Broadcast Date and Time: April 24, 2012, 2 p.m. EDT
The primary role of risk-based testing is to optimize available resources and time without affecting the quality of your product. Risk-based testing helps address the rise in business and technological complexity and the growing size of applications by prioritizing test cases based on the defined criticality of a function, encouraging impact assessment of an application functionality failure and increasing testing effectiveness. Despite these benefits, risk-based testing is still used or deployed in a limited manner across organizations.
In this web seminar, speakers Russ Queen and Vasudeva Naidu discuss the two most common reasons that limit the adoption of risk-based testing: the lack of well-defined methodology to measure the success of risk-based testing and lack of stakeholder involvement in planning risk-based testing. Russ will also talk about Nordstrom's quest into the risk-based testing (RBT) space, the successes that they have achieved, the challenges they've faced, and the future state that they would like to attain as part of their RBT strategy.
Vasudeva Naidu will present Infosys' RBT framework that will help you extract maximum value from your RBT program. Infosys' framework is comprised of four crucial elements:
- The ideal approach
- Use of right tools
- Right metrics for measurement and
- Creating an effective assessment model for your RBT framework
This framework is geared toward helping you improve quality, time to market, and reduce testing costs. Register and attend this event if you want to increase your business value by implementing an effective risk-based testing strategy.