Testing is a process of executing a program with the intent of finding errors. A primary purpose for testing is to detect software failures so that bugs may be uncovered and corrected.The conclusion from software testing is not just fixing bugs but also correct the process by which software is developed.
Testing is usually performed for the following purposes:
Testing is potentially endless with drastically emerging computing world. At some point testing has to be stopped at a level where to ship the software at an acceptable level.
ThoughtGreen´s Quality Assurance Services encompasses
Performance has always been a great concern and a driving force of computer evolution, so performance testing plays a major role in shipping software. Performance bugs are generally referred to those design issues in software that cause the system performance to degrade.
Performance issues pertaining to design are traditionally difficult to identify prior to live operation of the new software but, when detected after shipping, often involve costly remedial work. ThoughtGreen provides realistic approach to finding performance issues using its own advanced performance services and tools in all stages of a software development life cycle. Not all software systems have performance specifications documented explicitly but always have implicit performance issues. ThoughtGreen´s performance services strength lies in understanding the performance requirements (explicit or implicit) and tests the system thoroughly and not only pointing the performance issues but also giving necessary recommendations based upon our in-depth experience in technology development and testing.
In what ever stage of your software development life cycle ThoughtGreen can help you in optimizing your software´s performance.
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