What you’ll learn: Testing Using SOAP UI
Installation of Simple Object Access Protocol User Interface (SOAP UI)
Usage of Simple Object Access Protocol User Interface (SOAP UI)
Web services Description Language (WSDL) testing in SOAP UI
Load Testing in SOAP UI
Security Testing in SOAP UI
Representational State Transfer (REST) Testing in SOAP UI
Functional Testing in SOAP UI
Testing Using SOAP UI Description
Simple Object Access Protocol User Interface (SOAP UI) is a web service testing application for service-oriented architectures (SOA) and Representational State Transfers (REST). Its functionality covers web service inspection, invoking, development, simulation and mocking, functional testing, load, and compliance testing.
In this, you can get access to the tool by installing it or downloading the binary file for practice so that if I missed something or it got updated, you can have hands-on practice.
SoapUI Core features include:
- Web services inspection
- Web services invoking
- Web services development
- Web services simulation and mocking
- Web services functional, compliance and security testing
Below are the topics covered
- Lecture – 1 Introduction on SOAP UI
- Lecture – 2 Installation instructions for SOAP UI
- Lecture – 3 Various Components and usage of SOAP UI
- Lecture – 4 WSDL Testing using SOAP UI
- Lecture – 5 Load Testing using SOAP UI
- Lecture – 6 Security Testing using SOAP UI
- Lecture – 7 REST Testing using SOAP UI
- Lecture – 8 Functional Testing using SOAP UI
- Beginner to Simple Object Access Protocol User Interface (SOAP UI)
- All audience
Manu was born in the year 1986. He completed his diploma in Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering (DEIE) in 2005 at Krishnadeveraya Government Polytechnic. He did his Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech) in Electronics and Communication Engineering in the year 2008.
He completed a Masters in Electrical Engineering in the year 2009 at the University of Bridgeport, Bridgeport, CT US. He worked for five years in Information Technology (IT) as a Systems Analyst in the United States and has one approved patent from the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) and two filed patents. He published many articles, including research, policies, reviews, mini-reviews, editorial, short communication, and letter to the editor in various journals.
He is an IEEE Member (Member No: 80399531), member of Golden Key International Honour Society (Member No: 16342916), Member of Epsilon Pi Tau (Member No: 148800), Member of Sigma Alpha Lambda (Member Id: 206804).
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