There are three main points to address when it comes to building a risk-based test strategy:
- Key functions of the system
- Probability of failure
- Impact of failure
What happens when we can qualify these stipulations and ascertain the values, likelihood or degrees assigned to each criterion?
We can structure a testing plan to execute that prioritises certain processes and scenarios over others. Simply put, we rank and execute certain tests in lieu of other tests. We focus on the pain points of our clients’ business and work to deliver solid testing and feedback around these important processes.
It makes sense, right
Focus our testing efforts on the parts of the system that will trouble our client the most in terms of loss of reputation, expenditure and confidence from end users.
It’s easier when you know how.