| John Spacey, March 05, 2016 updated on January 16, 2017
Non-function testing is a broad term for any test designed to validate that a product, service, system or document meets a non-functional requirement.
Non-functional RequirementsNon-function requirements include things such as accessibility, architecture, information security, compliance, operations, design, disaster recovery, performance and quality that aren't consider core business functions. What is non-function to one business may be functional to another so there is no universal classification of non-functional requirement.
NotesIn many cases, an organization has no specific activity called "non-functional testing." Instead, it is separated into practices such as information security testing, performance testing, operational readiness testing and compliance testing.
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