TaaS has brought a paradigm shift in the delivery model. Testing-as-a-Service (TaaS) is definitely here to stay. As business growth became somewhat synonymous with application performance, software testing came to the forefront as it played a significant role in an enterprise’s growth. However, over time, enterprises found software testing to be a tough task, which […]
As organizations and their management decide to purchase and deploy COTS-based systems, activities related to software testing are not necessarily reduced. Rather, they get modified to other types of testing, which aren’t seen or noticed on some internal developed systems.
So you’ve just launched a new mobile app to facilitate your customers. Congratulations! But in case you are feeling relaxed already, here’s a reminder – the work has actually just started. Before you go to market there are several things that need to be accomplished, testing being the foremost.
Who would not wish to attract heavy traffic on their app, especially when it converts into great revenue? Wishes can come true if you properly test and optimize applications to perform.
With the dependency matrix in place, testers can analyze these “what if” scenarios better, thus giving them a precise visualization of the dependency of programs and/or projects on others and testing how changes in one project or program will affect the others.