Designing and implementing an automated test solution can be a time-consuming process. Selenium Grid is a component of Selenium that makes this a lot easier. In this course, you'll explore the key features of Selenium Grid, its architecture, and the differences between the Grid 1 and Grid 2 versions. You'll learn to set up and configure Hub and Node for the Selenium Grid server, execute WebDriver tests in parallel, and troubleshoot errors while invoking browser code. Next, you'll examine how to implement Page Object Model and Pattern and use the Object Repository Mechanism in Page Object Pattern and Page Factory. Finally, you'll learn how to fetch data in Selenium from Excel documents using DataProvider and handle Windows authentication pop-ups.