A comprehensive, hands-on guide to state-of-the-art network systems testing A proven, inexpensive way of avoiding network slowdowns and failures, proactive network systems testing helps you to stop problems before they occur. The most complete, hands-on guide to network systems testing available, The Art of Testing Network Systems supplies you with all the hands-on guidance and information on testing tools you need to keep your network up and running. Based on Robert W. Buchanan's decade of experience in product management, testing, consulting, and network administration at a number of leading network vendors and large users, The Art of Testing Network Systems: Schools you in cutting-edge testing procedures, test configurations, and data collection and interpretation techniques Shows you how to make testing an integral part of existing network management and troubleshooting tools and procedures Provides detailed instructions on how to conduct testing on network applications and presentation layers, including client-server applications, database servers, and GUIs Describes techniques for testing network transport layers, routers, switches, hubs, and WAN links Features a comprehensive reference of available network testing products and tools Includes instructive case studies from leading companies including American Express, Boeing, Motorola, Lehman Brothers, MCI, and American AirlinesThe three categories of software functional testing usually require test script tailoring. Often ... Ease of use, management, configuration, and support testing are primarily manual tasks that do not require automated test scripts. They do require aanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Art of Testing Network Systems|
|Author||:||Robert W. Buchanan|
|Publisher||:||Wiley - 1996-04-26|