The business is demanding more software, faster. Given this, DevTest organization have responded with initiatives like Agile, DevOps and Lean—forcing us to re-think software testing as well as the metrics that drive release processes.

So, how can you achieve “quality @ speed?”

This webinar explores methods and metrics to more rapidly assess the risk of a software release candidate, including the value of Merged, Correlated Coverage and how to implement and leverage this metric as a critical step toward assessing risk and prioritizing testing activities.

In this webinar you’ll learn how to:

  • Test smarter and deeper in compressed development cycles. 
  • Streamline and accelerate testing activities to enable lean and iterative development methodologies, such as Scrum and Agile. 
  • Measure coverage as the code is exercised during functional and manual testing, which provides insight about how well the application is tested. 
  • Merge coverage data from multiple testing techniques, such as automated functional testing, manual testing, and unit testing, in order to expose the gaps and overlaps in coverage and understand the risk lurking in the code. 
  • Leverage traceability enabled by application coverage to understand the impact of change 

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Parasoft provides innovative tools that automate time-consuming testing tasks and provide management with intelligent analytics necessary to focus on what matters. Parasoft’s technologies reduce the time, effort, and cost of delivering secure, reliable, and compliant software, by integrating static and runtime analysis; unit, functional, and API testing; and service virtualization. Parasoft supports software organizations as they develop and deploy applications in the embedded, enterprise, and IoT markets. With developer testing tools, manager reporting/analytics, and executive dashboarding, Parasoft enables organizations to succeed in today’s most strategic development initiatives — agile, continuous testing, DevOps, and security.