Cloud Testing : An Overview

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With the world moving to the cloud, the need to conduct testing has simultaneously arisen. This PPT will shed light on the key factors under cloud computing and the types of testing performed for the same. Get to know more on Cloud Service Models, Key Characteristics, Cloud Testing, Functional testing, Performance and Benchmark testing, Network resting, Interoperability and Compatibility testing, cloud testing tools, and cloud testing methodology through this PPT as well as stay tuned for the upcoming ones.

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Cloud Computing

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Agenda ● Definition ● Cloud Service Models ● Key Characteristics ● Cloud Testing - Functional testing - Load testing - Performance and Benchmark testing - Network resting - Interoperability and Compatibility testing ● Conclusion ● A Glimpse into the Future Copyright © by QA InfoTech. All rights reserved.

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What is cloud computing Definition: Cloud computing refers to a centralized delivery system of computing services be it information resources or software over the “cloud” i.e. the Internet. Storing and accessing data over the network rather than a computer is what cloud computing essentially means. Copyright © by QA InfoTech. All rights reserved.

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Cloud Computing Copyright © by QA InfoTech. All rights reserved. Image source: https://www.datamation.com/imagesvr_ce/4308/cloud-public.jpg

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Cloud Service Models Copyright © by QA InfoTech. All rights reserved. Image source: https://cdn-hightechdad.netdna-ssl.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/01/gogrid_cloud_pyramid1.png

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Description ● Infrastructure as a Service IaaS : The first layer and base of cloud computing is Infrastructure as a Service wherein one manages the servers storage virtualization networking and operating systems. Example: U-Cloud VMware Amazon Cloud AWS RackSpace etc. ● Platform as a Service PaaS : The second layer of the cloud service model is known as Platform as a Service wherein one manages the applications and the third-party cloud vendor manages the rest such as servers networking storage etc.. Example: Google App Engine Windows Azure etc. ● Software as a Service SaaS : The final layer of this model is known as Software as a Service wherein the third party cloud vendor manages all the applications and data allowing the business to access the interface. Example: Google Docs Gmail Cisco WebEx etc. Copyright © by QA InfoTech. All rights reserved.

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Relationship within Service Models Copyright © by QA InfoTech. All rights reserved. Image source: http://wptidbits.com/techies/cloud-computing-solutions-iaas-paas-saas/

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Key Characteristics of Cloud Copyright © by QA InfoTech. All rights reserved.

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Cloud Testing Cloud testing becomes ubiquitous wherein resources such as the software hardware etc. are checked in a thorough testing effort. Due to certain challenges like: ● High costs ● Restrictive budget ● Numerous test cases ● Various users across the globe etc. Effective testing becomes essential wherein availability of flexible and scalable infrastructure distributed test environment or unlimited storage helps in saving time as well as the cost. Copyright © by QA InfoTech. All rights reserved.

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Common Testing performed on Cloud ● Functional testing – To verify the basic functionalities with respect to the valid input that should match the expected output such as user login shutdown of system etc. ● Load testing – To ensure stability with a number of users accessing the cloud. With scaling-in/scaling-out load testing is conducted to handle variable load. ● Performance and Benchmark testing – To establish certain yardsticks considering the performance of the application such as consistency across devices. ● Network security testing – Testing in terms of network connectivity maintenance of data integrity protocol etc. becomes imperative to ensure a secure environment. ● Interoperability and Compatibility testing – To test seamless functionality across browsers and platforms. Copyright © by QA InfoTech. All rights reserved.

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Conclusion Cloud computing becomes an effective way to- ● Create surplus ● Lower the costs ● Help small businesses and startups wherein they don’t have to bear the initial infrastructure expenses ● Build operate and use IT business systems However it does pose certain challenges with respect to security reliability interoperability etc. which need to be taken into consideration. Copyright © by QA InfoTech. All rights reserved.

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A Glimpse into the Future ● Focus on multi-cloud management ● Development in domain-specific cloud services ● Growth in application migration ● Increased focus on areas such as performance and security ● Change in healthcare local businesses real estate and many more Copyright © by QA InfoTech. All rights reserved.

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