E2E testing and team

Scope of this article:
1. Definition
2. Essential team required 🙂

consists of system testing, functional testing, and user acceptance Testing.
In this testing all the user stories need to be completely validated and verified,
we also need to test and validate various design documents (5% of total work) are correctly implemented as part of the end product.

Another checkpoint is to verify it is architecturally confirmed.
As part of this testing you also need to verify whether application meets functional, non-functional requirements.

Essential Team
Project/Test manager:

-Is responsible for people management, support group interaction, reporting and delegation of process and task One person per size of 30 team

-People Management is the key , and also looks after overall test strategy, test quality .
-This person will not handle technical issues/defects/ day to day issues

Test lead
-Is responsible for technical issues
-Bug classification
-Once person per size of 5
-People management is not in scope

Functional tester
-Is responsible for black box ,white box testing
-5 People per 1 component
-This person can given other assignments

Application SPOC / Test Architect
-Is responsible for analyzing the “user stories”, coming up with test cases and strategy
– One person per component

Quality Lead /Analyst
-Is responsible for “Quality”
-Dedicated team member
-Once person per size of 5

Onsite co-coordinator
-Technical 2 (for component)
-Non technical Functional tester
-BDM, project Manager)

Automation Lead
-Responsible for “converting manual, repetitive, regression tests
-Should convert 10% total test cases
-The results “out of this person” will be after 6months from start of the project
-This person should have handled more than team size 10 team
Or “5% of total team size”
-Designer who can understand and support user stories

Other Jobs:

Environmental specialist
System configuration
Web site/site co-ordination
Tools support

I wrote this based on a query from my friend @Hyderabad [On 2nd Oct 2008]


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