Implementing automated acceptance testing
The automated acceptance test involves exercising a wide range of use cases across a wide range of test cases to achieve acceptable levels of test coverage at a system level. There are many technologies that can be used for such a process; however, often you need to implement quite complex logic, so using a traditional programming language and libraries is often a valid way to approach the problem. In this recipe, we will implement acceptance tests for the Random Forest topology and have them execute as part of the build pipeline.
You will be adding to your existing
rf-topology implementation for this recipe; however, if you haven't completed the recipe from Chapter 7, Real-time Machine Learning ...