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Importance of Software Testing For Banking Applications

February 1 2019, 11:57am

Posted by Claire Mackerras

Why Software Testing Is Very Important For Banking Applications

Why Software Testing Is Very Important For Banking Applications

Quality assurance and Software testing play a vital role in assuring the quality of banking application.  Both testers and developers of financial applications should have a good understanding of finance and complete domain knowledge as well.

Any financial error is always the critical one. Workflow of every Financial Application is always going to be complex. There is no association which will tolerate any financial bug or error in their application. This is the part where an association needs quality assurance and software testing for banking applications.

Most of the financial applications have different QA and software testing necessities. A tester should have a proper domain knowledge in which the financial application is based on. For Example, processing insurance claims, online/mobile banking, trading accounting etc.

A tester can only proceed with testing activities if he/she has a good knowledge of the flow. 

To read more, visit full post here: https://www.bugraptors.com/importance-of-qa-for-banking-applications/

 

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Role Of Software Testing In Healthcare Industry

January 24 2019, 11:18am

Posted by Claire Mackerras

Role Of Software Testing In Healthcare Industry

Role Of Software Testing In Healthcare Industry

In order to understand the role of software testing in the Healthcare Industry at first, we need to understand the abstract view on the basis of which Health care industry works. In an overall manner entire healthcare sector can be clubbed into a single unit which basically consists of Hospital, Doctors Regulatory body, Health-care solution Vendors and the patient. 

Real-time on-demand medical assistance is a new influential shift in the healthcare segment. Although, the basic idea of home healthcare is changing in an overall manner the way healthcare industry functions, which expects convenient, easy, user-friendly and quick access to healthcare. Home healthcare is also a growing trend and it is expected to grow more in the upcoming years.

Check some of the most important reasons for comprehensive testing which can innovate the healthcare with QA.


 

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Check Out The Basic Cloud Load Testing Strategy To Enhance Your Business

October 26 2018, 11:46am

Posted by Claire Mackerras

cloud load testing strategies

Cloud offers a virtual pool, which has infinite resources for computing, storage and networking resources where applications can be scaled as per client’s needs. But while using any cloud-based service we need to carefully look upon quality, security, latency, reliability, bandwidth etc.

While performing cloud load testing, we need to keep three major points in mind:
  1. How will the application behave in front of the expected users load?
  2. What is the point of users load that will break your application?
  3. Will the application be able to scale up to the expected future capacity?

Why Load Testing?

Load testing helps pinpoint and diagnose problems that affect an application’s performance, scalability, and reliability. There are many kinds of load testing, each of which addresses a specific problem area.

To read more, visit full blog post: https://goo.gl/28WC5t

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Types of User Acceptance Testing - BugRaptors

October 16 2018, 09:46am

Posted by Claire Mackerras

types of user acceptance testing

User Acceptance Testing is a phase of software development in which the developed software is tested in the real environment by the end users. The process is to verify the intended functionality of the developed system on the end user’s perspective emulating real-world scenarios.

In short, User Acceptance Testing is the process of checking that developed software works for intended users. This may be easy to hear at first, but, practically it is not.

Types of User Acceptance Testing


Following are the types of User Acceptance Testing:

  1. Alpha & Beta Testing
  2. Contract Acceptance Testing
  3. Regulation Acceptance Testing/Compliance Acceptance Testing
  4. Operational Acceptance Testing
  5. Black Box Testing

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Roles Plays By Testing Team in Agile Software Development - Bugraptors

October 3 2018, 12:02pm

Posted by Claire Mackerras

What are the Major Responsibilities of QA

Thinking of QA team we get reminded of the traditional ways where developers would first build a specific feature completely and only then pass it on to QA to make it “Tested OK“.

But old is not always gold and hence the traditional methods changed for good. Agile methodology introduced QA with a versatile and dynamic role in the software development process to ensure that top-notch quality is achieved along with meeting the client’s acceptance criteria.  

There are responsibilities to be fulfilled by a tester in order to provide the clients/end users with a quality product whilst staying in an agile environment, some of which are: 

1. Stay alert in planning sessions:

QA needs to actively participate in planning sessions bright from the point of outset to bring and maintain sync between developers and end users.

2. Automate and speed up testing:

They can easily create automated test scripts out of user stories and can utilize the development phase to reduce testing time and time to market.

Read more points, in detail: https://www.bugraptors.com/responsibilities-of-qa-in-agile/

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Why You Should Consider Stress Testing For Your ERP System?

September 26 2018, 13:13pm

Posted by Claire Mackerras

Why You Need to Stress Test Your ERP System Before Live?

ERP testing done in isolated situations with small subsets of the population are not productive for demonstrating where an ERP framework is performing inadequately. By doing this step wrong, genuine generation esteems and situations are underrepresented bringing about frameworks that may perform ineffectively once going live. It is critical during any ERP usage to schedule, coordinate and execute a stress test. Items within this test should include

Test automation helps cover speedy test cycles, including setup and relapse testing. In spite of the fact that test mechanization isn’t the main arrangement, there are numerous intense approaches to choose the correct system or instrument for your business forms. Some of them include:

 

  • The right automation tool selection.
  • Test cases covering whole application.
  • A seller who can immediately refresh with the most recent arrivals of testing.

