Our Quality Assurance Program Requires 9 Stages
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- Requirement Analysis:
- Review and understand the software requirements, including functional and non-functional aspects.
- Identify areas that need special attention or may pose challenges during testing.
- Test Planning:
- Develop a test strategy and plan based on project requirements and scope.
- Identify test objectives, test levels, and resources needed (including test tools and environments).
- Test Design:
- Create detailed test cases and test scripts based on the test objectives.
- Define test data, expected results, and test conditions.
- Test Environment Setup:
- Configure the test environment, including hardware, software, and network configurations.
- Ensure all necessary test tools and resources are in place.
- Test Execution:
- Execute test cases and scripts, carefully documenting the results.
- Log any defects or issues found during testing, with clear descriptions and steps to reproduce.
- Test Monitoring and Control:
- Continuously monitor and track test progress and test coverage.
- Adapt the testing approach if necessary, based on the results and feedback.
- Defect Management:
- Analyze, prioritize, and track defects through their lifecycle, from detection to resolution.
- Collaborate with the development team to resolve issues and retest as needed.
- Test Closure:
- Review test results and analyze metrics to assess overall software quality.
- Prepare a test closure report, summarizing the testing process and key findings.
- Continuous Improvement:
- Conduct a retrospective analysis of the testing process to identify areas for improvement.
- Implement lessons learned and best practices in future QA projects.
KVD Various System QA Testing Methods
Unit Testing: Testing individual components or modules of the application in isolation.
Integration Testing: Testing the interaction between different components or modules to ensure they work correctly together.
System Testing: Testing the entire system or application as a whole, verifying that it meets the specified requirements.
Regression Testing: Re-testing the application after changes, such as bug fixes or new features, to ensure existing functionality still works as expected.
Functional Testing: Testing the application's features and functionality to ensure it meets the defined requirements.
Non-functional Testing: Testing aspects of the application not directly related to functionality, such as performance, reliability, usability, and security.
User Acceptance Testing (UAT): Testing the application with end-users or stakeholders to validate that it meets their needs and expectations.
Smoke Testing: A quick, high-level test performed to ensure that the application's core features are working properly before more in-depth testing begins.
Exploratory Testing: Unstructured, ad-hoc testing performed by testers to discover defects through creative and intuitive exploration of the application.
Load Testing: Testing the application's performance under various levels of load or user traffic to ensure it can handle the expected volume.
Stress Testing: Testing the application's stability and performance under extreme conditions or heavy load to identify its breaking point.
Localization Testing: Testing the application's functionality, UI, and content in different languages and regional settings to ensure it works correctly for users in various locales.
Security Testing: Testing the application's security features and vulnerabilities to ensure it protects against potential threats and unauthorized access.