Benchmark Tests

What are Benchmark Tests?

These are standard tests to assess how well particular types of software or hardware work. They are used to evaluate new software and hardware releases using a series of scored tests.

Are Benchmark Tests Needed?

They can be a good guide to how an application or piece of hardware works. The disadvantage of benchmark tests may not include a feature that is really important to a particular end user. In fact they may be based on features the user may not be interested in at all.

Benchmark the Project Scope by Testing!

Defining the scope of the project is key. It should reflect the project brief and project business case. At every stage of the development life cycle you should be validating that the key features, measures and objectives of the project are going to be met. If they are not being met, then stop the development and reevaluate your solutions sets.

Are there tools to help with testing?

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