Live webinar March 25: Mastering Remote and Runtime Execution

Mar 12, 2019 | Announcements

Remote and runtime execution

Join us on Monday, March 25 for the next webinar in the Mastering Ranorex Studio series, Mastering Remote and Runtime Execution.

In this webinar, you’ll learn the key concepts of remote and runtime execution with Ranorex Studio. Ranorex Studio’s remote execution features can distribute tests on physical or virtual remote systems, either asynchronously or in parallel, on a schedule or on-demand. Ranorex Studio also supports runtime execution to trigger automated tests from a continuous integration or test management process.

This free, live webinar is offered at times convenient for participants in European and American time zones. The webinar will last approximately 60 minutes and includes Q&A with Ranorex staff. To get the full benefit of the session, participants should have some experience with Ranorex Studio.

Visit our webinar information page to register now!

The previous webinars in the Mastering Ranorex Studio series are available on-demand.

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