Unit, Functional and System Testing
Automated batch tests with dedicated tools provide a means to ensure high quality software. Finding and fixing defects in the development environment means fewer functional problems later on. And that leaves more time for writing code and introducing more automation.
In addition, having reliable repeatability for these automated unit tests and code reviews allows you to collect valuable metrics about code quality.
Infobahn team specializes in developing unit test frameworks over the open source tools that facilitate the effective component\API testing of application developed across diverse platforms like Java, dotnet, C\C++ and web applications.
We also have expertise in developing wireframes for Component Performance testing that can profile the components in terms of memory usage and Execution time. This information can be used to find bottlenecks in the application Code thus ensuring high quality software
Infobahn’s functionality testing service for live products empowers our clients to add value to their systems without the threat of damaging a live application. This service is also used as an acceptance check for the work of a third-party company.
At the end of the test cycle, you get assessment reports of test results and professional observations, along with relevant recommendations on how to improve the application’s quality.
Our Centers of Excellence have helped multiple enterprises to implement an organized approach in automation testing solutions. We have leveraged our internal framework with the right mix of automation tools and our home-grown methodologies.
Our Testing Team is also cross-trained and exposed to various verticals that we support. Our focus has always been to improve the quality of the product while ensuring a cost-effective test cycle.
Our dedicated testing labs have well equipped servers geared to simulate various client environments at our premises, and we utilize Web-enabled defect management tools which reflect transparency on the testing cycle. This also allows multiple teams to track the defects in real time.
The most comprehensive level of testing for a software application, testers and developers use system testing to check the overall functionality, operability, integratability and performance of an application.
System testing verifies the functionality of a product against specifications. This can include testing functional and non-functional requirements, specific use case scenarios and other requirements. Additionally, the product is also validated against marketing and business requirements to ensure that it meets the intended use. Most organizations naturally fall into one of two categories with respect to testing of software development deliverables. Either they are too closely aligned to the technology platforms and the software development lifecycle to have sufficient objectivity in the negative testing that should comprise the majority of the Systems and Integration testing phase. Alternatively, they are enabled by IT software but are not in the business of IT software development and frequently lack the developer level skills to formulate a System and Integration Test plan that exercises areas of known weakness with the chosen software architectures and development frameworks.
The System and Integration Test phase is the first point where multiple software products, or development streams, come together and it is critical that system and integration defects are discovered and analyzed quickly so that the responsibility for the defect is correctly assigned, with sufficient time available to repair and retest. System and integration testing is the time to verify and validate component interoperability, adherence to design constraints and the correct processing of all potential exception conditions.