Thanks for organizing the event and for giving us the opportunity to present our work. It was also very interesting to know about the various ongoing testing initiatives and test beds.

 

You can start creating your Test Resources in the Test Registry and Repository (TRR).

The content of this field is kept private and will not be shown publicly.