SOA and Web Services Testing

Service-oriented architecture (SOA) enables increased business agility, improved business workflows, extensible architecture, enhanced reuse, and a longer life span of applications. Traditional test validation approaches and tools are often incapable of providing high test coverage, consistency, repeatability and time to market. Test Yantra SOA and Middleware Testing and Validation Services help companies minimize risks, enhance costs, and increase agility of their SOA implementations. We combine an early life cycle approach to functional validation across multiple layers of the systems architecture with a comprehensive non-functional testing approach. The service is backed by proprietary tools and accelerators for component and integration testing, and Test Automation Accelerators for automated end-to-end testing. These tools along with established processes enable companies to successfully validate their SOA journey, enterprise messaging middleware implementations, legacy modernization initiatives, and other technology and business initiatives. Significantly, our approach allows companies to achieve business agility and acquire the ability to deploy products rapidly.



Portal & Content Management Testing

This Service offers testing of portal and content management activities by reducing cost, time, risk and inefficiencies in creating, archiving, reproducing and managing the content. Based on the testing objectives, a combination of testing services can be used to achieve excellent coverage of features.

Scope

Assessment of portal application for specific testing like functional,
Usability, Security and Performance Testing

Testing of Document Management, Search, Workflow and Security

Analysis of the results of the performed executions

Prepare and publish preliminary reports and executive summary report

Benefits

Manage web content in accordance with business rules

Provide fair insight to customer interactions using Usability testing

Faster response time

Safeguard the Portal and Content from Hackers