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What is the difference between Alfa Testing and Beta Testing?
Alpha testing is performed by the testers within the organization whereas beta testing is performed by end users.
Alpha testing is a performed at developer’s site whereas beta testing is performed at client’s location.
Reliability and security testing are not performed in-depth in alpha testing while reliability, security and robustness are checked during beta testing.
Alpha testing involves both white box and black box testing whereas beta testing mainly involves black box testing
Alpha testing requires testing environments while beta testing doesn’t require testing environment.
Alpha testing requires long execution cycle whereas beta testing requires only few weeks of execution .
Critical issues and bugs are addressed and fixed immediately in alpha testing whereas issues and bugs are collected from the end users and further implemented in beta testing
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