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Cloud Migration Testing For A UK Based Investment Management Company

Cloud Migration Testing For A UK Based Investment Management Company

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Testhouse was selected to provide testing services for a cloud migration project undertaken by a UK investment management firm known for its asset and portfolio management expertise.

Cloud Migration Testing For A UK Based Investment Management Company

Problem Statement

Our client, an investment management company, was on a mission to improve their analytical abilities by moving their applications and data to the cloud. They aimed to guarantee that both the database and the application could smoothly manage a specified number of transactions per second and effortlessly adapt to accommodate increased data volumes and user needs without any loss in performance. Additionally, the client strongly desired to ensure that all their data was transferred with complete coverage and accuracy during the migration process.

Solutions

  • We applied a risk-based testing strategy, focusing on vital business processes and executing dedicated test cases.
  • We conducted comprehensive automated data tests at three stages: Pre-Migration, During Migration, and Post-Migration, ensuring data accuracy throughout the process.
  • Prioritized applications for performance testing based on factors like Application Type and Business Criticality, focusing on critical applications first.
  • TH implement a phased approach to performance testing, covering Individual Queries, Concurrent Query Execution, and Growth Scenarios to address performance issues.
  • Utilized a Synthetic Data Generation Tool to create realistic test data in large volumes, enabling thorough testing under real-world data loads.
  • Employed the T-Perform Performance Framework to streamline performance testing implementation, reducing time and effort.

Key Benefits

  • Improved Customer Satisfaction
  • Seamless Scalability
  • High Availability of Application in Production
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