By Robert Fox, VP Emerging Technologies, Liaison Technologies
It’s not unusual for smaller companies — and even some pretty large ones — that do on-premise data integration to have inadequate testing processes for new and modified translations maps and software upgrades. Changing a map or putting a new one straight into the production environment, or upgrading an application that uses maps without testing the consequences, can be costly. If it doesn’t work correctly, you have three choices: figure out how to fix the map, roll back the upgrade, or call tech support — all of which take time, effort and can seriously impact operations.
In a new guest blog on SandHill.com, Robert offers advice on how to set up a User Acceptance Testing (UAT) environment for on-premise integration testing. The article shares the benefits of UAT testing and the pitfalls of not testing, and provides best practices for setting up and conducting on-premise data integration testing. Read the full story on SandHill.com.