Definition of Performance Testing Period


Performance Testing Period means a period of time during which the State, by appropriate tests and production runs, evaluates the performance of newly installed Equipment and Software prior to its acceptance by the State.


Performance Testing Period means a period of time during which the university, by appropriate tests and production runs, evaluates the performance of newly installed equipment and software prior to its acceptance by the University

Performance Testing Period means a period of time during which the State, by appropriate tests and production runs, evaluates the performance of newly installed Equipment and Software prior to its acceptance by the State. ee) "Period of Maintenance Coverage" means the period of time, as selected by the State, during which maintenance services are provided by the Contractor for a fixed monthly charge, as opposed to an hourly charge for services rendered. The Period of Maintenance Coverage consists of the Principal Period of Maintenance and any additional hours of coverage per day, and/or increased coverage for weekends and holidays.

Examples of Performance Testing Period in a sentence

Simple functionality tests without the application of ‘live load’ are not considered to be part of the Performance Testing Period.
Where Performance Testing is performed in stages, any periods between the applications of ‘live load’ are not considered to be part of the Performance Testing Period.
Extensions to the estimated Construction Period do not automatically extend the Performance Testing Period or the estimated Defects Liability Period, and any request for extension to these periods will only be considered at terms and conditions to be agreed by the Insurer (acting reasonably).
Any testing and/or commissioning that exceeds the Performance Testing Period stated in the Schedule will continue to be covered only after the Insurer’s prior approval is obtained.
Where Performance Testing is performed in stages, any period between the application of ‘live load’ is not considered to form part of the Performance Testing Period.