More and more projects involve more integration of custom developed or commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) components, rather than in-house development or enhancement of software. In effect, these two approaches constitute direct or indirect outsourcing of some or all of the development work for a system, respectively. While some project managers see such outsourcing of development as reducing the overall risk, each integrated component can bring with it significantly increased risks to system quality. Read this software testing article to learn about the factors that lead to these risks ,and strategies you can use to manage them.
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Categories: Management, Risk Based, Quality Risk Analysis