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Risk Based Testing Training by Tonex

Risk based testing is basically a testing done for a project based on risks.

Risk based testing uses risk to prioritize and emphasize the appropriate tests during test execution. Risk is generally thought of as the probability of occurrence of an undesirable outcome.

This outcome is also associated with an impact. Since there might not be sufficient time to test all functionality, Risk based testing involves testing the functionality which has the highest impact and probability of failure.

Risk based testing (RBT) is an approach to software testing that seeks to maximize the effectiveness of a limited amount of testing resources.

Risk based testing also relies on risk assessments to determine the best allocation of testing resources. Risk based testing is important because when organizations have a finite number of testing resources, there’s a need to determine which parts of your application pose the biggest risk to your business as well as customers, staff and brand identity.

In general, risk based testing focuses on the likeli

hood of a bug occurring in application code. It also tries to answer the question of how big an impact the bug will have on a business.

Of course, there are several different factors that impact the risk level of applications. These risk factors include:

  • Complex code
  • Code critical to the function of the app
  • Code innovations

The risk level is also affected by the type of feature or product being developed.

One of the key steps in risk based testing is risk analysis. Once risks have been identified, categorized, and sorted, risk analysis can begin.

In this step, the identified risks should be discusse

d. The risks need to be analyzed in terms of likelihood and probable consequences. Based on this analysis, you will calculate the exposure you face. After this step, you should know which risks pose the greatest threat to your organization.

Risk Based Testing Training by Tonex

Risk Based Testing Training by Tonex, 2 day ‘ Risk-Based Testing’ training workshop introduces the key concepts and principals behind risk management and how it should be applied to testing.

Risk Based Testing training course providing an overview of risk analysis fundamentals, its application to testing, focusing on software testing with the key objectives of reducing the cost of the project test phase, reducing time in the system lifecycle and reducing future potential production costs by optimizing the test process in verification and validation phases.

Participants will learn about fundamentals of software development testing, risks based testing, type of risks, phases of risk identification, risk strategy, risk assessment, risk mitigation (Reduction), risk prediction, and agile risk based testing.  During the workshop and case studies participants will identify and use metrics to identify the probability and the consequences of individual risks (errors) if they occur, and to monitor test progress: a case study of the system test stage of a project is illustrated to develop a very flexible retail banking application with complex test requirements.

Testing, verification and validation of software  is the process that proves the software or system [or sub-system or component] meets its requirements, matches the design, provides its intention and customer exceptions.

Testing are required to determine whether quality of software functions and features are in reasonably close conformance with plans and specifications. Since testing is based on requirements and design, one of the keys to successful and effective testing is well-written and complete requirements and associated risks.

In testing of software and systems, risks are associated with the deliverable product and there are stages of risk identification, risk strategy and prioritization, risk prediction, risk mitigation and risk reporting.

Risk based testing utilizes risk to prioritize and emphasize the appropriate tests during testing and verification opportunities to remove or prevent defects through non-testing activities and to help us select which test activities to perform.

Methods of Learning: The methods of learning consist of visual presentations on software testing, risk assessment, risk management, Risk Based Testing technology, discussions, activities and involvement of all participants in practical exercises to demonstrate application of knowledge learned.

Who Should Attend

This Risk Based Testing training is for anyone with an interest in impact of risks on software testing and Risk Based Testing methodology. Participants will learn more about the underlying mechanisms of software based testing and Risk Based Testing.

