How traceability, from requirements to tests, hits compliance and quality software development

In software lifecycle, traceability refers often to "requirements traceability". But that’s not all. Being able to trace every items along the development process is a significant factor in assuring quality software development and maintenance. In a recent talk we gave at TuleapCon 2019, we sum up of what is software traceability, how Tuleap enables to reach it and we've played the demo of a code auditing. Watch this talk (in French) and continue reading below to learn more.

Tuleap Test Management: the big picture of manual and automated tests together

We've made a huge enhancement on the Tuleap Test Management module. Up to now, Tuleap Test Management supported manual testing only. But from now, it provides even better visibility to handle and control your quality assurance process. With one single module, you can control manual and automated test results at the same place.

NEW Tuleap Test Management: Test campaigns made easy

Test campaigns are about to get a whole lot easier. With Tuleap’s new integrated test management tool, your QA, dev, and business teams can:

  • Build ready-to-go-live releases
  • Run un-automatable scenarios
  • And, cut testing time by 2

Sound good? If it does, we have some excellent news! The Tuleap Test Management (TTM) plugin covers an additional step of the Application Lifecycle Management process. Now your teams can manage manual and automated testing right from Tuleap.

Video Demo-Work items tracking in Tuleap

One of the most powerful capability of Tuleap is to provide work item tracking overall the software development lifecycle. You get full traceability and proof of compliance. This video shows you how you can link requirements back to tasks, to source code, to jobs and to any items of your project, etc. 

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