System Integration Testing
CSC’s System Integration Testing (SIT) ensures that the system meets the requirements of the formal specification document and also any implied, or ‘common sense’ requirements.
CSC performs System Integration Testing to ensure that all related systems exchange data seamlessly, verifying a system’s ability to operate as expected with other systems within the same environment. System Integration Testing requires close coordination across all streams/applications and makes sure that all systems have been integrated successfully by verifying the flows between the systems, ensuring the system that might consist of multiple sub-systems to produce the expected result.
CSC follows a Black Box approach to System Integration Testing. The focus is on testing the functional requirements for the applications. CSC's System Integration Testing will cover as many paths as possible through the application based on varying data and actions of the user.
CSC uses functional testing, performance testing, load testing, stress testing, volume testing, usability testing, etc., as part of the black box testing strategy.
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