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Real time testing and troubleshooting of mainframes is performed by computers linked with each other over a cloud platform best describes the term. Cloud testing involves data analysis and problem solving from a remote server. It can be considered as outsourcing the maintenance of a set of computers over the cloud. It alleviates the need of additional hardware required with the performance computers at one particular location.

Organisations need not worry about the troubleshooting and rectifying of the mainframe computers and can rely upon these cloud computers which perform the testing and amendment of the mainframe. It can be also used for data analysis and interpretation. For example, at space research organizations, data gathering and accumulation is performed by tools that are correlated with the source of the data. Stellar position and movement tracking is performed by telescopes coupled to super computers which are designed for this sole purpose. The data which is collected is then sent to the mainframes over the cloud where it is analysed and interpreted. The data is analysed and remotely evaluated for the suitable observations. Cloud testing is widely accepted for its cost-effectiveness, convenience and security. It lowers the work load on batch processing units where tasks can be minimized and abridged for better efficiency.


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