Automate the testing of the Migrated system from legacy to microservices platform
Customer alert responsiveness improved by orders of magnitude. Kafka adoption simplified. Latency lowered resiliency increased. Secure, a scalable design implemented.
The company has a utility holding with its headquarters in Minneapolis, Minnesota. It provides energy-related products and services to millions of electricity and natural gas customers across our eight states: Colorado, Michigan, Minnesota, New Mexico, North Dakota, South Dakota, Texas, and Wisconsin.
The company was established in 1909 and is responsible for providing power and other services to many states in the US. It has energy sources that include nuclear, natural gas, and renewable energy as well. One of its programs serves 75000 customers and is a customisable service for maintaining home appliances.
The main aim of the project is to make a smooth transition from the legacy systems, which are old and slow, to the new microservice-based system which is fast and more efficient. The main challenge was to fetch or write the data to and from the legacy system, for which we needed some endpoints to interact with the system.
Our main focus was to create automation test scripts for all the services which can help us in functional, regression, and integration testing of the services.
Implement a practical Test Automation Pyramid with NashTech
NashTech has an impressive track record providing excellent Quality Assurance services to clients worldwide. We cover the full test automation pyramid by introducing test suites at different levels such as