With the urgent demand for rapid turnaround on new software releases--without compromising quality--the testing element of software development must keep pace, requiring a major shift from slow, labor-intensive testing methods to a faster and more thorough automated testing approach.
Automated Software Testing is a comprehensive, step-by-step guide to the most effective tools, techniques, and methods for automated testing. Using numerous case studies of successful industry implementations, this book presents everything you need to know to successfully incorporate automated testing into the development process.
In particular, this book focuses on the Automated Test Life Cycle Methodology (ATLM), a structured process for designing and executing testing that parallels the Rapid Application Development methodology commonly used today. Automated Software Testing is designed to lead you through each step of this structured program, from the initial decision to implement automated software testing through test planning, execution, and reporting. Included are test automation and test management guidance for:
Acquiring management support
Test tool evaluation and selection
The automated testing introduction process
Test effort and test team sizing
Test team composition, recruiting, and management
Test planning and preparation
Test procedure development guidelines
Automation reuse analysis and reuse library
Best practices for test automation
Table of Contents
- Automated Software Testing
- Part I: What Is Automated Testing?
- Part II: Introduction of Automated Testing to a Project
- Part III: Test Planning and Preparation
- Part IV: Test Execution and Review
- Part V: Appendixes
- CD Warranty
- Title: Automated Software Testing: Introduction, Management, and Performance
- Release date: June 1999
- Publisher(s): Addison-Wesley Professional
- ISBN: 0201432870