Performance Testing Terminologies

Below are a list of common performance testing terminologies: Baselines Creating a baseline is the process of running a set of tests to capture performance metric data for the purpose of evaluating the effectiveness of subsequent performance-improving changes to the system or application. Benchmarking Benchmarking is the process of comparing your system’s performance against a …

Difference Between Performance Testing and Load Testing

What is the difference between performance testing, load testing, and stress testing? Performance Testing Performance Testing measures the response time of an application with an expected number of users. The aim of this is to get a baseline and an indication of how an application behaves under normal conditions. Does it meet the required response …

Types of Software Performance Testing Tools & Their Pros

With innovations coming up the technology horizon, the need of newfangled and precise testing tools has greatly risen. The use of software performance metrics can greatly reduce the hassles related to testing. These tools can help in improving the reliability, productivity, and efficiency of a product. There is a multitude of software performance testing tools …

Performance Testing Metrics

Performance testing is a particularly common question in our experience with our clients and prospects. We have encountered situations where understanding what constituted good performance was not clear at the beginning of a test effort. Benchmarking web services usually involved simulating lots of users and sending lots of messages to simulate a heavy production situation. …

Web Application Testing Techniques

Web Application Testing In today’s ever-changing and competitive web-based business scenario, organizations always need to test their web based applications before the launch of their website. By web application testing, any organization can be sure that the web application will work perfectly and will be easily accepted by the end-users. The web application testing techniques also …

Reviewing Test Cases

Article by: Oliver Tuschling
The main reason of reviewing test cases: increase test cases quality and therefore product quality.

As we know testers are involved (should be involved) on the Requirements Specification review process to provide the SQA knowledge to the requirements written. As testers are involved on the process they become experts on the area and on the application functionality and many times their knowledge helps avoid introducing future defects into

What is Data and Database Integrity Testing?

What is Data and Database Integrity Testing?
Data integrity and database integrity test techniques verify that data is being stored by the system in a manner where the data is not compromised by updating, restoration, or retrieval processing. This type of testing is intended to uncover design flaws that may result in data corruption, unauthorized data access, lack of data integrity across multiple tables, and lack of adequate transaction performance (Dustin