We have recently released version 9.2 of our Testing Portfolio with a number of features and fixes that you don’t want to miss. Here’s the highlights, but you can find more details in our release notes.
As clients modernize their applications and their associated delivery processes one thing we are hearing from them clearly is that their need to validate these applications under load is a top priority. In order to meet this demand we have been working closely with cloud delivery teams to build a solution which enables users to scale their existing performance test capabilities from local PCs, to Cloud hosted and Hybrid scenarios.
Daily builds need daily testing. In continuous engineering, you develop many releases. You need to test all these releases. Continuous engineering requires continuous testing.
Performance is an important aspect of your application. So, you want to test the performance. Low-intensity performance testing could be useful for you. In low-intensity Performance Tester, you sample only the response times.
If you test daily, you want to see which build shows a different performance. Performance Tester provides a report that provides visual insight.
I am excited to say that we have recently released version 188.8.131.52 of our Testing Portfolio which contains a number of features and fixes that you won’t want to miss. Here are the highlights but you can find more details in our release notes.
One of the areas we have been working on is standardization across the portfolio of products, with a view to ensuring that common integrations exist for all of the products and not just some of them.
During conversations with clients, Al Wagner and I often hear some false statements, what we call myths about continuous testing. A few of these myths are “Continuous Testing is just another kind of DevOps flavor”, and “Continuous Testing is just about running test scripts”.
We know these statements are not true. Continuous Testing is much more and is a critical part of DevOps, so much so that knowing what it is and practicing it can really impact your bottom line.