Covering NFT (Non-Functional Testing) with Test Automation execution

Most of the time, Non-Functional reports are generated from different teams at the last moment of the release and so are chances of last-minute delays occur. So, how about keeping a track on NFT reports during the test automation execution.


Outline/Structure of the Demonstration

Covering Non-Functional tests during the Automation test execution including different types of testing like Omniture, Accessibility, Security testing.

The basic structure looks like

  1. Introduction
  2. Non-Functional items coverage in Automation execution
  3. Short Demo covering each of the items including Omniture/Security/Accessibility report

Learning Outcome

Learn the capacity of NFT results from Test Automation Execution.

Target Audience

Test Automation Engineers at all levels incluiding Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced level of expertise.

schedule Submitted 3 years ago

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