The shift toward accelerated software development schedules requires software development teams to reassess the end-to-end software quality process and identify a set of metrics that give managers the confidence that a release candidate is ready to go. 

The ability to collect coverage from tests executed on a running application, as well as the ability to merge and correlate the data with metrics and code analysis collected from additional quality activities, is a critical component for toward understanding the risks associated with the application, as well as realizing a number of development process optimizations. 

In this paper, we describe the challenges development teams face and how application coverage is the driving force for helping teams meet their release objectives, including:

  • How to collect application coverage and its role in mitigating the risk associated with accelerated delivery
  • How merging and correlating code coverage from a variety of testing techniques delivers insight that enables iterative and lean development methodologies 
  • How application coverage can help safety-critical organizations achieve traceability necessary to meet compliance objectives 

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