While Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) infrastructures enable significant benefits, the complexity of these loosely coupled services pose testing challenges while absorbing time, management, and people. QualiTest’s SOA testing services address the SOA structure, interaction of services, and best-fit testing tools.
From my experience working with the team at QualiTest, QualiTest has grown into a powerhouse provider of overall Software Testing solutions both in manual testing and in test automation. The very fact that they specialize in Software Testing only, makes them uniquely positioned in this field and distinctly sets them apart from the rest of the competition in the same industry.
Robu Mohammad, Test Manager, Fuji Medical
Testing is broken into definable testing areas such as services, security, and governance. We test these using the best tools and approach applicable for each test area, testing levels within these areas for consistency and overall efficiency.
Gives us the ability to verify the proper behavior of services, build regression test suites to automate testing and understand expected behavior of services to quickly assess and validate functionality through the lifecycle of service revisions.
Utilizes performance testing to give us a concurrent, simultaneous loading agent framework from which we can determine capacity statistics of the back-end service across the range of input and client load variances. We validate Service Level Agreement rates, as well as identify bottlenecks, potential architectural weaknesses and performance dependencies.
We use interoperability testing to measure the design characteristics of a service and the run-time adherence to standards and best practices. Isolating potential interoperability issues early in the lifecycle can significantly optimize efforts of integration when exposing the service to partners and clients. This issue may build on a varying array of dissimilar web services technologies and platforms.
QualiTest assesses the risk posture and robustness of a service with regard to vulnerability, data-leakage, data privacy, and data integrity. Each web service is unique based on the schema which defines the input and response message structure of how to communicate with the service. By using the WSDL schema as the source, security tests can be built to create boundary condition tests for the service, which identify the robustness of the service handling inputs outside the range of expectation.