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Good afternoon, everyone. My name is Jason Abed. I'm a senior R&D solution architect with our dynamics group. Today, we wanted to talk about something new that's coming to the application, and that's the regression suite automation tool. The objective of the tool is really to define a methodology that allows project implementations of Dynamics 365 to create a suite of automated end-to-end test scenarios for regression testing purposes. This is really going to help speed up the acceptance of any new build, whether that's an application update from Microsoft or ISV, or a customized application deploy all packages that you may have. Dynamics is a product that's been around for a while, but there's a big reason that this tool is becoming critically important for our customers. And I'm hoping a reason that many of you are here to learn about it. That reason is to get all of our customers onto the same version of the application. So, if you've attended some of the other dynamics sessions, you've probably seen or heard about our goal of moving all customers by April of 2019 to a single version of the application. From there on, we will be releasing just a binary update that contains both an application and a platform update. Historically, we've released these separately, and common application updates were a lot harder to take. With this one version, however, we're planning on doing monthly application updates as opposed to major releases twice a year, as we have historically. And that's where this tool really steps up from an importance perspective. As far as how to go about approaching using the tool, there are three main areas that you have to focus on from a setup perspective. The first is actually to create a set of tasks recordings...