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What is Non-Functional Testing?

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What is Non-Functional Testing?

Non-Functional Testing is performed to verify the non-functional characteristics of the software like performance, security, etc.

 

Difference between Functional and Non-Functional Testing: While the Functional Testing verifies where the Application is functioning correctly according to the requirements, Non-Functional testing verifies the non-functional characteristics of the Application like performance, security, reliability etc.  Both functional and non-functional testing is required to be performed to release the product successfully into the market.

 

Different types of non-functional testing: The following are the different major types of non-functional testing:
  • > Performance Testing
  • > Security Testing
  • > Reliability Testing
  • > Stress Testing
  • > Volume Testing
  • > Endurance Testing
  • > Usability Testing
  • > Resilience Testing
  • > Recovery Testing
  • > Baseline Testing
  • > Compliance Testing

Conclusion: Non-Functional Testing is performed on the application to verify the non-functional characteristics like Performance, Security etc.

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