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What is Test Bed?

The test execution environment configured for testing. Test bed consists of specific hardware, software, Operating system, network configuration, the product under test, other system software and application software.

Test Bed Configuration:

It is the combination of hardware and software environment on which the tests will be executed. It includes hardware configuration, operating system settings, software configuration, test terminals and other support to perform the test.

Example:

A typical test bed for a web-based application is given below:

Web Server - IIS/Apache
Database - MS SQL
OS - Windows/ Linux
Browser - IE/FireFox
Java version : version 6

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