Testim, a vendor of AI based software testing solutions, has announced it has closed $10 million in Series B funding to address the global demand for continuous testing. This funding round was led by SignalFire. Meron Capital and existing investors Lightspeed Venture Partners, NHN Ventures and Spider Capital also participated in the round, bringing the total amount of capital Testim has raised to $19.5 million.
Software Testing Industry News: Load Testing, Unit Testing, Functional Testing
The GenRocket test data generation platform has announced the ability to integrate with all major test automation frameworks and continuous integration/continuous delivery (CI/CD) platforms to enable continuous testing operations in a DevOps approach.
Sauce Labs, the provider of the continuous software testing cloud solution, has announced the acquisition of Screener, a vendor of automated visual testing solutions. The goal is to to include non-functional testing alongside functional testing to deliver a more comprehensive experience to customers.
Fuzzbuzz has landed a $2.7 million seed round of financing to help deliver a fuzzing version of automated software testing as a cloud service. Fuzzing is a software testing methodology that tests code 24 hours a day, using the feedback and results it gathers to generate new test cases.
Sauce Labs, the vendor of continuous testing cloud solution, has announced that it has secured a $50 million growth investment from Riverwood Capital. In conjunction with the funding, Jeff Parks from Riverwood Capital will join the Sauce Labs Board of Directors.
Functionize, a vendor of a cloud-based software testing solution, has announced the closing of a Series-A investment of $16 million led by Canvas Ventures. This financing accelerates the market adoption of Functionize’s proprietary natural language processing (NLP) solution for enterprise-level software testing. Now testers and developers can experience the true value of a cloud-first approach, expediting testing and speeding up the entire development cycle.
The Pacific NorthWest Software Quality Conference (PNSQC) wants you to come and share your knowledge and experience on October 14-16 2019 in Portland, Oregon. We want to hear about your journey growing quality software: share your software testing techniques, automation awareness, preferred processes, souped up security measures, performance passions and more! You have until April 1 to submit a technical paper of what you would like to present in October at PNSQC.