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Software Test fundamentals, UAT & System Test Basics

Indroduction:

Three days workshop focuses on Testing fundamentals which is a must for any test team for quality control/assurance. User acceptance testing is the final phase of product delivery, ensuring a good UAT phase ensure that high confidence in production usage. Thus first day, deals on UAT test process. System testing deals testing application in a pre-production test environment which is controlled and managed. System testing deals with functional and non-functional testing. Thus understanding this testing helps any test team to release their application in UAT with higher confidence.

Take Away :

• Strong understanding of Software Testing Basics
• Understanding of Test flow
• UAT basic and fundamentals of model and methodologies
• System testing types and proces
• Solving the practical testing problems

Target Audience: :

Test Engineers, Senior Test engineers, Test Lead, Test manager, Project manager, requirement analyst, QA engineers

Duration :

3 Days

Course Contents

Day 1-Software Testing Fundamentals and Best Practices Day 2-User Acceptance Testing Day 3-System Testing Basics
Introduction of Software Testing Role of User Acceptance Testing System Testing Phase
Software Test life Cycle Making users confident about testing Importance of system testing
Requirements (use-case, scenario, prototypes) for testing Objectives, types, and scope of testing System testing Types – functional and Non functional
Test design concepts, test case/script, test data development Importance of UAT and difference with system test System test requirements
What is testable and what is non-testable Why technical tests don’t catch all the errors System test entry criteria
Positive and Negative Testing UAT use cases System Test case design
Test Execution and defect management Separate technical and acceptance test paths System Test environments
Test status UAT Process System test execution and defect management
Verification and Validation UAT Entry criteria System test planning
Levels of testing – Unit, Integration, System UAT requirements System test exit
User acceptance UAT Scenarios System test metrics and improvements Conclusion Q & A
Conclusion and Audience questions UAT Test environment
UAT Test design and Test data
UAT execution and defect management
UAT test measurements
UAT test exit process
UAT Reporting
Conclusion and Discussion

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