Cloud computing has taken hold of the business world, nearly reaching its saturation point according to multiple industry reports. The business cloud and its cloud testing capabilities are growing at an extremely fast pace due to scalability, adaptability, cost-effectiveness, and efficiency across nearly every industry.
Like anything else when it comes to innovations in technology, though, cloud testing comes with its share of drawbacks.
In this article, v2solutions evaluates cloud testing and considers the benefits, scope, testing environments, and challenges typical of the cloud testing process.
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Though cloud testing has its benefits, it is clearly not enough. Organizations that want to get a better idea of how their applications will perform should consider evaluating their critical apps with a network emulation tool before investing in major infrastructure or software upgrades and related costs. A network emulator tool can provide a consistent, secure, customizable testing environment with enhanced user protection and security against data loss, reliable test environment replication for evaluating app performance, and complete file access throughout the testing process.
If you’re looking for a reliable, secure way to test your business’ critical apps and functionality by simulating various network conditions, check out the Maxwell family of network emulators or download our whitepaper to understand how apps perform on the network, even under adverse network conditions.