The Test Management process involves planning and monitoring the software test effort. In the planning stage we definine the activities on which the effort needs to be spent economically to discover as many defects as soon as possible. Monitoring involves measuring the progress of the activities and effectiveness of the effort spent.
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HP offers integrated software, services, and best practices to help companies make the move to the CoE [Center of Excellence] model quickly, efficiently, and cost-effectively. HP Competency Centers can help design, implement, and manage application quality, security, performance, and SOA Centers of Excellence. HP Competency Centers enable IT functional teams to work in a centralized, automated fashion - saving time, cutting costs, and increasing the effectiveness of critical IT activities.
The CoE model creates an ecosystem of interdependent contributors which can also be a critical asset for distributed organizations, providing centralized processes, infrastructure, and reporting. Expertise, tools, and best practices, which are relevant to application quality, performance, security, and availability, in addition to architecture and governance processes, are spread throughout the company. Eventually, as CoE evolves, additional expertise with specific tools and technologies are all available through partners, suppliers, vendors, and even customer organizations.
By moving step by step, from “Initialization” to a “Center of Excellence” in which the CoE becomes a routine part of application and services development, deployment, and operation. This has the added effect of focusing on operational excellence. Under the Center of Excellence model, no application or service makes it to production without going through consistent quality, performance, security or governance processes, and meeting agreed quality and compliance standards.
Once established, Centers of Excellence can even compete against third-party outsources since they have the expertise and track record that is unmatched by outside vendors.