Quality Assurance test professionals have two key goals: to validate the quality
of an application and improve software. Yet testers often seem like an island apart
from the rest of your team. To be effective, their work should be integrated in
the same ALM processes and communication workflows as everyone else. They need to
collaborate closely with developers and provide the rich information needed to resolve
bugs fast. They also need to communicate their progress to non-technical stakeholders
with easy-to-understand reports.
Visual Studio 2010 offers key tools to bring test teams into various ALM processes.
These tools include better test case management, improved traceability, and a variety
of ways to improve testing performance and communication with developers. Testers
can now record steps and fast forward to the places where bugs occurred. They can
create rich debugging reports that include snapshots and video, and even use IntelliTrace,
a tool that enables developers to replay bugs in the exact environment in which
they occurred. Test teams can also quickly generate reports and dashboards that
communicate test progress and the overall health of the project.
Figure: Automate deployment of environments, both physical and virtual
- Microsoft Test Manager for non-technical testers
- Lab Management for automated deployment
Related services offered by SSW
- Manual test tools and UI automation
- Automated Environment deployment for test
Additional services offered by SSW:
Do I need to learn all these features at once?
No, you can piece together all of the parts as you need with the confidence that
it will all work seamlessly together.
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