Why Virtualization Is Must For Cross Browser Testing
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Virtualization is a process that allows you to virtually access computer hardware, storage devices, and computer network resources. It is fair to say that virtualization has become a lifeline for big and small enterprises alike. By leveraging virtualization, companies are able to save both time and money over their release cycles.
As per Capgemini, “Virtualization is the foundation for cloud computing and IT-as-a-service, any organization transitioning to the cloud needs to virtualize the majority of its environment—at least 70% including business-critical applications.”
Today, everyone is taking their business online. We have online portals for B2B, B2C, and C2C services allowing everyone to represent their business over the internet. The first impression is always important and when it comes to your business then it is your website that makes the first impression over your customers. Nobody would want to mess that up. This is why, similarly to virtualization, browser compatibility testing has also become an integral practice for every release cycle. However, you may wonder about the role of virtualization for cross browser testing.
Which is why I have prepared an infographic to help you quickly understand:
- What Is Virtualization?
- Types of Virtualization
- Role of Virtualization in cross browser testing
- Challenges of virtualization
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Written by Rahul Jain
Rahul is a Digital Marketing Specialist at LambdaTest who loves to read & write about the latest technology trends, SEO, sports, and travel.
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