FITTEST and FastFix joint paper now available in FedCSIS Proceedings at http://fedcsis.eucip.pl/proceedings/pliks/92.pdf

"Testing and Remote Maintenance of Real Future Internet Scenarios. Towards FITTEST and FastFix Advanced Software Engineering" paper is now available in FedCSIS Proceedings at http://fedcsis.eucip.pl/proceedings/pliks/92.pdf

 

 

Testing and Remote Maintenance of Real Future Internet Scenarios   

Towards FITTEST and FastFix Advanced Software Engineering  

Alessandra Bagnato  

Corporate Research Divisions, TXT e-solutions

alessandra.bagnato@txt.it

Anna I Esparcia-Alcázar

S2 Grupo, 46022 Valencia

aesparcia@s2grupo.es

Tanja E.J. Vos

Centro de Métodos de Producción de Software (ProS)

Universitat Politècnica de València

tvos@pros.upv.es

Beatriz Marín

Centro de Métodos de Producción de Software (ProS)

Universitat Politècnica de València

bmarin@pros.upv.es

José Oliver Murillo

Infoport Valencia

joliver@infoportvalencia.es

Salvador I. Folgado

BULL Spain

salvador.folgado@bull.es

 

Auxiliadora Carlos Alberola

INDRA

acarlosa@indra.es

 

Abstract — In recent years, software testing and maintenance services are key factors of customers’ perception of software quality. Nowadays, customers are more demanding about these services, while contribution of maintenance and testing services to products total cost of ownership should be reduced. Reducing these costs is even more crucial for SME’s. To do this, new methods and techniques that will be aligned with the needs of companies are required. This paper presents the preliminary results of an interactive workshop celebrated by researchers and three companies. In the workshop, researchers present the advanced software engineering methods proposed by FastFix[1] and FITTEST[2] European projects. After that, discussions about their potential use in three application scenarios at Infoport Valencia, BULL Spain, and INDRA were performed and some lessons were learned.

 

Keywords-testing; maintenance;  practical experience.

[1]FastFix (Monitoring Control for Remote Software Maintenance)  (FP7-25810) is an FP7 project.

[2]FITTEST (Future Internet Testing) (FP7-257574) is an FP7 project.

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