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امید آرام - توسعه دهنده نرم افزار
امید آرام - توسعه دهنده نرم افزار
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انواع تست نرم افزار - قسمت ۷ (User Acceptance testing)

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User Acceptance testing

Once your product begins to take its final form, it’s time to see what the general public thinks of it. That’s where User Acceptance Testing (UAT) comes in, with the goal of assessing the software’s suitability for real-world use by end users.

It focuses on validating whether the software meets user expectations and performs the intended tasks effectively. UAT typically involves end-users or stakeholders executing predefined test cases and evaluating the software’s behavior in a realistic environment. It ensures that the software meets user requirements, functions intuitively, and provides a satisfactory user experience. UAT acts as a final validation step before software deployment, allowing stakeholders to provide feedback and confirm that the software is ready for production use.

Alpha and beta testing

If you are a gamer, you will be familiar with both of these terms. Alpha testing is the initial phase in which a software application is tested internally by the development team or a select group of users. The goal is to identify bugs, evaluate the functionality of the software, and gather feedback to improve its performance. Once alpha testing is complete, the software moves into beta testing. Beta testing involves a larger pool of external users who test the software in a real-world environment. The focus shifts to user feedback, usability, and overall user experience.

Operational Acceptance Testing OAT

In addition to testing your software on live users, you can also simulate this in a closed environment. That’s the general idea behind Operational Acceptance Testing (OAT), which focuses on evaluating factors such as performance, reliability, security, and cloud scalability of the software application when deployed in production.

It involves simulating real-world scenarios and workflows to assess how the software behaves under normal operational conditions. The main difference between beta and alpha testing and OAT is that the former is designed to gather initial user experience and feedback, while the latter is designed to verify how the system performs from a technical standpoint.

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https://stratoflow.com/types-of-software-testing

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