|Overview: Operational Testing|
Tests that confirm that a product, service, system or document meets operational requirements.
Also Known As
Operational Acceptance Testing
What is Operational Testing?
John Spacey, updated on January 14, 2017
Operational testing is a type of non-functional acceptance testing that confirms that a product, service, process or system meets operational requirements.Operational requirements include things such as performance, security, stability, maintainability, accessibility, interoperability, localization, backup, recovery and support documentation. Such requirements are typically developed by business operations teams who are responsible for maintaining and operating a process, system or service.
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