Distributed Continuous Quality Assurance

Quality assurance (QA) tasks, which include testing, profiling, and overall performance evaluation, have in the past been accomplished in-house on developer-generated workloads and regression suites. The weak points of in-house QA efforts are well-known and serious, like (1) greater QA cost and two misleading outcomes when the test cases, input workloads, and software platforms at the developer’s site are different from those in the field. For that reason, tools and processes have been created to enhance software program quality by enhancing user participation in the QA process….

A constraint of these approaches is that they place emphasis on isolated mechanisms, not on the coordination and control policies and tools required to create the global QA process useful, effective, and scalable. To deal with these concerns, we’ve initiated the Skoll project, which is creating and validating novel software QA processes and tools which leverage the extensive computing resources of worldwide user communities in a distributed, conti…

Quality assurance (QA) is the term for the engineering activities applied in a quality system so that requirements for a service or product are going to be accomplished. This is basically the systematic measurement, comparison with a standard, monitoring of processes and a linked feedback loop that confers error prevention…..

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