V2Soft Sees Significant Value in Software Testing over the Cloud
FREMONT, CA: V2Soft, an IT Service and Business consulting company, considers Cloud testing to be the future of software testing. By making an analysis of how software testing evolved in the course of time, the company highlights the benefits of Cloud testing Cloud testing is a form of software testing in which web applications use cloud computing environments to simulate real-world user traffic.
The benefits of Cloud testing as listed by the company include: an organization saves more in the cloud testing; ensure data integrity and anytime, anywhere accessibility through enterprise-class secure; achieve faster time-to-market through rapid procurement and project accomplishments and execution; eliminates up-front investment in hardware procurement, management and maintenance, and reduced investments and operational cost.
V2Soft supports Cloud testing as a solution to the challenges faced with traditional testing. Moving testing to cloud is more cost effective for any organization as long as it does not include sensitive data and there is minimal impact on the organization’s business activities.
According to V2Soft, Software testing has also undergone a long drawn evolution cycle. Traditional application testing has its own limitations as well, like latency, performance, concurrency, planning and extremely expensive execution costs. Software testing is an investigation conducted to provide stakeholders with information about the quality of the product or service under test. Test techniques include the process of executing a program or application with the intent of finding software bugs(errors or other defects). Software testing can provide objective, independent information about the quality of software and risk of its failure to users and/or sponsors.
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