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The smart way of designing test environments: Article about software quality assurance at a near-production level by Dr Christian Brandes




What is needed for conceiving an appropriate test environment? There is no enshrined set of standards yet. In addition to that, the definition of a term like near environment is often imprecise. Hence it is high time for a systematic approach in describing and comparing test environments.
Dr Christian Brandes, trainer and principal consultant at imbus, does so in his new technical article named “Designing Near-Production Test Environments”. He examines already existing standards for environments in IT and defines “near-production” as a central term. After that, the journey from the test objective via required near-production to the test environment is displayed. The readers learn how to identify multi-purpose environments and their characteristics.
By using Dr Christian Brandes’ approach, newly emerging requests for environments can be catered to a reliable manner. All stakeholders get a common understanding and vocabulary making the communication a lot easier. Diverging ideas about test environments can be documented in a collaborative and comprehensible way.
The entire article can be downloaded free of charge at the homepage of imbus.





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