Need a specialized, dedicated team to verify and validate your new program, product, system, or application? Our highly skilled and established QA and testing team can perform all critical functions including creation of test data, manual trials, and the use of modern automation tools for unit, integration, system, and load testing.

End-to-End Testing

The end-to-end testing technique is used to test the flow of an application from the beginning to the end. The aim of youngsoft’s end-to-end testing is to identify system dependencies and to ensure that data integrity is maintained between various system components and systems.

Our experts test the entire application for critical functionalities: such as communicating with the other systems, interfaces, databases, networks, and other applications. Along with it our end-to-end testing service:

  • Verifying the system flow
  • Ensure the correctness of the application
  • Increasing test coverage areas
  • Ensures a process continues to work after modification and variations
  • Validate, each step in the process is completed
  • Detecting issues associated with the subsystem
End - End Testing
  • Verifying the system flow
  • Ensure the correctness of the application
  • Increasing test coverage areas
  • Ensures a process continues to work after modification and variations
  • Validate, each step in the process is completed
  • Detecting issues associated with the subsystem
Manual Testing

Our test managers have the experience to ensure that test coverage is complete and intensive. And also in proportion to the business risks involved.
Manual Testing services include:

Manual Testing
  • Unit Testing
  • Link Testing
  • Systems Integration Testing
  • Load Testing
  • Early Life Support
  • Requirement Traceability (Analysis)
  • Unit and System-level including functional and non-functional
  • Test case design/script/automation framework
  • Test executions, results, defect summary report
  • Status reports and DRE metrics
Automation Testing

Youngsoft has expertise in the automation of manual test scripts, and the production of automated regression packs. Our veteran team identifies the functional areas that are optimal for automation, and develops automated test scripts that are easy to manage and continuously reused. Functional Test Automation services include:

AutoTesting
  • Identify manual test scripts that can be automated
  • Calculate the return on investment on automated testing
  • Provide a structured test automation approach
  • Build modular-based test automation scripts
  • Build automation core foundation based on keyword-driven tests
  • Automated tests in agile projects and making them a part of constant integration
  • Provide cloud-based solutions for offshore test automation
  • Identify manual test scripts that can be automated
  • Calculate the return on investment on automated testing
  • Provide a structured test automation approach
  • Build modular-based test automation scripts
  • Build automation core foundation based on keyword-driven tests
  • Automated tests in agile projects and making them a part of constant integration
  • Provide cloud-based solutions for offshore test automation
AutoTesting
API Testing

API (Application Programming Interface) determines how one component should interact with the other. Youngsoft’s API consists of a set of routines, protocols, and tools for building the software applications which enable:

API Testing
  • Unit Testing, to review the functionality of individual APIs
  • Functional Testing, to test end to end functionality of the API layer
  • Security Testing, involves miscellaneous types of security checks such as penetration testing, authentication, encryption, and access control
  • Web UI Testing, the end-to-end testing of the entire system using the APIs
API Testing
  • Unit Testing, to review the functionality of individual APIs
  • Functional Testing, to test end to end functionality of the API layer
  • Security Testing, involves miscellaneous types of security checks such as penetration testing, authentication, encryption, and access control
  • Web UI Testing, the end-to-end testing of the entire system using the APIs
Security Testing

Software must be protected against malicious attacks from intruders. Security Testing uncovers vulnerabilities, threats, and risks in a software application. A comprehensive security test will identify all possible loopholes and weaknesses of the software system which, if left unrectified, might result in a loss of information, revenue, and reputation by employees or outsiders with malicious intent. Universally, there are five common deliverables in any Security Testing engagement and report:

  • Security & Risk Assessment Overview
  • Vulnerabilities Report
  • Detailed Technical Findings & Descriptions
  • Recommendations for Remediation
  • Key Success Factor – Extensive vulnerability coverage using Open Source security tools such as WebSecurify, OWASP ZAP, SSL Checker, etc.
Security Testing
Security Testing
  • Security & Risk Assessment Overview
  • Vulnerabilities Report
  • Detailed Technical Findings & Descriptions
  • Recommendations for Remediation
  • Key Success Factor – Extensive vulnerability coverage using Open Source security tools such as WebSecurify, OWASP ZAP, SSL Checker, etc.
Perfomance Testing

Performance Testing measures the system in terms of responsiveness and stability under various workloads.

Key attributes of the system will be measured including resource usage, throughput, scalability, and reliability at capacity.

PerfomanceTesting

Performance Testing includes:

  • Determining Server Performance at Different Loads
  • Validating Server Support of a Fixed Number of Users
  • Finding the Server’s Crash Point
  • Measuring Server Hardware Performance
  • Discovering Request Processing Time
  • Viewing Virtual User Data
  • Verifying Server Responses
  • Running Single-User Tests
  • Creating Load Tests Based on Functional Tests

Performance Testing includes:

  • Determining Server Performance at Different Loads
  • Validating Server Support of a Fixed Number of Users
  • Finding the Server’s Crash Point
  • Measuring Server Hardware Performance
  • Discovering Request Processing Time
  • Viewing Virtual User Data
  • Verifying Server Responses
  • Running Single-User Tests
  • Creating Load Tests Based on Functional Tests
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