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TestlaborSoftware Testing

Soft Xpansion has a separate testing laboratory for conducting quality assurance testing for its own products as well as for third-party software. Our QA experts provide the following services:

  • Functional and regression testing (using automated testing tools like WinTask, Vermont HighTest, and SilkTest)
  • GUI testing
  • Performance testing – load and stress testing. Our specialists have extensive experience with HP’s Mercury Load Runner.
  • Information security testing

We have extensive experience testing business processes as well as developing test specifications, test scripts and test cases and use a variety of bug tracking systems.

OKFunctional Testing

Our company provides the full range of functional testing services, including writing test scripts (test cases) and executing tests (including scheduled tests) for:

  • Ergonomics and usability
  • Compliance with functional technical specifications
  • Safety and protection from unauthorized use
  • Accuracy and document completeness for software solutions

As a part of functional testing we also conduct:

  • Component tests
  • Regression tests
  • Acceptance tests
  • Smoke tests

Our specialists use automated testing tools (QTP, Selenium) to automate routine testing operations – we recommend developing automated tests simultaneously with software development.

OKLoad Testing

 

  • Developing test scenarios and coordinating them with clients
  • Creating scripts to automate load testing (HP LoadRunner, JMetter) and stress testing
  • Developing scripts for generating the large volumes of test data
  • Analyzing system performance under various load conditions and combined scenarios; running stress tests
  • Diagnosing bottlenecks in the system, providing recommendations for increasing productivity
  • Defining system performance limits
  • Regular stress tests to prevent degradation of system performance
  • Implementing system reliability tests – simulating failures at different levels under high loads in order to track system capabilities to predict failover behavior
  • Determining the degree of system scalability
  • Deploying performance monitoring as part of the commercial operation of heavily-used systems; developing and implementing capacity management
  • More than eight years of experience testing high-end corporate applications, more than 20 major stress testing and optimization projects
  • Creating complex load scripts (30 different role scenarios) and implementing stress tests to simulate 12,000 users of a banking system with data for 5 million customers within 10 hours. Performance improvements for time-critical business operations ranged from a factor of 5 to 100; the system reached its design load.
  • Three-year project monitoring the performance of a major banking system (three-tier architecture, 25 servers). During peak periods, the system load increased by a factor of 50 and failures were observed
  • Optimization of a high-performance banking system, enabling the bank to continue using its existing infrastructure while supporting a five times as many concurrent users

icon_portfolioCase Studies

 

  • More than eight years of experience testing high-end corporate applications, more than 20 major stress-test and optimization projects
  • Creating complex load scripts (30 different role scenarios) and implementing stress tests to simulate 12,000 users of a banking system with data for 5 million customers within 10 hours. Performance improvements for time-critical business operations ranged from a factor of 5 to 100; the system reached its design load.
  • Three-year project monitoring the performance of a major banking system (three-tier architecture, 25 servers). During peak periods, the system load increased by a factor of 50 and failures were observed
  • Optimization of a high-performance banking system, enabling the bank to continue using its existing infrastructure while supporting a five times more users

The screenshots below show examples of software testing using HP LoadRunner:

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