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IBM WebSphere: Deployment and Advanced Configuration by Roland Barcia, Keys Botzum, Tom Alcott, Bill Hines

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Testing

T1. Have unit, integrated, performance, functional, and acceptance testing been completed satisfactorily? What are the detailed, reproducible, and carefully reviewed results of these tests? Can all service-level agreements, such as response time under a peak-simulated load, be met, including the overhead of authentication/authorization if they are required? Is this also the case when failover is occurring during some reasonable failure scenarios?

T2. Has failover been verified by “disconnecting” components to simulate runtime failures? Do any single points of failure exist, and has the “Rule of Threes” been taken into account? Has this testing been done while load testing is under way to test the behavior under load?

T3. Was testing done ...

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