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In software development, there are plenty of testing methodology that one can adopt during the software lifecycle. Is there anyone aware of a testing methodology that is infrastructure oriented or that can simply be applied to implement tests for an infrastructure instead of a software ?

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closed as not constructive by Zoredache, Khaled, Ward, Magellan, Scott Pack Nov 2 '12 at 1:42

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This is a developing field, but have a look at a question that covers some of your questions: Best practice for testing chef recipes?

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