User Acceptance Testing, also called as beta testing is that phase of software development in which the real users or the intended audience test the software. Real users validate if the application can perform the required tasks in real-world scenarios as per the specifications.
UAT is the last phase of software testing process. In this type of testing, two or more end users perform end to end testing considering the real-world scenarios and their experiences are shared with the developers who make the final modifications before the newly developed software is rolled out to the market.
Black Box Testing analyzes the functionalities without letting the testers see the internal code.
It tests the software against certain criteria and specifications which are predefined by the project team and agreed upon in a contract.
It includes legal and governmental regulations and examines the software’s compliance with the regulations.
This type of testing ensures that the workflows are in place to allow the software to be used.It includes workflows for backup plans, maintenance processes and security checks.