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Wednesday, May 18 • 8:00am - 9:15am
41AH iOS and Power System Upgrade Testing

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Using a real world example of a 2 person IT department upgrading to a new IBM i, we will go over all the testing tasks involved. From strategic test management and planning to risk manament and resource allocation. How to identify testing points, determine risk for coverage, and implement responsible quality assurance.

Learning Objectives:




  • Understanding testing strategies, tactics, and design



  • Determine risks to system quality



  • Aligning testing with risk exposure



  • When to use Risk Based Testeing, Static testing, Behavioral testing, or Structural testing for best results




This is session 600294

Speakers
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Yvonne Enselman

Director of Professional Services, iTech Solutions
Yvonne Enselman is the Director of Professional Services for iTech Solutions where she manages the technical team and coordinates customer work. Her background is in Quality Assurance and she is certified at the advanced level. She enjoys all aspects of software testing and implementing... Read More →


Wednesday May 18, 2016 8:00am - 9:15am
Grand Salon 3&6 | First Floor
  • Focused Education Roadmap Upgrade IBM i
  • Session Content Level All
  • Operating System AIX, IBMi, Linux
  • Audience: Small IT department personal who want to deliver solid testing for upgrades. Any system administrator who is concerned about the testing their system is subjected to. Consultants who are in the upgrade/hardware/admin sphere and want to enhance their testing offering. QA professionals who want understand what the technical team is testing and evaluating before hand off.

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