Functional performance testing is vital in a microservices architecture, as network traffic volumes can impact latency times, and different services can run at different speeds depending on traffic. Not only that, traffic types may have a different impact on each microservice or business function. It’s essential therefore to rigorously test multiple devices and systems, which could be running separate protocols.
Emblasoft’s JSON, REST and Microservices functional testing solution provides the ability to simulate and test a large number of clients, or devices, using different protocols in order to ensure scalability and validate required performance under real-world conditions.
Our software-based solution can verify a large set of the functionality available using http, including JSON and REST interfaces, in any microservices architecture.
Emblasoft functional testing of REST, JSON and Microservices enables:
The creation of functional test cases for any REST-based web service over http, or as an integration test activity for the application.
The simulation and triggering of different device behaviours
Functional testing of the terminal-dependent UAProf
Our solution can load-test high numbers of calls to a service or transfer large volumes of data on to the network to ensure rigorous performance testing, which is essential for discovering service degradation between microservice and application builds.
Test cases for functional testing can then be re-used as a template for subsequent performance testing.
Simulate and test different load patterns to mirror large number of simultaneous users and live traffic patterns, and perform realistic load-, stress-, and other characteristics-tests.
Emblasoft can also automate test case execution in a quick and simple way, both at a node level or the system level.
From innovation, to validation and smooth operation, our solutions help operators and equipment vendors deliver outstanding services and performance to their customers.
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