The Challenges of Testing in a Cloud Computing Environment

The Challenges of Testing in a Cloud Computing Environment

Cloud Services, as the experts say, are here to take enterprises from the Industrial era to the era of Information Accessibility.

What could be the most apparent instances of operating in a Cloud-based environment?

  • Updating your Mobile Applications on the go
  • Mailing / accessing some work documents outside your office premises
  • Updating your Facebook & WhatsApp status while commuting
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Creating a Cloud Load Testing Strategy for your Enterprise

Cloud Load Testing Strategy

Cloud Load Testing continues to be an increasingly discussed and important topic. Nearly everywhere I go, questions arise as to: what, why, how, and when these capabilities are important. Perhaps you are looking for a quick read to understand how to start defining a Cloud Load Testing strategy for your enterprise. That is what I am setting out to do in this blog and provide to you.
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SaaS Testing: Challenges and How to overcome them

SaaS Testing: Challenges and How to overcome them

SaaS or Software as a service is gaining a lot of momentum and wider adoption by organizations as they are realizing the real benefits by using SaaS over On-premise installed applications. In SaaS model, the organization need not pay for the software or hardware itself, it’s more of a rental scheme where they pay as they use. This is what makes SaaS attractive compared to the On-premise option.
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Cloud Testing: Using Selenium to Test Mobile Web Apps in the Cloud

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Today’s Software applications are mostly web based and with the Cloud infrastructure gaining prominence, they are mostly deployed on Cloud servers. Cloud infra offers unlimited storage, quick availability and can be scaled as desired. With no upfront investment, cloud is turning out to be the really cost-effective solution offering multiple choices for software developers. The way testing is done has also changed with this disruption as organizations need not build and maintain in-house testing facilities that mimic real-time environments.
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An Insight into Cloud Testing

 

An Insight into Cloud Testing

Cloud testing is a form of testing in which applications use cloud computing environment and cloud infrastructure. The cloud infrastructure includes hardware and bandwidth that closely simulates real world conditions and parameters. Testing a Cloud includes availability, security, performance, interoperability, disaster recovery, and multi-tenancy testing. Testing is performed in three distinct areas of cloud that includes infrastructure, platform and service. Organizations and enterprises face a lot of issues with testing such as limited test budget, lack of meeting the prescribed timelines in addition to high costs per test. Cloud testing facilitates services to clients based on internet and delivers services like resources, software, and information by leveraging cloud computing resources and models to enable all aspects of testing in a highly cost effective manner. The aim of cloud testing is to ensure high quality service delivery and help avoiding data outages by comprising of testing inside, outside, or either, in a datacenter.
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