Best Practices for Post Data Center Migration Testing
Date : Tuesday, December 11, 2012,
Time : 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM EDT
With core business services reliant on applications, not having a robust testing strategy can expose the business to a significant degree of risk. Equally challenging after the data center migration itself, is the necessary task of planning and estimating for testing. One of the best practices of a data center migration is to create a reusable framework of test types to ensure that nothing is forgotten or overlooked.
Data center migration is primarily considered an infrastructure team's responsibility with their primary focus on the servers and infrastructure. Very little thought is given to the availability of IT-enabled services—particularly the validation of those IT-enabled services remaining available post-migration. Learn how these migration best practices offer test coverage to the areas that are critical to business operations.
Attend this web seminar and discover:
- Test strategy for application testing in a data center migration scenario
- Which test types should be on your checklist
- How to create an estimation model
- In-depth details of migration, through a successful real-life study
Presenter: Deepika Mamnani
Head of QATS Solution Group (QSG), Hexaware Technologies
Deepika is the head of the solutions team, namely the QATS Solution Group (QSG) at Hexaware Technologies Inc. Her core competency is in conducting test assessments for testing processes across software development lifecycles such as Scrum, XP, V, etc. She also defines transition models and governance structures for testing organizations. In this capacity, she has played advisory roles for several organizations creating testing centers of excellences, both in-house and outsourced. She is CSTE and CSQA certified and is a certified ScrumMaster.