HP Application Lifecycle Management 12.x Software

HP Application Lifecycle Management 12.x Software

About The Course The HP ALM software is an application management solution to help organizations define, build, test, and deliver applications fast and with confidence across the entire Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC). HP ALM is a unified platform to help teams manage the creation and re-use of assets, and quickly understand the impact of change relating to requirements, testing, defects and development. The Certification preparation course offered by PeopleNTech will prepare students for the ALM v12.x Certification Exam. Possessing this Certification will validate your general knowledge of topics such as HP ALM integrations and extensions, HP Sprinter, ALM Dashboard, Reports and Data Management, Business Views and Business Process Models. This valuable certification will help complement your experience and projects as described on your resume and will help add credibility to your QA skill set. Possessing this Certification will brand the individual as a Subject-Matter-Expert (SME) in the realm of Manual Testing with ALM and will increase job marketability. Learning Outcomes: Participants will have the ability to manage quality information throughout the development cycle, from requirements to design to execution tests, through monitoring defects Participants will be able to describe the differences between ALM Clients Participants will be able to organize subjects and tests in a test plan tree Participants will be able to generate reports and graphs using the Dashboard Identify how to use HP Sprinter on manual tests Identify how to use create and compare baselines   The course is for 4 days and spans 20 Hours. Various instructional methods will be used based on the type of learning outcomes. The training method would be completely interactive and participative. Students will receive course materials which will be discussed during class. Who Should Attend: Participants who have some experience in the Software Testing and Development field Participants who have attended training in Software Development Lifecycle and ALM  Participants should have an understanding of Software Development Lifecycle and Development methodologies. And understanding of Quality Assurance practices is also recommended.   Course Delivery: The course will be delivered using formal lectures combined with interactive case studies and exercises. There will be a great emphasis on gaining practical experiences 

    

Day One

  • ALM Concepts, architecture, and components
    • Identify and describe terms and concepts.
    • Identify ALM components and describe their purpose
    • Identify learning aids available in ALM.
    • Describe the basic security model to access ALM.
    • Describe the licensing model for QC/ALM.
    • Describe the ALM client side.
    • Identify supported environments
    • Install, Start and Administer the ALM server
  • ALM Modules: Management
    • Demonstrate familiarity with the Management module user interface and its elements
    • Define Release Management terms, entities and relations
    • Identify and describe how to use Release and Cycles in ALM
    • Define Project Planning and Tracking (PPT) terms, entities and relations
    • Identify and describe how to work with PPT in ALM
    • Articulate concepts and purposes for Libraries and Baselines
    • Identify and describe how to work with Libraries and Baselines in ALM
  • Exam Questions

Day Two

  • ALM Modules: Requirements
    • Demonstrate familiarity with the Requirements module user interface and its elements
    • Define Requirements terms, entities and relations
    • Identify and describe how to use Requirements in ALM
    • Identify and describe how to specify requirements, how to trace requirements
    • Illustrate and describe how to configure the Traceability Matrix
    • Articulate the concept of Risk-Based Quality Management (RBQM) and describe how to configure and implement RBQM in ALM
    • Describe how to work with Business Process Models
  • ALM Modules: Testing
    • Demonstrate familiarity with the Testing module user interface and its elements
    • Explain the ALM Test Plan Tree use and creation
    • Describe how to design and write Test Steps in ALM
    • Describe how to define and use Parameters and Test Configurations for a test
    • Describe Test Execution terms and concepts
    • Describe how to create and execute Test Sets in ALM
    • Describe how to run tests in ALM
    • Identify and contrast alternatives to run manual tests in ALM
    • Demonstrate knowledge of HP Sprinter key concepts and operations
  • Exam Questions

Day Three

  • ALM Modules: Defects
    • Illustrate defect tracking terms, concepts and best practices
    • Demonstrate familiarity with the Defects module user interface and its elements
    • Describe how to work with Defects in ALM
    • Describe and explain Defects linkage
  • Dashboard, Reporting, and Data Management
    • Demonstrate familiarity with the Dashboard module user interface and its elements
    • Describe how to analyze data in HP ALM
    • Identify and describe how ALM stores data
    • Describe how to work with Graphs and Dashboard pages
    • Describe how to work with Project Planning and Tracking (PPT) Graphs and Reports
    • Describe how to work with Projects Reports
    • Describe how to work with Excel Business View Reports
    • Describe how to work with Live Analysis Graphs
  • ALM Integrations and Extensions
    • Describe how to work with the ALM Synchronizer
    • Identify and describe ALMs integrations with supported 3rdparty tools
    • Identify and describe use cases for ALI
    • Explain how to work with Application Lifecycle Intelligence in conjunction with ALM and describe the ALI workflow
  • Exam Questions

Day Four

  • Site and Project Customizations
    • Demonstrate familiarity with the HP ALM Administration user interface
    • Identify use cases for permission customization
    • Describe customization options for system-wide entities
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