End-to-End Testing

Ensure your system operation
Any trading system is a complex and interconnected entity that consists of multiple subsystems and services. Any failing parts may crash the entire system. Our engineers know how to test various dependencies using real-life trading use cases to ensure all integrated pieces work together as described in the requirements.
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What is End-to-End Testing?

End-to-end (E2E) testing implies that a system is complete and ready for integration with other services. E2E testing verifies system readiness against real-world use cases with the support of various external integrations such as a company’s CRM.

No trading application exists in a bubble. A web terminal cannot operate alone when it is not supported by an integrated database, proper network connectivity, non-conflicting hardware, and so on. The services we provide as part of our E2E solution aim to create a customized QA process that supports the application, not as an individual node, but as a unified entity of various subsystems.

What is End-to-End Testing?

Some Examples to Get You Going

We have mastered all testing practices, with E2E being among the most essential for creating a well-functioning system. Whether your processes start at a trading terminal’s web-interface or are limited to backend financial model computing, we apply the most relevant and modern methods to work on your cases.

Backend

E2E ensures server-side components are compatible, like a database and the app core. For example, if we reverse this, the server may store order information incorrectly or not at all for future reference by other services.

Distributed Environment

As most fintech products are based on a service-oriented architecture with the support of quote gates, matching engines, and other components, E2E becomes essential for all services to work together.

Interaction Accuracy

If your application supports multiplatform, your application requires E2E. Featuring frontend for various devices and environments requires thorough E2E testing to ensure the best user experience in relation to cross-browser compatibility, different smartphone and desktop operating systems, different methods of input, and so on.
Web-Based Trading Application

Web-Based Trading Application

As a one example of how E2E testing can be applied to web-based trading applications, our engineers will help you check the integration of spot charts with order entry (OE) forms in which users can click any quote to submit an order using the interface from the OE form. This will take the user to a book-keeping widget with a freshly issued order now displayed.

This use case is supported by backend components where charts and OE forms depend on quote providing components, order entry forms depend on database integration for order storage, and the book-keeping widget depends on proper backend processing for trades to be filled during specified market conditions.

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