Sauce Labs Launches Test Analytics Platform

Sauce Labs has announced Sauce Labs Test Analytics, the latest addition to the Sauce Labs Automated Testing Cloud. This latest release provides users with near real-time, multi-dimensional test analytics to optimize resources and release software faster.

Sauce Labs Test Analytics platform allows users to dig deep into test results to identify critical trends. Executives can leverage a high level dashboard to get an overview of test coverage, feature readiness and releases, while more technical users can easily narrow down into individual tests to identify common failures.

Key benefits of Sauce Labs Test Analytics

Quick Analysis of Data: Features an interactive click and drag GUI, providing visualization of test metrics such as number of tests, pass/fail and error rates, and more. Users can identify trends and make changes to code or practices to increase pass rates and speed code releases.

Easy Access to Build and Test Statistics: Empowers users to dig deeper into builds and test failures. By knowing the underlying cause of test failures in aggregate, steps can be taken to resolve problems that impact the most number of tests, speeding up the overall process.

Ability to Identify Errors with the Help of Multidimensional Filters: Provides quick insight into success/failure rates by build, platform, browser, department or user. Users can drill down to specific test problem areas, with a five second granularity, to identify the root cause of systemic testing errors, and compare app stability on the latest platforms.

Optimize Your Tests to Maximize Efficiency: Lets users view the level of parallelization of their tests along with concurrency usage. By optimizing tests run in parallel, you can execute more test cases, faster and use your Sauce concurrency more efficiently.

Powerful REST API: Analytics test trend data is also available for consumption via Sauce Labs’ REST APIs. Users can aggregate analytics data into their home-grown dashboard or test analytics tools, providing a unified view of test data.