test management Questions

I currently have a vendor that is working with us for staffing and Test Data Management is our next step in maturing our organization.  Has anyone been down this path?  I just don't want to take the word of the vendor as the only opinion.

 

thanks...

Michelle

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I have Coded UI framework. Need to run the test cases on remote systems. Want to know how to do?

Using Visual Studio 2019 for development.

 

By Tim Thompson - February 16, 2021No Answers

With Microsoft Test Manager being abandoned by Microsoft we are looking for a suitable replacement.
A relacement tool needs to have these core features
- hierarchical structure of test suites
- parameters per test case for populating predefined values and creating iterations
- decent reporting
- integration with Git/GitHub
- well documented API

Any suggestions are welcome.

By Renee Teng - January 21, 2021No Answers

 I believe people are looking for on-premise alternatives to Jira, as it is no longer maintained. Open source is even better. Any luck?

By Ella Luzhkova - January 20, 2021No Answers

Hello everyone. Please help me find a device farm. I want a farm with performance statistics collection

I see it this way - we are writing a bot that can emulate player behavior. Next, we launch these bots on the farm on devices of different tiers. The farm records fps during the game and generates a report. Next, I look at which devices we have problems with and ask them to optimize. It is important that the farm has an API, with which I would pause/unpause the FPS recording (so as not to record useless FPS drops, for example, while loading a level).

cool if the farm can collect

- fps

- consumed RAM

- load on processor

Thank you!

By steve joy - December 29, 2020No Answers

Can you explain random/monkey testing?

Similar to QA dept being certified (Eg:ISO/IEX) in service based companies, is there specific certification for QA dept in product based companies?

Also provide details & process on how to get the QA dept certified.

Scenario: I am working for a Product based company where schedule is very tight and we usually do not get much time between releases to create proper test cases, update and manage test suite, revisit the existing ones. Hence even though we have quite a large amount of TC repository, most of the testing goes adhoc and so are the defects, rendering those cases un-fruitful.
Following traditional testing process consumes lots of test execution time which affect quality.
Our process does not follow proper agile methodology or waterfall. Even though we have dates timelines, estimations from Dev, QA etc but 99% of times they tend to extend due to last minute change request (decision: upper management).
Overall, since we are not following any proper methodology, following traditional testing method of creating ground level cases with steps/ updating on test management tool/ executing and then following defect management etc takes a toll.
Is there any effective, swift way to do the same in better way which follows our working style??

I am new to testing and my mentor at the company is asking me to get my base strong with regards to manual testing. I know java and made few demo projects with selenium - browser automation and rest assured - API testing . They are expecting me to have better test cases coverage and base needs to be strong . So , anybody knows few blogs/resources from which I can get my foundation strong?

 

 

Just wanted to know if anyone is working on a Enterprise system[healthcare or so} and slowly moving into Cloud. IF so, what is the testing strategy adopted for testing the Enterprise system currently and  how are they planning to do the testing as we move into Cloud

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