Site Acceptance Testing
Site Acceptance Testing is the stage where the customer conducts testing for the components supplied under the project scope and tests the conformance of the delivered solution to the Solution Definition Document and functional specifications. The Site Acceptance Testing stage includes 3 parts: integration testing, performance testing, and user acceptance testing. This testing stage also utilizes test plans and scenarios created earlier in the project lifecycle by the customer team.
Site Acceptance Testing (SAT) includes:
The Integration, Performance, and User Acceptance Testing approach and Plan documented during the design phase is now used. Also, data to represent real business scenarios is used during testing.
The customer performs integration testing of ViryaNet G4 with the customer applications to ensure all integration points are functioning as specified in the requirements and technical design documentation. Also, the customer performs end-to-end integration tests and verifies data flow between the integration points (API) with the customer systems.
Performance testing of the system is completed in an appropriate environment to ensure that all agreed-to non-functional performance requirements are met. This basic performance testing ensures the application performance is within tolerance, based on order and user volumes.
User Acceptance Testing (UAT) validates that the solution supports the business in its day-to-day operations and the customer's defined requirements and end-to-end business processes. The UAT phase is managed and executed by the customer, where the selected users perform the tests as they relate to business processes. Representatives of the customer's end-user community test all new functional processes.
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