Systems Integration And Testing
System Integration Testing
System integration testing (SIT) is a high-level software testing process in which QA verifies that an application can coexist with other software systems. As part of the development process, SIT is often the first time that an entire system is tested as a whole.
There are no industry standard for SIT. Though frequently confused with user acceptance testing (UAT), SIT is conducted by testers and not end-users. SIT is often more technical the UAT testing, takes place earlier in the testing cycle and requires testing of the complete integrated solution rather than specific features.
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