- Software Automation Testing
- Machinery Jobcard Service App
- SABC Integration Development
Software Automation Testing
Why Software TestingSoftware testing is very important because of the following reasons: Software testing is really required to point out the defects and errors that were made during the development phases. Example: Programmers may make a mistake during the implementation of the software.
Project DetailsImplemented a test solution for a large organisation, area of focus
- Infrastructure Setup & Configuration
- Test Platform Training
- Test Cases Modelling
- Automation Test Case configuration
- Test Management
- Artificial Intelligence
- Testing integration to Continuous Integration
Machinery Jobcard Service App
Business ChallengeThe process of tracking work hours and stock output has always been a complicated task. Over the years, various solutions have been designed for handling these aspects in a less manually intensive way. But, albeit that they have made some progress, these solutions are still not good enough to supply accurate management reporting.
Strategy and SolutionsManual inventory systems are usually labour-intensive. They require continuous monitoring to ensure that every transaction is accounted for. As well as this, every product needs to be manually maintained at the appropriate stocking levels. It is also more difficult to share inventory information throughout the business: the lack of computerisation makes accessing inventory records a difficult process. The time your staff spend on manually monitoring inventory levels can rather be used on more productive activities within the business.
SABC Integration Development
Learn MoreAnyone who has installed OBIEE in the past few years knows that the default web/application server that comes with the installation binaries is OC4J. A lot of clients question having the application server and the BI Server on the same box, not only from an infrastructure standpoint but as well as a valid performance concern when implementing a distributed environment. You have probably heard some performance “red-flag” statements such as “don’t use OC4J if you plan to have more than 200+ users hitting the server”, etc. just like I have. And, that might be a valid statement, however, I have not personally benchmarked it with any performance testing software but it does make perfect sense once you uncover what OC4J really is. OC4J is a slimmed down version of Oracle Application Server. For those that have done an OBIEE install, you are familiar with the one installation prompt where you can choose either the standard or advanced option. If you choose advanced you are prompted to provide Oracle Application Server connection information. Otherwise, you are defaulted to OC4J. And, this version of OC4J that you get with OBIEE is a pre-packaged “StandAlone” (or, unmanaged) version that only has a little more than the basic functionality that the full-blown Oracle Application Server (OAS) has. Think of OC4J as OAS-lite.