System Stress and Load Testing

System stress testing is run after integration testing to shake out bugs before they become critical field problems. The main objective is to "burn-in" the system in the lab environment. If the system is subject to conditions that are harsher than the field, there is a good chance that all the show stopper bugs would be caught before deploying the system in the field.

System stress testing can be divided into the following steps: (1) Feature Interference Tests (2) Interference Load Tests (3) Stress Load Tests.

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