IoT: Best IoT Testing Tools, Strategies & Products

IoT: Best IoT Testing Tools, Strategies & Products

Publish Date: July 28, 2020

Creating a cool IoT device or life changing IoT software is only the first step towards a products’ success. Executing proper QA testing on your IoT product confirms that your IoT device can withstand security threats, connectivity issues and performance malfunction. That requires a lot of testing. And with so many IoT platforms to review, so many communication protocols to test, and so many new security threats on rise, it’s impossible to carry out IoT testing manually.  The answer is simple - your team needs the right IoT testing tools for your QA strategy. But what is IoT testing? What are today’s best IoT testing tools? And what’s the best way to test IoT devices? This guide aims to answer what QA teams need to know about IoT so that your development cycle can effectively test your IoT device before launching a secure, quality product to your consumers.

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4 Ways to Streamline Your IoT Testing

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The Internet of Things, also referred to as IoT, is all about unifying the smart objects that surround us. These are objects that we instinctively think of as “smart,” like our phones, tablets, computers, and other personal, digital devices. But the IoT umbrella also includes things that we might overlook cars, bicycles, home alarm systems, coffeemakers but which have the capacity to generate, store, and share vast amounts of information about us, their owners and users.

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Our bloggers are the test management experts at QASource. They are executives, QA managers, team leads, and testing practitioners. Their combined experience exceeds 100 years and they know how to optimize QA efforts in a variety of industries, domains, tools, and technologies.

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