BSA 385 Week 5 Individual Software Testing Plan

BSA 385 Week 5 Individual Software Testing Plan

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Individual: Software Testing Plan
Instructions:
Resource:
• "Software Testing Plan" document
Continue your work using the scenario presented in Week One.
The Director of Software Engineering would like to have you create a
new Software Testing Plan.
Using the Software Testing Plan document provided, develop a 3- to 4-
page software testing plan. The plan will include the following:
• Design and Develop: Software testing goals, assumptions, and
deliverables:
• Testing Goal
• Test Assumptions
• Quality Attributes
• Schedule in the Life Cycle
• Required Artifacts
• Test: Data: generation and automation tools:
• Test Data Generation Methods
• Test Automation
• Acceptance Test
• Deploy: Versioning, maintenance, and environment:
• Version Control
• Maintenance Plan
• Testing Environment
Cite all sources using APA guidelines.
Submit your assignment to the Assignment Files tab.
Supporting Material: Software Testing Plan
 
 
Design and Develop: Software testing goals, assumptions, and deliverables:
1.     Testing Goal
<Provide an overall description of the goal of testing the program, including what functional and non-functional requirements of the program you will test.>
 
2.     Test Assumptions
<Logically describe how your test environments will mimic the operating environment of the Program.>
 
3.     Quality Attributes
<Indicate what attributes you will test for, such as correctness, reliability, safety or security.>
 
4.     Schedule in the Life Cycle
<Indicate when in the development life cycle verification tests will be performed. Indicate if any are assigned to an Agile sprint.>
 
5.     Required Artifacts
<Indicate the artifacts that will be required like source code or the executable code and what artifacts you will collect for each stage in the life cycle. Include at least one per stage.>
 
 
Test: Data generation and automation tools:
6.     Test Data Generation Methods
<Completely describe any functional, structural, or random methods you will use to test your program.>
 
7.     Test Automation
<Concisely describe the purpose of test automation. Identify at least one automation tool. Indicate if you will use test automation and if so using what tool.>
 
8.     Acceptance Test
<Provide a full description of what the acceptance test will look like and how you will determine if the test was successful.>
 
 
Deploy: Versioning, maintenance, and environment:
9.     Version Control
<Indicate how you will manage version control if testing identifies weaknesses that must be corrected.>
 
10.  Maintenance Plan
<Indicate how you will maintain the program over time. How often will you re-evaluate the goals for the program and test the program?>
 
11.  Testing Environment
Environments are used in program development, testing and production. An environment includes both hardware and the software tools to assist with the management of the environments. Complete the Suggested Software Tools for each environment in the table below.
Environments             Suggested Software Tools
Development with unit testing
Testing
User Acceptance Test (UAT)
Pre-production or Staging
 
 

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