EVAL-10 Best Practices for Software Evaluation and Compatibility Check with RayEval

The first step in packaging is the evaluation of key resources, which is the result of evaluation and technical analysis. This includes checking that all required documentation is complete, that all source, configuration, and test files are in the correct format, and that the source media provided matches the documentation provided.

During the course, participants learn the basics of evaluation as well as working and documentation techniques for efficient evaluation.

Building on the knowledge gained, the evaluation theories are put into practice using RayEval, so that the participants are then able to create customer-specific and highly professional documentation of high quality.

 

EVAL-10 Best Practices for SOftware Evaluation and Compatibility Check with RayEval

  • Day 1
    • Basics of software evaluation
    • Processes and procedures in evaluation
    • Classification of applications
    • Detect, isolate and separate middleware
    • Identify and document system changes
    • Creation of installation and uninstallation instructions
    • Recording and documentation of application configurations
    • Documentation technique
    • Practical exercises
  • Day 2
    • RayEval Configuration
    • Configuration of RayEval projects
    • Documenting evaluation using RayEval
    • Working with Virtual Machines
    • Snapshotting functionality
    • RayFlow integration
    • Practical exercises
  • Day 3
    • Templates creation
    • Creating custom project configuration
    • Training summary
    • Practical exercises
    • Certification: Theoretical- and practical exam

EVAL-10 Best Practices for Software Evaluation and Compatibility Check with RayEval

Course Duration 3 Days
Price 1,650.00 €
Price for dedicated Training Request for Proposal
Language German (English on request)
Prior Knowledge
Registration Go to registration
Course Information Download as PDF
Training Description

EVAL-10 Best Practices for Software Evaluation and Compatibility Check with RayEval

The first step in packaging is the evaluation of key resources, which is the result of evaluation and technical analysis. This includes checking that all required documentation is complete, that all source, configuration, and test files are in the correct format, and that the source media provided matches the documentation provided.

During the course, participants learn the basics of evaluation as well as working and documentation techniques for efficient evaluation.

Building on the knowledge gained, the evaluation theories are put into practice using RayEval, so that the participants are then able to create customer-specific and highly professional documentation of high quality.

 

Content

EVAL-10 Best Practices for SOftware Evaluation and Compatibility Check with RayEval

  • Day 1
    • Basics of software evaluation
    • Processes and procedures in evaluation
    • Classification of applications
    • Detect, isolate and separate middleware
    • Identify and document system changes
    • Creation of installation and uninstallation instructions
    • Recording and documentation of application configurations
    • Documentation technique
    • Practical exercises
  • Day 2
    • RayEval Configuration
    • Configuration of RayEval projects
    • Documenting evaluation using RayEval
    • Working with Virtual Machines
    • Snapshotting functionality
    • RayFlow integration
    • Practical exercises
  • Day 3
    • Templates creation
    • Creating custom project configuration
    • Training summary
    • Practical exercises
    • Certification: Theoretical- and practical exam
Key Data & Registration

EVAL-10 Best Practices for Software Evaluation and Compatibility Check with RayEval

Course Duration 3 Days
Price 1,650.00 €
Price for dedicated Training Request for Proposal
Language German (English on request)
Prior Knowledge
Registration Go to registration
Course Information Download as PDF

Open Class Training Schedule Information

  • All public courses are from 9:00am – 5:00pm each day.
  • Open Class Trainings will only take place after written confirmation of registration by Raynet.
  • Please note that the minimum number of participants for all Open Class Trainings is 3 persons. Raynet reserves the right to cancel the courses up to ten (10) working days prior to the planned completion date, if the minimum number of participants has not been reached. Participants are informed immediately of the cancellation of a course and, if known, alternate dates.

Locations of Training

  • Raynet GmbH, 33100 Paderborn, Germany
  • Raynet GmbH, 10785 Berlin, Germany
  • Raynet GmbH, 93053 Regensburg, Germany
  • Raynet Polska, 71-441 Szczecin, Poland

Contact us

For any information on the training schedule please contact training@raynet.de or call central switchboard +49 (0)5251 54009-0



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