Designing for Testability: Differentiator in a Competitive Market
In today’s cost conscious marketplace, solution providers gain advantage over competitors when they deliver measurable benefits to customers and partners. Systems of even small scope often involve distributed hardware/software elements with varying execution parameters. Testing organizations often deal with a complex set of testing scenarios, increased risk for regression defects, and competing demands on limited system resources for a continuous comprehensive test program. Learn how designing a testable system architecture addresses these challenges. David Campbell offers practical guidance on the process to make testability a key discriminator from the earliest phases of product definition and design. Learn approaches that consistently deliver for high achieving organizations, and how these approaches impact schedule and architecture performance. Gain insight on how to select and customize techniques that are appropriate for your organization’s size, culture, and market.