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Quality Assurance Services

Quality Assurance Services
Tiny and invisible developer’s mistakes might result in minor malfunctions bringing user's ratings down or cause a huge impact on the whole system, affect sales or even ruin a company’s reputation.
We at Azoft treasure our clients’ reputation, that’s why we perform a vast array of testing for each product we produce bringing the number of bugs to zero.

Types of Quality Assurance

Functional and Automated Testing

Functional testing checks to ensure that a program meets the requirements stated in design documents and specifications. That service is included in all our project estimates.

  • Writing test cases

  • We examine project documentation and write test cases, which are performed for the client who then can approve them or ask for amendments.

  • Running automated tests

  • If a project is extremely complex and difficult to test, we use special programming tools to translate test cases into a programming language in order to run them automatically.

  • Performing final checks

  • We run tests again at the acceptance stage, putting the final build into production only if it has passed all tests and the PM is satisfied with the product's quality.

  • Functional tests verify that an app or service meets all requirements stated in specifications and design documents. All weak points are offered in a bug report.
  • To reduce time and costs, we developed Imagrium – a cross-platform mobile app testing framework based on image recognition technology.
  • This sample report shows QA metrics of an average product build.
  • At Azoft we perform load tests to determine places in structure and code that can be improved. Here is a real-project data showing the results of such optimisation.
  • Visualization of MyEvents load testing process.

Load Testing of Web Apps and Services

We specialise in two types of load testing: volume testing and stress testing.

  • Volume testing

  • In this case, we subject software to large amounts of incoming data for a given period of time to determine whether the system successfully handles the required volume of data. For this task, we configure load-generating tools to produce the required load and monitor the system to identify any performance degradation and load-related errors.

  • Stress testing

  • This testing studies a program's response to bursts of activity. We at Azoft use load-generating tools to emulate peaks of activity and determine the limits beyond which the system risks losing its operability. For example, we can determine the maximum number of requests per second a system can successfully handle using a specific hardware and software configuration.

    All weak points and recommendations are described in a report.

Security Testing of Web Apps

Security testing provides evidence that an application sufficiently fulfills its functions under hostile or malicious attacks. This includes discovering unauthorized access to private data or privileges and security breaches that might cause undesired behavior of a program.

  • Vulnerability scanning of web applications

  • We search for known security issues by using automated tools to check software against known vulnerability issues in existing databases. The vulnerability report is automatically generated by tools without manual verification or interpretation.

  • Vulnerability assessment of web applications

  • When the report is ready, we interpret the results, remove false and unnecessary vulnerabilities and provide security recommendations.

  • Automated tools check software against known vulnerability issues in existing databases.
  • This sample vulnerability report gives the exact idea of how we test apps and services.
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