Solving Performance Problems with AI

Solving Performance Problems with AI

Sure, machine learning is nothing new. And artificial intelligence is nothing new. However, when we are starting to leverage these not-so-new “intelligence” tools in our work as test engineers, that is quite new. This webinar gives some advice based on some research over the last 2 years of burgeoning ideas about how we are going to conduct performance testing and engineering work with AI and ML.

Test Strategies from Around the World

Test Strategies from Around the World

This webinar will give attendees an overview of the significant test strategies in use by testers in various industries and business domains around the world.  We’ll examine: analytical strategies (where testers analyze requirements or risks to identify the test conditions to cover);  model-based strategies (where testers develop a model of the environment in which the system exists, the inputs and conditions to which the system is subjected, and how the system should behave); methodical strategies (where testers use a predetermined set of test conditions, such as a quality standard or set of heuristics); process-compliant strategies (where testers follow a set of processes defined by others, such as Agile testing); reactive strategies (where testers react to the actual system under test rather than trying to pre-plan the testing); and, other strategies in common use. 

Preparing for the Online Holiday Season

Preparing for the Online Holiday Season

If you’re a software tester or quality assurance (QA) professional for any business with a heavy stake in the holiday season – i.e. a retail, hotel, airline, car rental or parcel shipping company – you know that early, thorough planning is essential to ensuring your...
Pre-Deployment Load Testing

Pre-Deployment Load Testing

Don’t Let Overload Put Your Company’s Name on The Front Page Load testing should be an integral part of any quality process. Unlike functional testing, which ensures that applications perform as expected in terms of functional requirements, load and performance...