Our Perspective on Software Reliability
We have detailed our perspective on Software Reliability in this section. Software Quality in the last section below.
What is the Definition of Software Reliability?
“Software Reliability is the probability of failure-free Software operation for a specified period of time in a specified environment.”
– ANSI/IEEE 1991
Software Reliability vs. Hardware Reliability
Software Reliability assessment, cumulative defect arrival and relative error
Software Reliability assessment; Defect arrival rate and Mean Time to a Defect (MTTD)
Software Reliability Assessment; Actual vs. Goals and What If Analysis
Software Quality Solution
We provide a complete software quality framework, that can be implemented in any defect management enterprise solution including JIRA. We have successfully trained over a 1000 Software and QA professionals across fortune 500 companies.
Our Quality framework is based on Orthogonal Defect Classification (ODC). ODC allows our framework to have in-process feedback (active feedback) through development and testing phases. We provide a complete solution, that includes training, and implementation.
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