QALogic Testing Services ensures that product testing process does not remain restricted to sinking risks, but increases you control and makes testing objectives positive to business goals by cutting time & costs. For this purpose, we offer various types of SOA and web services testing to ensure that your Service Oriented Architecture is strong, scalable and secure.
QALogic web services and SOA testing include the following key steps:
Step 1: Functional and Regression Testing
Our comprehensive web services and SOA testing begins with functional and regression testing. A preview leads to creation of desired regression test cases that help quick assessment of web services. This also encourages software testing experts to apply varying techniques and tools for quick and regular assessment and validation of web services. Our focus on simple test case setup and management reduces the time required for functional and regression testing processes and ensures faster market introduction.
Step 2: Load/Performance Testing
Load, Performance and soak tests represent the next step in our approach toward effective web services and SOA testing. Network and security engineers verify the scalability and consistency of web applications while QA analysts keep tab on and establish detailed performance and endurance parameters governing WSDL operations. QALogic Testing Services experts well aware of latest software testing methodologies, including API testing, authenticate performance profiles, response time, stress factor, load capacity, limitations, and latency for targeted web services. Our testers carry out tests for specified durations to assess endurance and strength of individual WSDL profiles. We make target web services receive a range of SOAP messages and across different client specification to find out scalability potential.
Step 3: Interoperability Testing
web services and SOA testing also includes simultaneous testing of design-time WSDL and run-time web service interoperability, which assure seamless integration of operating system and programming language with other IT assets. Assessment of interoperability characteristics of consumer applications related to design-time and run-time of a web service is vital for loading a WSDL. Engineers at QALogic Testing Services software testing company carry out comprehensive WSI profile tests using a range of tools and make sure there are no interoperability problems with WSDL of target web services. This helps establish error-free adherence to WSI, which in turn demonstrates that SOA assets are interoperable and WSDL able to operate in sync with diverse .NET and Java environments. Along with design-time WSDL, we also carry out run-time interoperability testing by creating specific test suites. The approach involves sending exclusive messages to web services to determine whether the targeted service responds according to WSI profile specifications.
Step 4: Vulnerability Assessment
Vulnerability assessment or security test is the last step in our web services and SOA testing. Experienced security experts at QAlogic software testing lab perform active web service vulnerability assessment through skillful creation of specialized tests. All possible vulnerabilities are thoroughly tested, and we make sure that critical web services remain free from recursive payloads, schema poisoning, buffer overflows, and other threats, including malware traveling over SOAP messages. Our detailed SOA risk mitigation approach ascertains severity levels and exposure areas, offers vulnerability diagnosis, and suggests remediation techniques.