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QA Automation

QA Automation or Automated testing tools can execute tests, report outcomes and compare results with earlier test runs. These Tests, with these tools can be run repeatedly, at any time of day. The method or process being used to implement automation is called a test automation framework.

QA automation is an add-on to manual testing, as it ideally takes a heavy weight off of our shoulders: regression testing. In other words, we need automation in order to run scenarios that check the main functionality of our programme before each release. In case of a product with lots of features, you just cannot rely on manual testing, it would be too time consuming.

  • Selenium
  • TestingWhiz. ...
  • HPE Unified Functional Testing (HP – UFT formerly QTP) ...
  • TestComplete. ...
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  • Tosca Testsuite.
  • Teleric TestStudio
  • WatiN

  • Performance and Security Testing

    Performance Testing is a type of testing to check if a software application will perform well under their expected workload. Just like the Features and Functionality supported by a software system are important, equally important are its performance like its response time, reliability, resource usage and scalability.

    What are the essential types Of Performance Test?

    There are several practices and methods to test the “performance” of the Apps:

    Load Testing is specially meant to test the system through stable and constantly increasing the load on the system, till it crosses the threshold limit. This helps in ensuring that the app can perform in spite of heavy load, post implementation.

    Stress Testing helps to determine new thresholds in the software. With this approach, the app load is progressively augmented until things start to malfunction (performance degrades). Also called as fatigue testing, this testing effortlessly captures the application’s stability by testing.

    Endurance testing is a type of performance testing conducted to determine the behaviour of a system when an essential workload continuously exerts the system.

    Spike testing is a type of performance testing conducted to assess the system behaviour when the load suddenly increases by a considerable amount.

    Scalability Testing is a kind of non-functional test of a software application for evaluating its capacity to scale up in terms of any of its non-functional capability like the number of transactions, the user load supported, etc. The objective of this testing is to understand at what peak the system prevents further scaling.

    Volume testing is a test in which an enormous amount of data is populated in the database and the complete software system's behaviour is evaluated. The key aim is to check the performance of the software application under varying database volumes.

    Performance testing is essential before marketing any software product. It not only ensures customer satisfaction but protects the investor's investment product failure rate. So it significant to carry out the Performance testing before launch or goes live in the market

    Sustainable Engineering

    Sustainable engineering refers to the integration of social, environmental, and economic considerations into product, process, and energy system design methods. Additionally, sustainable engineering encourages the consideration of the complete product and process lifecycle during the design effort. The intent is to minimize environmental impacts across the entire lifecycle while simultaneously maximizing the benefits to social and economic stakeholders.

    Design & Process Automation

    The future of product design is evolving, as digital technology is changing the way things are used, sold and serviced. With customers more sophisticated and in need of much complex solutions, businesses are looking at personalized attention to clients. But that is only possible if everyday tasks are automated. Design automation will allow the engineers to concentrate on higher systems & procedures, rather than the everyday tasks. With automated designs, it will be possible to eliminate repetitive tasks, increase speed and consistency, and allow concentrating on further progressed business activities.