It’s been some time since our latest major release, in fact OctoPerf v12 is probably our biggest/longest coming release to date. There’s of course been a couple of minor versions this summer and we’ll also cover them but first let’s focus on the new killer features: the scheduler, alerting through slack/mail and a better UI for the menus. The scheduler is the first item left on our original roadmap (back when OctoPerf was still called jellly.io).
Keptn is an event-driven open source project that orchestrates the process of artifact or configuration change delivery, functional or performance testing, deployment & test validation, artifact & change promotion as well as auto-remediation. One of the most popular automation processes is around deployment and test validation through Keptn’s SLI/SLO-based Quality Gate capability.
This traditional financial institution is a high-performance, full-service bank with more than 5,000 employees and the biggest in this Central European country. They operate internationally in order to meet their clients’ cross-border requirements.
Automated UI testing is a daily struggle for efficiency and reliability. A single misconfigured line of code can cost teams in hours of lost feedback time and test error triaging—potentially costing companies hundreds of thousands of dollars. In this case study we will see how interactions with only two web elements led to a 34% degradation in the test execution time.
Every company is a digital company. Whether you are a traditional e-commerce company who has been selling goods online for years, a healthcare company who recently needed to accelerate online visits for telehealth, or a company whose business model has drastically shifted due to Covid, the need for digital transformation is here.
In the first blog in this series, I talked about test speed, and why it shouldn’t be your first priority. Rather, you should focus on getting accurate test results back consistently. This week, I’ll discuss the power of parallelization in testing.
In this session, Sauce Labs Director of Product Marketing Alissa Lydon shares how Sauce Labs is delivering on its 2020 product roadmap and introduces new features including Failure Analysis, Visual End-to-End Testing, and the Sauce Testrunner Toolkit (https://saucelabs.com/platform/sauce-testrunner-toolkit).
Waldo is a no-code testing platform, that allows teams to test apps without the hassle of scripting. With the Waldo Verified Step, you can automate testing and ship your app to the users faster, directly from Bitrise.