Software quality: Testing times or time for more testing?

Today, software quality is often the standard of comparison for enterprises. And if your business leaders aren’t already concerned with their level of software quality, it’s time they should be.

 

In this week’s episode of Discover Performance Weekly, HP software evangelist and VP of Strategic marketing, Paul Muller gets to the heart of software testing best practices with Founder of Voke Research, Theresa Lanowitz and Senior Product Marketing Manager for HP Software, Todd DeCapua.

 

Some of the topics that Paul, Theresa and Todd cover include:

  • Why is software quality suddenly so important? (0:47)
  • How do business executives need to view software quality? (2:35)
  • How do the business and IT talk about software quality? (4:00)
  • Quality is everyone’s job (5:20)
  • How to reduce time and cost to ensure quality (7:05)  
  • How do you define virtualization?  (8:00)
  • What is the triangle of quality and how can lifecycle virtualization help? (9:05)
  • What is extreme automation? (10:15)
  • 2 steps to better software quality (11:55)
  • Why is tool adoption low? (12:10)

In addition, our guests offer some tips to better equip you and your business to tackle software quality: 

 

For more episodes of Discover Performance Weekly, visit http://www.hp.com/go/DPW.

 

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