Artech House, 2002. — 430 p. — Series: Artech House Computer Library. — ISBN: 1580533140, 9781580533140Professionals in the world of e-business need a reliable way of gauging the risks associated with new endeavours. This hands-on guide presents an effective approach to using risk to conduct test strategies. It helps professionals understand the risks of e-business and conduct risk analysis that identifies the areas of most concern. The book provides the know-how to prepare a test strategy based on early risk analysis and to construct the detailed test process that meets the needs of management. Using a technique called Failure Mode and Effect Analysis (FMEA), the book shows how to use risk-based methodologies in e-business development, especially when developing novel applications using new technologies. This guide should be of interest to: e-business developers, managers and technical staff; software testers; and test and product managers.Contents Preface Acknowledgments The Risk-Based Testing Approach Introduction to Risk-Based Testing Risk Management and Testing Risk: A Better Language for Software Testing Risk-Based Test Strategy Risk-Based E-Business Testing E-Business and the Consequences of Failure Types of Web Site Failures E-Business Test Strategy From Risk Analysis to a Test Process E-Business Test Techniques and Tools Static Testing Web Page Integration Testing Functional Testing Service Testing Usability Assessment Security Testing Large-Scale Integration Testing Postdeployment Monitoring Tools for E-Business Testing Making E-Business Testing Happen The Context of E-Business Testing E-Business Test Organization, Planning, and Specification E-Business Test Execution Appendix. Essential Web Technologies for Testers Appendix. Web Testing Using Home-Brew Tools List of Acronyms and Abbreviations Glossary About the Authors Index
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