We provide you this opportunity because COTS testing will mean different things to different people. The types of COTS testing you might have to do is quite diversified.
Consider these limited examples. COTS testing could involve:
- Doing testing of a COTS package against user requirements.
- Conducting complex integration and interoperability testing.
- Testing a customized ERP application.
- Doing security testing of a COTS package at your work site.
This two-day course will provide you with a framework to help make sense out of the ever-changing world of COTS testing.
- The prevalence of COTS systems in the IT world and its growing presence.
- Similarities and differences between testing “in-house” applications versus testing COTS packages.
- What the standards organizations such as SEI, NIST, and ISO have to say to about testing COTS packages and how you can use their information to your advantage.
- How to do Internet research on the COTS systems you are testing.
- How to do requirements analysis that applies to COTS testing.
- The basics of security and virus testing for COTS systems.
- What integration testing means in the world of COTS systems.
- The challenges of embedded software testing in a COTS system.
- The role of Configuration Management in testing COTS systems.
Who Should Attend
This is an advanced course for an individual who has had testing experience and is interested learning more about COTS testing. It is advantageous if the attendee has at least three or more years of experience in software testing, although this may not be necessary.
- Software Testers
- Project Managers
- Developers, and Users
Schedule & Registration
*All listed Canada public training course prices in CAD + applicable taxes. All listed USA public training course prices in USD. Registration prices include course materials, lunch & breaks each day, and a certificate of completion. Hotel and travel arrangements are the responsibility of the attendee.
- Courses are private and personalized. Maximize the effectiveness of the course by tailoring the training to the specific needs and interests of your team. This ensures that the course remains relevant to your team and your unique project needs.
- Per person costs are significantly lower. Save an average of 40% – 60% on per person costs as compared to equivalent public course attendance by eliminating attendee travel costs and associated venue fees.