TOSCA SOFTWARE TESTING
Tosca Test is an agile software tool used to automate test cases from beginning to finish which ensures a complete control of the software applications. This tool is built around a Linear methodology, which includes test script design, test data design and generation, test automation strategy. All these principles will assist in the ongoing and consistent testing of GUIs and APIs from a business point of view. Model test method based on model and Risk-based test techniques are the tools that distinguish it over other. Join V cube software solutions Pvt Ltd. for Tosca Training.
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What is Tosca Software Testing ?
- Software testing is defined as an activity to check whether the actual results match the expected results and to ensure that the software system is Defect free. It involves execution of a software component or system component to evaluate one or more properties of interest.
- In simple terms, Software Testing means Verification of Application Under Test (AUT).
- Software testing also helps to identify errors, gaps or missing requirements in contrary to the actual requirements. It can be either done manually or using automated tools. Some prefer saying Software testing as a White Box and Black Box Testing.
- We, as testers are aware of the various types of Software Testing such as Functional Testing, Non -Functional Testing, Automation Testing, Agile Testing, and their sub -types etc.
TOSCA Course’s Key Highlights
100+ hours of learning
Real-time industry professionals curate the course.
Internships and live projects
A cutting-edge training facility
Dedicated staff of placement experts
Placement is guaranteed 100 percent Assistance
28+ Skills That Are Useful in the Workplace
Trainers with a minimum of 12 years of experience
Videos and back-up classes
Subject Matter Experts Deliver Guest Lectures
Why Tosca Training is so Popular ?
Tosca Test is an agile software tool used to automate test cases from beginning to finish which ensures a complete control of the software applications. This tool is built around a Linear methodology, which includes test script design, test data design and generation, test automation strategy. All these principles will assist in the ongoing and consistent testing of GUIs and APIs from a business point of view. Model test method based on model and Risk-based test techniques are the tools that distinguish it over other.
Black Box Testing
Internal system design is not considered in this type of testing. Tests are based on the requirements and functionality.
White Box Testing
♦ White Box testing is based on the knowledge about the internal logic
of an application’s code.
♦ It is also known as Glass box Testing. Internal software and code
♦working should be known for performing this type of testing. Under
♦these tests are based on the coverage of code statements,branches, paths, conditions etc.
WHY TO LEARN TOSCA TRAINING?
Tosca can be described as an instrument for software testing that automates the entire testing process for software applications. Tosca integrates several elements of testing software (test case design and automation, design of test data and generation, as well as analytics) to evaluate GUIs as well as APIs, from a commercial perspective. Instead of making use of scripting to testing automation, Tosca applies an approach to testing that is model-based and builds the model of the application that is being tested. Details about the test application and the logic behind the test cases as well as tests data are saved in separate files and then joined during the time of test execution. If an element within the application under test is changed the technical information is updated within the model centrally. Since test cases originate from this model, the diverse test cases that test for the changed element don’t need to be altered manually to reflect the changes. Now is the time to enroll in tosca training in Hyderabad,KPHB and improve your skills.
Different Types of Software Testing
Functional Testing Types Include
- Unit testing Integration testing
- System testing
- Sanity testing
- Smoke testing
- Interface testing
- Regression testingBeta/Acceptance test
Non-functional testing types includes
♦ Performance Testing
♦ Load testing
♦ Stress testing
♦ Security testing
♦ Compatibility testing
♦ Install testing
♦ Recovery testing
♦ Reliability testing
♦ Usability testing
♦ Compliance testing
User Acceptance Testing (UAT)
An acceptance test is performed by the
client and verifies whether the end to end
the flow of the system is as per the business
requirements or not and if it is as per the
needs of the end user. Client accepts the
software only when all the features and
functionalities work as expected.
Functionality Testing Icon
Testing of all integrated modules to
verify the combined functionality after
integration is termed as Integration
Testing. Modules are typically code
modules, individual applications, client
and server applications on a network,
Risk Based Testing (RBT)
In Risk Based Testing, the functionalities or requirements are tested based on their priority. Risk-based testing includes testing of highly critical functionality, which has the highest impact on business and in which the probability of failure is very high.
The Risk-based testing is carried out if there is insufficient time available to test entire software and software needs to be implemented on time without any delay. This approach is followed only by the discussion and approval of the client and senior management of the organization.
Testing of an individual software component or module is termed as Unit Testing. It is typically done by the programmer and not by testers, as it requires a detailed knowledge of the internal program design and code.
It is a type of non-functional testing and the objective of Load testing is to check how much of load or maximum workload a system can handle without any performance degradation.
This term is often used interchangeably with ‘stress’ and ‘load’ testing. Performance Testing is done to check whether the system meets the performance requirements. Different performance and load tools are used to do this testing.
Testing an application as a whole for the modification in any module or functionality is termed as Regression Testing. It is difficult to cover all the system in Regression Testing, so typically automation testing tools are used for these types of testing.
The above – mentioned Software Testing Types are just a part of testing. However, there is still a list of more than 100+ types of testing, but all testing types are not used in all types of projects.
Also, there are alternative definitions or
processes used in different organizations,
but the basic concept is the same
everywhere. These testing types, processes,
and their implementation methods keep
changing as and when the project,
requirements, and scope changes.