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    Dilruba Malik

    IoT Security


    Dilruba is a Software QA Manager, at Palo Alto Networks. She is an accomplished, highly organized Engineering Manager with over 15 years’ experience in hands-on end-to-end software testing, leading, and managing engineering teams. She has worked for world-class software companies including Microsoft, Cisco, Hitachi Vantara, and Palo Alto Networks. Her strong interpersonal skills enable her to influence others by establishing rapport and communicating clearly and concisely with engineers, top management as well as internal and external stakeholders.She has graduated from the Georgia Institute of Technology with an Electrical Engineering degree. She also completed her Masters from Santa Clara University with Engineering Management and Leadership.

    Understand the overall testing strategy for QA engineering. What questions to raise in order to create the right testing strategy. Presentation Description. Understand the product technical architecture before you start the test strategy. Understand why as a team we want to develop this project? This will help to understand and prioritize things. List all the features need to test. Mention the out of scope features upfront. Think about what types of testing need to conduct? i.e. Functional testing, UI testing, Integration testing, Load/Stress testing, Security testing, etc. Answer questions like how functional testing is going to perform? Manual or automation testing? Execute all test cases from your test management tool. Which bug tracking tool you are going to use? What will be the process when you will find a new bug? What is the test entry and exit criteria? How testing progress will be tracked? What metrics are going to use for tracking test completion? Define the roles and responsibilities of each team member. What are the risks in Test completion?


    IoT Testing Strategy
    Start Date
    Wednesday, 18 Nov. 2020, 12:45 PM | EST
    45 Minutes
    Session Type
    Tech Talk
    Internet of Things, Security