Print VersionApplication Lifecycle Management Essentials 12.0

OVERVIEW

This course provides the tools you need to implement and use Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) 12.0. Students learn how to manage quality information throughout the development cycle, from constructing requirements, designing and executing tests, through monitoring defects.  The hands-on labs for this course use version 12.0 of the ALM software.

 

Duration
Five days

Intended Audience

This course is recommended for: 

– Quality assurance engineers

– Quality testers

– Project manager

– Quality Center/ALM Administrators

– Quality Assurance Leads

– Other Quality Center/ALM users responsible for managing projects, users and workflow customizations

 

Prerequisites

·  Working knowledge of: Windows, Websites and Browsers and Testing concepts.

Course Objectives
After completing this course, you should be able to:

– Define Application Lifecycle Management (ALM)

– Understand the difference between ALM clients
– Create releases and cycles and construct requirements 
– Analyze risks associated with requirements 
– Organize subjects and tests in a test plan tree 
– Design and create test plans 
– Generate test scripts from design steps 
– Create test sets 
– Execute manual and automated tests 
– Use HP Sprinter on manual tests 
– Record and track test execution results 
– Log and manage defects 
– Use version control to keep track of changes 
– Create and manage libraries 
– Create and compare baselines 
– Import and export from Microsoft Excel 
– Generate reports and graphs using the dashboard 
– Work with cross-project customization and Business 
– Process Modeling (BPM)