What you’ll learn: H.P. Application Life Cycle Management (HP ALM)
Usage of Requirements Module
Use of Test Plan Module
Use of Test Lab Module
Usage of Defects Module
Uploading Test cases through M.S. Excel
Usage of Reports
HP ALM is a set of software tools developed and marketed by Micro Focus (previously Hewlett-Packard and Hewlett Packard Enterprise) for application development and testing. It includes tools for requirements management, test planning and functional testing, performance testing (when used with Performance Center), developer management (through integration with developer environments such as Collabnet, TeamForge, and Microsoft Visual Studio), and defect management.
A.L.M. is designed to support critical stakeholders responsible for delivering applications as they progress through their lifecycle. It is a combination of a common platform, several critical applications, and a dashboard targeted at managing the core lifecycle of applications, from design through readiness for delivery to operations.
All of these core lifecycle activities are connected from a workflow perspective with a standard management console, layer of project tracking and planning and built on a common software foundation containing a consistent repository and open integration architecture with a supported SDK
Below are the topics covered
- Lecture – 1 Introduction on HP Application Life Cycle Management (HP ALM) 12.5 version
- Lecture – 2 Requirements Module
- Lecture – 3 Test Plan Module
- Lecture – 4 Test Module
- Lecture – 5 Defects Module
- Lecture – 6 Uploading Test cases using M.S. Excel
- Lecture – 7 Using Reports in HP ALM
- It is more of a tutorial and is for practice and understanding your level of knowledge only.
- It is not necessary that this tutorial may or may not be helpful for examinations and interview questions.
- Unfortunately, there is no access to HP ALM at this time because it is an expensive tool.
- Beginner to Test Management Tool
- Hewlett Packard Application Life Cycle Management (HP ALM) 12.5
- All audience
Manu was born in the year 1986. He completed his diploma in Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering (D.E.I.E.) in the year 2005 at Krishnadeveraya Government Polytechnic. He did his Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech) in Electronics and Communication Engineering in the year 2008.
He completed Masters in Electrical Engineering in the year 2009 at the University of Bridgeport, Bridgeport, CT U.S. He worked for five years in Information Technology (I.T.) as a Systems Analyst in the United States and has one approved patent from the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) and two filed patents. He published many articles, including research, policies, reviews, mini-reviews, editorial, short communication, and letter to the editor in various journals.
He is an IEEE Member (Member No: 80399531), member of Golden Key International Honour Society (Member No: 16342916), Member of Epsilon Pi Tau (Member No: 148800), Member of Sigma Alpha Lambda (Member Id: 206804).
His areas of interest include but are not limited to Electrical Engineering, Nanotechnology, Nanomedicine, Robotics, Quantum Physics, Physics, Electromagnetics.