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mock testing
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Jun 29, 2015

Mock Testing using JUnit and SoapUI

Naveen Kumar Jain Technical Manager, ERS-HNC-ISV-System Software & Edge Analy

An Overview of Mock Testing
Operational Acceptance Testing (OAT) and Its Advantages for Stakeholders
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Overview Commonly referred to as OAT, Operational Acceptance Testing is the testing done before the solution is released or deployed, just after the execution of user acceptance testing (UAT).  The OAT environment is called the ‘pilot’ or ‘pre...
Structure Based or Whitebox Testing Techniques
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There are various types of software testing techniques. Each individual technique is good at finding a particular type of defect. Each testing technique falls into a number of different categories.
What is DevOps? Why is it important for IT Businesses?
1,651

Feb 25, 2015

DevOps – Empowering the IT Business

Subbarao Program Manager

Figure 1: DevOps Empowering the IT Business
Full Stack
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To meet the demands of a changing IT industry, SQA organisations are implementing business process automation, faster time to market, agile and DevOps, and digital transformation practices. Being an evolving industry, IT requires new skills that...
LSH
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Recently I had an interesting question posed to me. Someone asked me to help explain to management at his company what happens when the drug safety (DS)/pharmacovigilance (PV) group does not do a good job! Management wanted to know why they needed...
Quality Assurance (QA)
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Oct 24, 2018

Quality Assurance – Staying Relevant in a Fast-Paced IT Ecosystem

Suresh Venkatesan Associate Vice President, Business Assurance & Testing

Increased adoption of Agile and DevOps has led to an increase in demand for Integrated TestingQuality Assurance / Testing market is undergoing a major shift in its ways of working in order to realign with Digital transformation and Agile-DevOps...
mock testing
2,119

Jun 29, 2015

Mock Testing using JUnit and SoapUI

Naveen Kumar Jain Technical Manager, ERS-HNC-ISV-System Software & Edge Analy

An Overview of Mock Testing
Naveen Kumar Jain

Mock Testing using JUnit and SoapUI
Naveen Kumar Jain - Technical Manager, ERS-HNC-ISV-System Software & Edge Analy | June 29, 2015
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Mock

An Overview of Mock Testing

Mock Testing is a unit testing technique, in which the testing of complex code /complex real objects with similar behavior of the expected application is needed. In mocking, real complex objects can be simulated using this method. This way, the desired functionality of the application can be tested without the actual running of real application objects.


Kapil Pandey

JavaScript Unit Testing and Its Benefits
Kapil Pandey - Lead Engineer | May 6, 2015
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Javscript

We hear and talk a lot about unit testing for programming languages such as Java, PHP or .NET. As a UI Developer, I’m not really sure that we actually talk about unit testing for Java Script or other script languages, but we do have discussions on how to write unit tests, on what could be the outcomes, and how they impact our project timelines, resources or coding standards.

Is it really necessary to write unit test cases for Java Script?


Chitranjan Nath

Operational Acceptance Testing (OAT) and Its Advantages for Stakeholders
Chitranjan Nath - Project Manager | March 31, 2015
19078 Views

Overview

Commonly referred to as OAT, Operational Acceptance Testing is the testing done before the solution is released or deployed, just after the execution of user acceptance testing (UAT).  The OAT environment is called the ‘pilot’ or ‘pre-prod’ environment.  This environment tests the system’s operational readiness, much like the user acceptance testing environment. OAT tests involve verification of procedures, such as performance, stress, volume, support processes, security, backup, and the existence of alerts.  Typically, OAT occurs after user acceptance testing (UAT) and is a final verification before a system is released.  OAT tests typically employ real users accessing and using the system in a live state. A typical operational acceptance test plan should focus on the recoverability, integrity, reliability, robustness, data integrity, manageability, and supportability of a software or network installation.