Requirements: attendees have to bring a laptop configured with the following environment:
Abstract: The environment will be configured on a virtual machine (VM) using VirtualBox's virtualization engine and Vagrant for building the VM instance. Below is a step-by-step guide for configuring the VM:
1. Go to this link and download and install VirtualBox for your operating system.
2. Go to this link and download and install Vagrant for your operating system. link.
3. Once you've installed Vagrant, please download this file https://goo.gl/PUVD8i.
4. Unzip the downloaded file; you will use the Vagrantfile file. Using a command line prompt, go to this folder (using the "cd" command as appropriate, without the quotation marks). Then execute the "vagrant up" command. This will begin installing all the components within the MV. Wait until the operating system you will use in the new VM has been downloaded and installed.
5. Once this process is complete, a VirtualBox instance should start. Your environment is now configured. You can check that the application you will test is running by going to the following URL in a browser window in the MV: http://localhost:8080/geo-web/login. Username: usr1; password: pass.
A methodology for testing hardware and software compatibility with IPv6 is presented.
In this workshop we introduce the topic through exercises that are examples of real situations of malfunctioning of a system operating under IPv6, and can be identified applying the proposed methodology.
Gustavo Guimerans Degree in Computer Engineering from the University of the Republic (UdelaR- www.UdelaR.edu.uy), Uruguay. Finishing graduate studies in performance testing. Current General Manager of the Software Testing Center (www.CES.com.uy), and teacher in advanced courses of the Computer Engineering (UdelaR) and the unique Testing (capacitacion.ces.com.uy).
Has been working in the IT industry since 2007, conducting research and work as a developer, tester, auditor, systems administrator, trainer, consultant, manager and speaker. Also, has worked with a variety of platforms and technologies, performing consulting work for nonprofit organizations, telecommunications, financial services and other companies with public and private partners.
Web page: www.CES.com.uy
Gerardo Rada is a Systems Engineer who graduated in 2006 from the National Experimental University of the Venezuelan Armed Forces (UNEFA). He has 8 years of experience in systems development and is currently working as Software and Development Engineer at LACNIC, where his main responsibility is managing and developing this organization's resource certification system https://rpki.lacnic.net/ While at the Venezuelan National Center for Technological Innovation (CENIT), in 2007 Gerardo was chosen to be a part of the Uruguay-Venezuela development team within the framework of the Genexus Ruby project. In 2008 he joined the technical team of CENIT's technological prospection project http://portal.cenit.gob.ve/cenitcms/noticia_2569_1.html which resulted in the publication of the Prospective Study on ICTs and the Digital Content Industries in Venezuela.
Twitter: @ grada84
Web page: http://www.lacnic.net