System Integration And Migration Testing
CAMO’s system integration testing ensures that data flows between integrated applications are valid, correct and successful. System integration is a data intensive testing based on the depth of integration. Business rules can be complex and can impact any of the integrated applications. CAMO’s testing model focuses on key areas of failure in integrations, such as:
- Data and Data formats
- Data Volumes
- Performance Testing
- Configurations Testing
- Fault tolerance tests etc
Integration and Migration need to be designed to be highly fault tolerant so as to ensure data consistency. Failure of one system can cause data inconsistencies in others. CAMO’s testing model covers various positive and negative testing paths to ensure maximum coverage.
CAMO also uses pairwise or combinatorial testing models to find failures. Research has shown that failures are caused by interaction of few variables. So, tests that cover the interaction of these few variables is more effective. The data should effectively be a combination of many variables (t-way) interacting with each other. This increases the possibility of fault detection. The data and configuration should be effectively designed to get the best results. CAMO creates various combinations of data to increase the probability of fault detection.