Are the high capital costs for the maintenance of data centres pinching your pocket?
Is the complicated architecture making software deployments time-consuming?
Are the complex legacy systems becoming too expensive to update and maintain?
Are you finding it onerous to scale applications as per the demands of growing businesses?
Do you need to move from an in-house development state to a fully managed platform?
Do you want to adopt a microservices architecture and take full advantage of Cloud offerings?
Based on the needs, a due diligence study is done on all existing applications managed in a data centre and depending upon the current state of each application one of the following is adopted to move the application infrastructure to Cloud.
In all the above scenarios Quality Assurance plays a critical role to ensure that the applications work fine after they are migrated to a Cloud infrastructure. In case of a complete rewrite on Cloud Native for a Microservices-Based architecture, not only is a complete traditional functional and non-functional testing required executed but contract testing and resiliency testing are also vital to ensure all services are developed as per requirement and built with resiliency. Following table illustrates the different types of testing that are required across Cloud adoption strategies:
When you migrate to Cloud with or without modifying your application / with or without containerizating the underlying business logic, which does not warrant for an exhaustive functional testing but at least the end-to-end business use cases need to be validated to ensure all stacks migrated to a Cloud infrastructure work as expected and are well connected. Apart from that Hexaware recommends the following tests and diagnosis to assure quality compliance for your Cloud migration:
Benefits of Hexaware’s Cloud Quality Assurance Framework
Testing to ensure the contract is developed as per consumer requirements
Our TALOS automation framework has an AWS out-of-the-box integration and is equipped with Chaos Orchestration through a dedicated UI which you can use to design your chaos test scenarios and map it to the respective microservice by executing the test. TALOS auto-kills the particular service and will run the respective test scenario and capture the application’s response to validate the expected resilient behaviour.
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