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How assured are you about your Middleware towers and endings?

Your Middleware Testing infrastructure has to stand strong.

A multi-tier architecture has disparate systems running on varied Operating Systems, that need to be interconnected to share data between them – Middleware enables this interconnectivity.

Testing Middleware is essential to:

  • Identify anomalies in multi-tier architecture
  • Ensure any change in the Multi-layered, multi-instanced and multi-connected systems is consistent
  • Understand inter dependencies in business processes and system interfaces
  • Effectively Manage frequent upgrades across platforms and applications
  • Ensure that the middleware is functionally resilient
  • Validating complex business processes, which may not be feasible post deployment, across multiple systems and geographies

Not performing Middleware testing as part of the test life cycle leaves a significant gap in test coverage and could lead to critical issues in production. Most organizations test only the upstream and downstream systems and conclude that everything works well. This would not mean that the middleware has been tested thoroughly.

What does it mean? It means that when all systems work ‘as expected’ at a very high level, the middleware works ‘well’. Cracks will appear when middleware starts working to its complete specifications -Performing transformations, validations, rule implementation, formatting, mapping, error/exception handling, logging and so on, connecting multiple up &/downstream systems with varying interface definitions.

Net Magnus has evolved a successful approach based on its vast experience in Middleware Testing. Net Magnus approach using OPUS ensures timely and quality deliveries and reduces the probability of production failures.



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