Wow. I've rolled out websites in the past and I can tell you that for something this massive, a two day test is .... well "woefully inadequate" is a woefully inadequate description.
As a result, full testing of the site was delayed until four to six days before the fateful Oct. 1 launch of the health care exchanges, the individual said…
“Normally a system this size would need 4-6 months of testing and performance tuning, not 4-6 days,” the individual said.
The source said there were “ever-changing, conflicting and exceedingly late project directions. The actual system requirements for Oct. 1 were changing up until the week before,” the individual said.
Of course, that's only the tip of the iceberg on this story.
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