How Testers Can Use a Software Reliability Engineering Maturity Model on Their Web Sites

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Software Reliability Engineering (SRE) is a practice that reduces risks of unreliability or unavailability of release product, missed schedules, and cost overruns by quantitively planning and guiding software development and test to meet user needs.

Software Reliability Engineering (SRE) is a practice that reduces risks of unreliability or unavailability of release product, missed schedules, and cost overruns by quantitively planning and guiding software development and test to meet user needs.

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John Musa's picture John Musa

John D. Musa is one of the creators of the field of software reliability engineering (SRE) and is widely recognized as the leader in reducing it to practice. He currently teaches a two-day course, More Reliable Software Faster and Cheaper, worldwide to organizations who want to deploy the SRE practice. He also consults with a wide variety of clients. He is principal author of the widely-acclaimed pioneering book Software Reliability and author of the practically-oriented Software Reliability Engineering. Elected IEEE Fellow in 1986 for his many seminal contributions, he was recognized in 1992 as the leading contributor to testing technology. His leadership has been recognized by every edition of Who’s Who in America since 1990 and by American Men and Women of Science. He has more than 30 years of diversified practical experience as software practitioner and manager. He has published more than 100 papers and given more than 200 major presentations. You can reach him at j.musa@ieee.org.

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