AZ-900 Microsoft Azure Fundamentals – Introduction to Cloud Computing Concepts

Cloud Computing can be defined as: The potential to hire computing power / services of most sorts. For example; compute services, storage services, networking services, databases, machine learning services, etc.) Quickly accessible. In other words, Cloud Computing services can be availed of in a short period of time. Pay-per-usage. With Cloud Computing, you should onlyContinue reading “AZ-900 Microsoft Azure Fundamentals – Introduction to Cloud Computing Concepts”

SDLC – The Waterfall Model

The Waterfall Software / System Development Life Cycle model is a cascading, consecutive approach to systems development. The model follows the principle SDLC phases step by step in a logical manner as they are detailed, beginning with planning and/or a requirements analysis and working sequentially all the way to the deployment and maintenance stages. The waterfall model allows for the absolute completion of each stage in a gradual and consistent manner. In almost all cases when the waterfall model is correctly employed, the deliverables of each stage should act as the basis for the following stage and each phase must be completed before the next phase can begin.

Software Testing – White Box Testing

White box testing is testing that is based on the internal structure of a systems code and can also be known as glass box testing, clear box testing or structural testing. White box testing typically takes place at unit level and focuses on internal system testing.