It is critical during any ERP usage to schedule, coordinate and execute a stress test. Items within this test should include:

1. Planning and Co-ordination: Set time aside to plan and document to what extent your testing will be, what every particular client will do, kinds of exchanges and gear utilized, and your normal outcomes. Plan for inability to happen, along these lines you can be set up to overcome what may sensibly turn out badly later on.

2. Communicating Effectively: Allow for an open line of correspondence for all clients required amid the span of the test. Assign a stress test manager to answer and log client questions on the off chance that they emerge.

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100 Best QA Testing Tools - A Comprehensive List

September 18 2018, 11:04am

Posted by Claire Mackerras

software testing tools list

We are introducing a list of some very ingenious tools that will help you meet your goals of reducing the testing efforts while delivering a high quality software or application at a faster rate to the market.

Most of these tools present the users with their free/trial versions to let them decide about investing in the tool after working their hands on the tool.

Currently, we are providing the list of tools categorized for the following 5 categories:

  1. Website Security Testing Tools
  2. Mobile/Web Application Testing Tools
  3. Web Application Testing Tools
  4. Cross Browser Testing Tools
  5. Web Regression Testing Tool
 

1. Wapiti:

This tool is one of the best tool for testing web application that allows you to check the security of web applications. It performs ‘black box testing’ to check the possible vulnerabilities for web applications. It supports both GET and POST HTTP methods for the vulnerability checkFile disclosure.

2. Zed Attack Proxy:

Zed Attack Proxy is an open source security testing tool, developed by OWASP. It runs on Mac OS, Windows and Unix/Linux. Zed Attack Proxy gives you access to find a variety of security vulnerabilities in web applications, during the testing and development phase.

Check out the original blog post, to know more: https://www.bugraptors.com/top-software-testing-tools/

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Benefits of Outsourcing Quality Assurance and Software Testing Services

September 11 2018, 10:09am

Posted by Claire Mackerras

third party software testing services

Do you want to use an application which is slow, insecure, and less user-friendly with poor functionality? The answer would always be a No. Due to high competence and hurry of releasing the product into the market, organizations tend to compromise with software quality which results in decreased customers and sales.

In today’s era, software quality is of utmost importance. Hiring an outsourced third party testing team is the practice of handing over the application to be tested to an independent testing company or a third party testing group for testing all the major aspects of the application in terms of performance, functionality, security etc. 

Outsourcing provides considerable revenue gains, increased product quality, high efficiency and productivity of a company. There are many studies that reveal the fact ‘Half of the development effort is spent on testing’, therefore, outsourcing relieves the companies from expensive functions thereby reducing the operational costs.

Benefits of Hiring a Third Party QA team:

1. Availability of Wide Range of Resources and Tools

2. Incorporating Best Practices
 
3. Faster Time to Market
 

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Data Integrity Definition- How To Enforce It In Databases

August 30 2018, 12:16pm

Posted by Claire Mackerras

Enforcing Data Integrity Into Databases

Database Integrity is a central underlying aspect or term in the implementation of database technology. Having faith in the data correctness is a prerequisite for using the data in business, research or decision-making applications. So it’s for sure that the factors of ensuring database security and reliability cannot be ignored. One also has to consider the use of error checking and correction codes to deal with the integrity issues and improve the performance of database systems.

Enforcing Data Integrity in Databases

Basically, there are four primary types of data integrity: entity, domain, referential and user-defined.

1. Entity Integrity ensures a table does not have any duplicate rows and is uniquely identified.

2. Domain Integrity requires that a set of data values fall within a specific range (domain) in order to be valid.

3. Referential Integrity is concerned with keeping the relationships between tables synchronized.
 

Check out the advantages of enforcing integrity constraints, here: https://www.bugraptors.com/what-is-data-integrity/

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Why Is Cyber Security Important? | Bugraptors

August 29 2018, 07:29am

Posted by Claire Mackerras

why cyber security is important

Number of Cyber Security beached has grown up steadily over the past few years. There are numerous examples that big industries in market today have been the victim of Security attacks say: Instagram, Sony, Yahoo, Gmail, Facebook etc. In that case, ensuring the cyber security of your website must be on top of priorities.

What are Security Breaches and its Consequences?

A security breach is an accidental leakage of sensitive and confidential information. It can happen without the consent of data holder. For example hackers leak Username, phone number, and email address of users of any website or any employee giving sensitive information regarding financial data of any company or property to competitors for the sake of money or any other motive.

Types of Attacks on Cyber World:

  • Bait and switch
  • Cookie and Session theft
  • ClickJacking
  • Viruses and Trojan
  • Phishing
  • Denial of Service(DoS/DDoS)

Read full post, to know more about them in details: https://www.bugraptors.com/importance-cyber-security/

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