Testing levels

Integration testing services

The integration testing phase is unique because it’s the first time individual components are being put together and tested. To achieve the best result and avoid unnecessary headaches in the future, skilled and experienced QA support is essential.

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We can help

Validate complex integration workflows

Stuck in integration testing? We know the struggle. This phase usually takes most of the time, compared to other stages, so experienced QA engineers, developers, and effective communication are critical to ensure success.

Functional testing is a software testing type you are looking for. With the knowledge, tools, and proven track record, we can ensure you get through the integration testing phase faster.

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Manual testing & Test automation

Key to optimized integration testing

To reduce the time required for the integration testing phase, you should utilize both manual testing and test automation in parallel. With 10+ years of experience in the QA business, we can deliver exactly what you are looking for.

Test automation

Test automation is a huge resource and time saver in the long run. We can automate repeatable regression test cases and enable CI/CD, rapid regression tracking, and performance testing at scale. If you are looking for a reliable test automation partner, you just found one.

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Manual testing

To streamline your integration testing phase, we supplement test automation with manual testing, giving it a small amount of human touch. Additionally, we have thousands of real devices just for this reason, so we can cover numerous scenarios to ensure everything is covered, including edge cases.

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Approach for every use case

There are three most common integration and testing approaches. We can either help you select the most appropriate approach for your needs and continue with testing activities or adjust to your choice and perform in-depth integration testing.

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The difference

In-house vs Outsource teams

Integration testing is usually done by QA engineers, but there are a few differences when it’s being done by internal or external teams. Plan and choose wisely!

  • In-house
  • Initial product understanding
  • Unbiased perspective
  • Flexibility to scale instantly
  • Around-the-clock coverage
  • Cross-product exposure

Additional information about in-house vs outsourced QA team strengths and weaknesses can be found in why TestDevLab section.

Tech Stack

Tools used for maximum flexibility

Effective integration testing requires both the right people and toolset in place to fully optimize the process and achieve the best results possible.

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CI/CD Tools

  • Jenkins
  • Circleci
  • Travis CI
  • GitLab CI/CD
  • Github Actions
  • Bamboo
  • AWS CodePipeline
  • TeamCity
  • Azure Pipelines
  • go

and others

Test Management

  • XRAY
  • TestRail
  • Zephyr
  • TestLink

and others

Project Management

  • Jira
  • Trello
  • Asana
  • ClickUp

and others

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Test your solution better. Faster. Together.

Test your solution faster and more thoroughly by working with quality assurance experts who will help you develop a testing solution tailored to your needs.

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