|Review of QA Presentation|
Anton gave an overview of the presentation he gave to the PC on QA for FOLIO. Focusing on a large battery of low-level unit tests will catch the most defects early on before code gets released to users. The full presentation is https://drive.google.com/file/d/1hyE6aZU9tP3XTi8KIMNbmGYdFR4byCow/view?usp=sharing
Q: How do bugs get reported? A: It needs to be logged as an escaped defect in JIRA. We'll probably have a 'triage' project where bugs get reported from all customers, and then someone on the project will determine where it should live and transfer/assign it as needed.
|Topics for upcoming meetings|
What will be useful topics over the next 3 weeks?
|Review current issues in JIRA|
Touching on SSO, LDAP, SAML
Migration tools: UXPROD-850. Active work is only happening on bibliographic and holdings data. Will the same tool work both for initial loading of data and for ongoing loading of orders, EDI, etc.? Focus will be driven by early adopter institutions.
Batch importer: UXPROD-47. Mostly worked on by MM-SIG. There is a dev team lining up to work on this.
There is active work starting on the Workflow engine
Reporting: there is a team at EBSCO working on the tap for the data lake/warehouse, looking at 2 different proofs of concept based on rabbitMQ and Kafka respectively. Writing scripts to generate high test loads to exercise performance characteristics.