TThis course focuses on the basics of Application Lifecycle Management which will help you to manage complete lifecycle of application development and testing stage. In the beginning the course will starts working on Administrative part of Application Lifecycle Management which allows user to create and manage projects and users along with user rights. After admin part user will go through application lifecycle from Release for defining time duration of complete lifecycle, Requirement to define application functionality, Test Plan will be helpful to plan the testing process and condition, Test Lab will allow users to execute test plan on application, Defect module for creating and managing defects and Dashboard view which will be responsible to generate reports and graphs for better analysis of application.


  • Define Application Lifecycle Management (ALM)
  • Understand the difference between ALM interfaces
  • Create releases,cycles and construct requirements
  • Analyze risks associated with requirements
  • Organize tests & subjects in a test plan tree
  • Design and create test plans
  • Generate test scripts from design steps
  • Create test sets, Execute manual & automated tests
  • Record & track test execution results
  • Log and manage defects
  • Generate graphs & reports using the dashboard

Software Testing Training in 9 different locations in India – Gurgaon, Chennai,Andra Pradesh,Karnataka,Kerala,Kolakata,Coimbatore

Course Outline

  1. Introduction to Application Lifecycle Management
    • Describe HP's Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) product
    • Describe the ALM hierarchy and roadmap
    • Navigate through the ALM modules
    • Describe the key features and benefits of ALM
    • Identify what's new in ALM version 11.5x
    • Identify additional helpful resources
    • ALM Core Portfolio
  2. Working with Releases
    • Identify the relationship between a line of business (LOB), applications, releases, and cycles
    • Create a release tree
    • Recognize the significance of assigning requirements to releases and cycles
    • Recognize the significance of assigning tests to releases and cycles
    • Adding Attachments
  3. Working with Requirements and Analyzing Risk
    • Specify requirements
    • Identify the characteristics of a useful requirement
    • Add requirements to a project
    • Create a requirements tree
    • Assign requirements to releases and cycles
    • Add traceability links using traceability
    • Add traceability links between requirements
    • Perform risk analysis for requirements
  4. Test Planning
    • Organize subjects and tests in a Test Plan tree
    • Create tests that define the steps for testing an application
    • Use parameters in tests
    • Generate test scripts from design steps
    • Define test configurations
    • Generate a live analysis graph from a Test Plan tree
  5. Test Execution
    • Create and organize folders in a Test Sets tree
    • View all test runs for a project
    • Create test sets
    • Add tests and test configurations into test sets
    • Link test set folders to releases and cycles
    • Manage test execution flow
    • Execute manual and automated tests
    • Record and review the results of test executions
  6. Defect Tracking
    • Log defects
    • Find similar defects
    • Defect Status
    • Search and review defects
    • Track defects throughout their lifecycle
    • Associates defect with entities
  7. Reporting and Analysis
    • Describe reporting and analysis in ALM
    • Identify the features of the dashboard
    • Create dashboard folders and pages
    • Configure the dashboard
    • View a dashboard page
    • Generate reports and graphs
    • Analyze reports and graphs
    • Create and view project reports
    • Generate formatted project documentation and Excel reports