Analysis Of Test results and Documentation
To be effective, software applications testing must start at the beginning of the development process and play an integral role throughout the application lifecycle.Typically, more than half of all software defects are found downstream in the development process or during post-sale software use. This late discovery costs the economy billions of dollars annually, since almost every business in the world relies on software to operate.
A project’s software quality requirements determine what data must be collected, analyzed and reported. During the design phase of the software, project management should set software quality metrics, based on the software quality requirements described in the SRS. Some common examples of software quality metrics are
- Code Coverage
- Defect distribution and density
- Defect trend analysis
- Mean time to discover next K faults
- Mean time to failure
- Mean time to recover
- Failure analysis
- Root-cause analysis
- Quality gap analysis (release criteria vs. actual test status)
Reporting protocols, including reports required by the customer and reports required by uniq technologies’s Internal Audit and Tracking, are finalized during the strategy/planning phase. Our document review services provide a quick and convenient means of reviewing your test documentation.