Tricentis has announced the acquisition of Neotys, a French performance testing tool provider. As organizations grapple with the increased number of cloud-native, mobile, and enterprise packaged applications, the need for an integrated, end-to-end approach to test automation has never been greater.
Test management is defined by Wikipedia a part of the software testing process that includes the planning of tests and test cases, their execution and the storage and analysis of the tests results. This is achieved also by the integration with requirements management tools, functional software testing tools like Selenium or Cucumber, continuous integration tools like Jenkins or TeamCity, bug tracking tools like Bugzilla or Mantis, project management tools like Trello, Redmine or JIRA.
The bigger question for software development teams embarking on their test automation journey is “What to test?” My rule of thumb is “Start with the scariest code”. This presentation shares with you a framework for evaluating the ROI of writing a test for a feature and prioritizing what to test.
Mabl test automation company has announced that VeriServe Corporation, a global leader in software verification and validation, will become the official reseller of mabl in Japan. This new commercial partnership unites two organizations focused on helping software teams ensure that software meets high quality and reliability standards.
QuAck is a web-based open-source test management tool that can store test cases and test suites and execute them. It is based on a pluggable architecture that allows implementation of custom authentication providers, integration with tracking and test executing systems. This article presents the key features of QuAck.
A couple of years ago, Endava realized that the difficulties in DevOps adoption are never the automation technology but rather the ways-of-working, which require a much more fundamental change in people’s behavior and culture.
PractiTest, the leader in testing management solutions, announced that its newly-released testing automation management solution update could be used to prevent software crashes similar to the one experienced in Massachusetts when it opened up COVID-19 vaccination appointments to Priority Group 2 Phase 2 residents.