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The consolidation of all testing activities and results. Test Management activities include test planning, designing (test cases), execution, reporting, code coverage, and heuristic and harness development.

  • Business Cycle Testing

    Refers to the emulation of activities performed over a period of time that is relevant to the application under test.

  • Configuration Testing

    Refers to a test to ensure that the application or system can handle all hardware and software variables and requirements that have been defined.

  • Functional Testing

    This type of test focuses on any requirements that can be traced directly to use cases (or business functions), business rules, and design.

  • Installation Testing

    Refers to the verification that the software installation process works properly in different environments and among varying conditions.

  • Load/Stress/Volume Testing

    Refers to tests that measure and evaluate how a system performs and functions under varying workloads, large amounts of data and/or resource utilization.

  • Performance Profiling

    Refers to a performance test that measures and evaluates response times and transaction rates.

  • Reliability Testing

    Refers to the verification that failover methods are invoked properly and the system recovers properly.

  • Security and Access Control Testing

    Focuses on the technical, administrative and physical security controls that have been designed into the system architecture in order to provide confidentiality, integrity and availability.

  • Usability Testing (508 Testing)

    Refers to a test to ensure that the application navigation, functionality, and GUI allow a user to effectively and efficiently do their work in a way that they are satisfied with the application.