VectorCAST: How to Test for Certification
For system indented for use in safety-critical applications, certification requirements are an important part of the software development process. Many projects use a waterfall approach where all of the unit, integration, and system tests are done in distinct project phase.
A more modern development approach is called Agile where the software process takes on a more incremental approach. No matter which software development approach you take, it is important to keep in mind the regulatory requirements for certification regarding software and the tools used for the development and testing of software.
Certification requirements dictate the level of software testing, as well as the metrics, uses to qualify the quality of the testing. For software tools, evidence is needed to show how the tool was developed and, in some cases, prove that the tool works correctly in your configuration.
Join us for this complimentary webinar where we will demonstrate how you can use the VectorCAST test automation platform to meet the testing requirements for certification.
You will learn more about:
- Testing Levels for Software
- Coverage Requirements
- Tool Qualification
- VectorCAST TÜV SÜD Certification
- Automating testing for high-quality software and improved test efficiency