Reducing risk around the interface between software components
Integrating new software into legacy systems or interfacing new modules coded in isolation by different teams is a pivotal moment in the development process. It’s vital to step back and look at the bigger picture, so that any issues arising as the different components operate in combination are identified as early as possible.
Making integration testing part of the testing cycle and planning sufficient test coverage will verify whether or not two or more modules interact correctly, as expected, to support the full end-to-end operation of a system.
Digivante has years of experience of working with clients to expose issues with the interaction between integrated units, whether these include different databases, separate platforms, new modules, legacy systems or other software components.
In being able to mobilise our global testing community to identify significant issues and isolate the failures at an early stage, we quickly assess how coupled software systems interact, so any anomalies can be promptly rectified.
This is a much more cost-efficient route to remediation than waiting until the user acceptance phase or, even worse, the go-live.
Our services for integration testing
We can advise on which of the following services will support fast, efficient integration testing for your business by applying best practice:
Regression TestingSupport to release new functionality and features at speed
Test PlanningGetting testing right, right from the start
Test Case ExecutionProfessional testing services to support your innovation strategy
Writing Test CasesBest practice applied throughout this essential phase in the QA lifecycle
Get in touch and we’ll call you back to discuss how Digivante helps to reduce risk when integrating different software components by delivering:
- Validation that multiple modules work together as intended and designed
- Detection of issues related to the interface between modules to support fast mitigation
- Extensive system-wide coverage, as opposed to unit and system testing that are specific to individual modules