Risk in the domain of Software Testing is elucidated as a potential happening in the software, because of the existence of bug in it. And the execution of testing for these unprecedented occurrences is known as Risk-Based Testing.
Risk-Based Testing generally provides assistance in designating the testing of the features and functions of software depending on the potential risk of mishaps. Risk-Based Testing performs testing on the functionality that showcases the highest likelihood of adversity, because it isn’t easy to carry out full fledged testing on complete functionality of the software due to scarcity of time. TestOrigen envelops all the areas, and executes effectual testing with determined set of experts.
Risk-Based Testing follows few stages in order to execute testing which are, first stage i.e. recognizing and explaining the probabilities of risks occurring for all the functional units of the applications that are under testing. Second stage involves, determining the tests according to the degree of the risk involved. Third stage initiates the framing of the tests according to the requirement that was determined. And last stage i.e. the fourth stage involves execution of tests in regards to the framework that was established.
All in all, the prime ambition of risk-based testing is to execute testing by keeping in mind the best techniques involved in risk administration, which in return helps the organization in manufacturing products that are rightly adjusted in regards with the standard.