Interoperability testing in the software industry refers to the testing of the software component ability to interact, exchange data, interoperate and use data information to and from between software components or systems. This type of testing is mainly conducted to make sure whether all the components are working without any flaw or difficulties as per expectations. The main risks faced during interoperability testing are unreliable performance, incorrect operation, loss of data, low maintainability and unreliable operation. This article outlines how important is interoperability testing in software testing.
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