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What is Alpha Testing? An Early Alarm for Defects

Alpha Testing is a Pre-release activity and one of the types of Acceptance Testing. Here, testing activity is carried out in a much-controlled manner and it is not accessible by the end-users/market.

A newly developed product or updated product undergoes Alpha testing in the Testing environment (which is formally called Developer’s site). Testing is carried out to simulate real-time behavior to match the usage of the product by the end-users in the market.

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Data Migration Testing Tutorial: A Complete Guide

Overview of Data Migration Testing:

It is quite often heard that an application is moved to a different server, the technology is changed, it is updated to the next version or moved to different database server etc.,


  • What does this actually mean?
  • What is expected from the testing team in these situations?

From the testing point of view, it all means that the application has to be tested thoroughly end-to-end along with migration from the existing system to the new system successfully.  Continue reading →

Types of Migration Testing: With Test Scenarios for Each Type

Types of Migration Testing: 

This is the 2nd part tutorial in our data migration testing tutorial series.

Migration Testing is essential to move data from the Legacy system to the new system without any data loss and there are several types of Migration Testing too.

Through this tutorial, let us know more about the Migration Testing Types that quite often happen in the real time in IT Industry.

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What is Longevity Testing? How to Catch the Bugs Before the Customer Finds It

This article explains the meaning of “Longevity Testing” and how it helps to assess the stability of the System or the Product and reduce the defects found by the customer i.e. Catch the bugs in-house before the customer finds it”.

By the end of this article QA Managers, Leads and Testers will have a fair knowledge about:  

  • What is Longevity Testing?
  • Why is Longevity Testing required?
  • Planning and Executing Longevity Tests
  • What are the Pros and Cons of Longevity Testing?

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What is Incremental Testing: Detailed Explanation With Examples

With the help of this article, I am going to cover one of the important Integration Approach – Incremental Testing.

By the end of this section, the audience will have a fair knowledge of following:

  • What is Incremental Testing?
  • Its Objective
  • Methodologies
  • Advantages
  • Drawbacks

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