Sauce Labs has announced its acquisition of TestObject, a real device mobile app testing platform. The combined solution positions Sauce Labs as a vendor providing automated testing coverage across desktops, emulators, simulators, and real devices for web applications and mobile, web, hybrid and native apps.
Software Testing Industry News: Load Testing, Unit Testing, Functional Testing
RadView has announced the release of WebLOAD 10.5. WebLOAD is a leading load testing solution for over two decades. This new version of WebLOAD includes a bundle of new features which will help companies detect critical load and performance issues.
SonarSource, a vendor of code quality management tools, has announced a $45 million USD minority investment by global venture capital and private equity firm, Insight Venture Partners.
The Apache Foundation has released the version 3.1 of JMeter. Apache JMeter is an open source software testing tool, a 100% pure Java application designed to load test functional behavior and measure performance. It was originally designed for testing Web Applications but has since expanded to other test functions.
Sauce Labs has closed $70 million in growth funding from Centerview Capital Technology, IVP and Adams Street Partners. Already in February 2015, Sauce Labs was getting $15 million from a Series D funding.
Mockito, the open source mocking framework for unit tests written in Java, has finally released its version 2, labelled 2.1.0. Mockito 2 demands even cleaner tests remove unnecessary stubs, detect incorrect code with improved argument matchers, use Java 8 answers, and more. In 2016, Mockito has estimated user base of 2M engineers – thank you very much for mocking with us! We greatly value your feedback, feature requests and contributions Mockito 2 contains 700 commits from almost 50 individual contributors.
CA Technologies has announced it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire BlazeMeter, a provider of load testing services. Founded in 2011, BlazeMeter has offices in Tel Aviv, Israel and Palo Alto.