Test Design Management within ARD Hub

Presented by

Joshua Taylor, ARD Product Manager

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From capturing clear requirements used in model-based testing to auto-generating test designs that’s optimized for maximum test coverage, development teams do so with Agile Requirements Designer (ARD) today. Key to creating valuable test assets is in facilitating end-end collaboration, starting with a file storage mechanism that’s purpose built to help developers create and manage multiple projects across dedicated workspaces. Distributed teams rely on ARD Hub, a central repository found within ARD to maintain, share and reuse different versions of a project from one sprint to the next, across the business. Join ARD Product Manager Joshua Taylor as he discusses the finer points in the organization and performance of a central repository that’s used in test design automation, as seen through the lens of customers using ARD Hub today. You'll learn: •Simple elegance of the ARD Hub Architecture •ARD Insights to be leveraged in test plans •Managing Projects, Versions & Sub-flows through ARD Hub •Migrating a Flow into the ARD Hub to be shared and reused •Future Release Plans for ARD Hub

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