This Risk Based Testing Training is for:

  • Agile Developers
  • Analysts
  • Developers
  • Engineers
  • IT and Business Professionals
  • Product and Platform Support
  • Product Managers
  • Project Managers
  • Technical Managers
  • Testers

Learning Objectives

Upon completion of the Blockchain training, the participants will be able to:

  • Learn the basic of software development testing methods and tools
  • Learn the basics of Risk Based Testing, its benefits and values
  • Understand how Risk Based Testing works
  • List broader applications of risk assessment and risk management to software development
  • List use case examples for Risk Based Testing
  • Apply the values and principles of Risk Based Testing for product and application development
  • Describe when a Risk Based Testing should be considered for use
  • List step-by-step implementing of Risk Based Testing on your application
  • Describe what quality risk analysis support process works
  • Learn best practices in risk management to balance risks with quality, performance, cost/budget, resources and schedule
  • Describe Agile Risk-based Testing
  • Describe what Agile Lifecycle and Risk-based Testing is
  • Learn how to assess quality risks on Agile projects

 Course Agenda

Introduction To Software Development Testing

  • Software Testing Challenges
  • Component Testing
  • Integration Testing
  • System Testing
  • Acceptance Testing
  • Agile-based Testing
  • Product Risk Management
  • Risk Assessment Frameworks for Software Risk Analysis and Testing
  • Definition of Risks and System Quality
  • Definition of Risk
  • Anatomy of A Risk
  • Classification of Software Risks
  • Testing and Software Risks

Introduction To Risk Based Testing (RBT)

  • Risk-Based Testing Overview
  • Identify & Rank Software Risks
  • Risk-Based Test Planning
  • Risk-Based Test Design
  • Risk-Based Test Management
  • Benefits of Risk-based Testing
  • Strategies for Prioritizing Tests
  • Deadlines
  • Product Risks
  • Risk Management Process
  • Risk Identification
  • Risk Prioritization
  • Risk Strategy
  • Risk Assessment
  • Risk Migration
  • Risk Reporting
  • Risk Prediction and Estimation
  • Test Plans
  • Testing and Inspection
  • Test Metrics

Risk Based Testing Approach

  • Analyze the Requirements
  • SRS, FRS, Use Cases, User Stories
  • Risk profiling
  • Risk-based Test Process
  • Residual Risk Calculation
  • Risk Monitoring and Control

How To Perform Risk Based Testing

  • Risk Identification
  • Risk Analysis
  • Risk Response
  • Test Scoping
  • Test Process Definition
  • Techniques To Make A Prioritized List Of Risks
  • Perform Testing That Explores Each Risk
  • Real-life Risks
  • Project Management & Risk
  • Testing and Risks
  • Test Management and Risks
  • Troubleshooting Risk-based Testing

Agile Risk Based Testing

  • Agile Quality Risk Analysis
  • Stakeholders
  • Process of Quality Risk Analysis
  • Estimating Testing Effort
  • Collaborative User Story Creation
  • To Capture Requirements In User Stories
  • Functional and Non-functional Elements
  • Acceptance Criteria for Each Element
  • Identify Missing Elements
  • Identify Quality and Project Risks
  • Confirm the Acceptance Criteria
  • Acceptance Criteria Clarify the Feature And Establish Clear
  • Completion Measures
  • Acceptance Criteria
  • Independent Testing and Agile
  • Write Code
  • Review Code
  • Test Code
  • Status of Testing
  • Communicating Test Results

Risk Management Process Improvement

  • Tonex’s Quality Test Analysis Methods and Templates
  • When to implement Risk based Testing
  • Risk Management Process Templates
  • Risk Based Testing Approach
  • Tools for Risk Based Testing Approach to the System Test
  • Prioritization and Risk Assessment Matrix
  • Generic Check list for Risk Based Testing
  • Risk Based Testing Results Reporting and Metrics
  • Risk Breakdown structure sample
  • Tools for Risk Analysis (Includes Quantitative and Qualitative Analysis)
  • Risk Response planning
  • Risk Contingency
  • Risk Monitoring and Control
  • Risk Management plan
  • Project risk response audits
  • Workaround plans
  • Risk Response Plan
  • Periodic project risk reviews
  • Corrective action
  • Project Communication plan
  • Earned value analysis
  • Project change requests
  • Additional Risk identification and Analysis
  • Technical performance measurement
  • Updates to the risk
  • Response plan and risk Identification checklist
  • Scope changes Additional risks response planning
  • Risk database
  • Case Studies
  • Workshop and Hands-on Exercises

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