Non validating environment
With digital solutions backed by regulatory and science expertise, we offer you the ability to manage chemicals used to manufacture your products.Manage your chemical compliance needs with the help of UL’s global regulatory expertise and software resources.A production environment can be thought of as a real-time setting where programs are run and hardware setups are installed and relied on for organization or commercial daily operations.
Production environment is a term used mostly by developers to describe the setting where software and other products are actually put into operation for their intended uses by end users.
This may happen because when a product or application is build as per the specification but these specifications are not up to the mark hence they fail to address the user requirements.
Validation is basically done by the testers during the testing. Incidents can also be of type ‘Question’ where the functionality is not clear to the tester.
In a testing environment, a product is still being used theoretically.
Users, typically engineers, look for bugs or design flaws.
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In the production environment, the product has been delivered and needs to work flawlessly.