Quality Web Systems: Performance, Security, and Usability

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Addison-Wesley, 2002 - Computers - 318 pages

Enterprise Web developers are trapped between a rock and a hard place: they're under tremendous pressure to get to market fast -- but if they deploy systems of poor quality, they will drive away customers -- losing revenue and market share for years to come. Quality Web Systems gives software professionals start-to-finish resources for enhancing quality and accelerating development at the same time. Quality Web Systems identifies the key obstacles to delivering Web systems that deliver promised levels of performance, security, and usability -- and proven solutions. Coverage includes: identifying key success criteria for Web development; specifying Web system functionality through RSI (Requirement-Service-Interface) use cases; creating test cases; checking browser and platform compatibility; identifying and testing for security vulnerabilities; planning and evaluating ease-of-use; and meeting specified performance and scalability requirements.

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Contents

Security
60
Performance and Scalability
115
Compatibility
159
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Elfriede Dustin is the lead author of Automated Software Testing (Addison-Wesley, 1999), and Quality Web Systems (Addison-Wesley, 2002). An acknowledged expert in software engineering and testing practices, she has assisted numerous companies in the definition and implementation of QA and testing processes. For more information, please see her Web site at www.effectivesoftwaretesting.com.

Jeff Rashka is coauthor of Automated Software Testing. He has significant industry experience as a test/quality assurance manager, software development program manager, and software division director. In addition, he has served as a SEI CMM /ISO 9000 Process Improvement Director.

Douglas McDiarmid is a consultant specializing in the architecture and development of distributed web systems from use case modeling through definition and verification of system requirements. His experience in Internet-based enterprise systems includes sales force automation, medical bill auditing, and financial management.

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