Cloud interoperability testing for web applications – part 1: Interoperability testing between the CSC and CSP

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Q.4042.1

Cloud interoperability testing for web applications – part 1: Interoperability testing between the CSC and CSP

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Cloud interoperability for web applications refers to the interaction between the cloud service customer (CSC) and the cloud service provider (CSP) to obtain predictable results, collaboration among different web applications and consistency and interoperability of a management interface across different web applications.
 
Recommendation ITU-T Q.4042.1, which is part 1, specifies the cloud interoperability test objectives for web applications between the CSC and CSP.
 
These test objectives are developed on the basis of cloud computing interoperability testing objectives specified in Recommendation ITU-T Q.4040. The test cases for cloud interoperability testing for web applications are also introduced in the appendices.

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December 2018
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