GENI Racks Acceptance Tests

The GPO has two approaches to validate the implementation of the GENI Rack Requirements: the GENI AM API Acceptance Tests developed by the GPO software group and used by GENI Racks teams to verify compliance to the AM API, and the GENIRacks Acceptance Test Plan to validate each GENI Rack solution before broad deployment. The GENIRacks Acceptance Test Plan validates major requirements from the GENI Rack Requirements that are not covered by the AM API Acceptance Tests. Areas validated by the GENIRacks Acceptance Test Plan include:

  • Experimenter Acceptance Tests: Validate experimenter requirements are met by Rack
  • Integration Acceptance Tests: Validate integrated solution meets the GENI Rack requirements
  • Monitoring Acceptance Tests: Validate that monitoring features are production-level
  • Aggregate Owner Acceptance Checklist: A checklist of items whose existence and access and content is verified
  • Aggregate Owner Acceptance Tests: Validation that GENI Racks are production-ready is initially covered by the Aggregate Owner Acceptance Tests.

GENI Racks System Acceptance Test Plans

Although the acceptance criteria are the same for each of the GENI Racks solutions, system Acceptance Test plans are defined for each GENIRack project:

For overall project details see the individual project:

Software Specific Acceptance Tests

As the GENI AM API, monitoring, and stitching architectures evolve, specific tests are sometimes run to verify that implementations are inter-operable and compatible. These tests were not part of the initial rack system acceptance tests, and are not actively maintained, but are listed here for reference.

GENI Racks System Acceptance Test Plans

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