Gowri Software Solutions Performance Engineering & Testing teams have extensive experience in providing cutting edge services to clients. Gowri’s Performance Testing expertise spans a wide range of applications including client-server, web, distributed, mobile, cloud databases, high volume transaction systems, and highly complex applications. Gowri’s Performance Excellence Team provides end-to-end performance testing solutions to help our clients launch future proof applications with high responsiveness, availability, and scalability.
Performance Testing at any stage of the Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC), can comprise of several well-established test scenarios. Each designed to highlight weak points to stresses, scalability, and user environmental changes. Identify future bottlenecks and save on costly reworks. Deliver insights into every aspect of your projects performance, by creating the most predictable and reliable outcomes possible.
Gowri Software Solutions has built a dedicated Performance Testing Team that focuses on providing solutions around performance testing & engineering for our clients. Our thought process focuses on performing in-depth analysis at the component level, dynamic profiling, & capacity evaluation in addition to testing and reporting helping isolate bottlenecks and provide appropriate recommendations.
Key services provided by Gowri Software Solutions include:
- End-to-end performance engineering services
- Performance Engineering Bottleneck analysis and benchmarking
- Performance Testing Tool Feasibility
- Performance Testing as a Service & Pay as you Go service options
- Performance Testing Framework Development
- Performance Test Suite Development & Maintenance
- Application performance monitoring
Volume testing is a non-functional Performance Testing, where the software is subjected to a huge volume of data. It is also referred as flood testing. Volume testing is done to analyze the system performance by increasing the volume of data in the database.
Volume testing refers to testing a software application with a certain amount of data. This amount can, in generic terms, be the database size or it could also be the size of an interface file that is the subject of volume testing. For example, if you want to volume test your application with a specific database size, you will expand your database to that size and then test the application's performance on it.
Load testing generally refers to the practice of modeling the expected usage of a software program by simulating multiple users accessing the program concurrently. As such, this testing is most relevant for multi-user systems; often one built using a client/server model, such as web servers.
Load testing is a kind of Performance Testing which determines a system's performance under real-life load conditions. This testing helps determine how the application behaves when multiple users access it simultaneously. This testing usually identifies - The maximum operating capacity of an application.
Stress testing is a software testing activity that determines the robustness of software by testing beyond the limits of normal operation. Stress testing is particularly important for "mission critical" software but is used for all types of software. Stress tests commonly put a greater emphasis on robustness, availability, and error handling under a heavy load, than on what would be considered correct behavior under normal circumstances.
Localization does not always follow that a perfectly performing project in one country, will naturally convert to another. Localization takes into account several factors including;
- Compatibility with regional laws, regulations, and standards
- GUI compliance
- Native Usability with linguistic and culture
We deliver Usability Testing, Interface Testing, and Functional Testing in language specific ecosystems. Localization directly increases adoption and it is well documented to dramatically increase factors such as downloads and retention.
Configuration testing is the method of testing an application with multiple combinations of software and hardware to find out the optimal configurations that the system can work without any flaws or bugs.
Configuration Testing allows you to test a specified range of environments for purposes such as global distribution, project migration, and cross-platform collaboration.