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what is mittigation....?

what is mittigation....?

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HI Giri,

 

I need to correct some thing for you the  in the question its mitigation is correct spell.

 

Basically mitigation is Issue/Risk Impediment  let say

 

1.Unavailability of subject matter / technical experts such as developers and operations staff

2.Unavailability of applications to test due to delays or defects in the functionality of the system under test.

3.Lack of Connectivity/access to resources due to network security ports being available or other network blockage.

4.The script recorder fails to recognize applications .

5.Not enough Test Data to cover unique conditions necessary during runs that usually go several hours

6.Delays in obtaining or having enough software licenses and hardware in the performance environment testing.

7.Lack of correspondence between versions of applications in performance versus in active development.

8.Proper Base Line testing for the application level

9.ad-hoc approaches to performance testing

 

Regards

Satish




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Re: what is mittigation....?

Mitigation is not risk, it is the reduction of it.

Oliver
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Mitigation means lessening or easing the risks. For every kind of risks involved during performance testing process the possible mitigations should be planned.

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