Parasoft Releases Version 2020.1 of SOAtest, Virtualize, and Continuous Testing Platform
May 07, 2020

Parasoft announced the 2020.1 releases of Parasoft's enterprise solutions: SOAtest, Virtualize, and Continuous Testing Platform (CTP).

The new features in the product suite strengthen DevOps team collaboration, making it simple for customers to manage virtual services more effectively as part of the test environment.

Parasoft added key capabilities to enable remote work teams to plan, collaborate, and execute their test automation. With intelligent virtual service creation, wizards simplify the process and lower the barriers to adoption. Teams can remotely view and track performance characteristics of virtual services. They can also easily create virtual services with sequence recording and playback. Additionally, the new features include the ability to quickly associate work items with test cases in the systems of record. Together, these capabilities expand visibility and coverage across the test environment and improve team productivity.

"With the current state of the world, it's more important than ever for organizations to embrace digital transformation and for Agile teams to be able to collaborate remotely within their testing ecosystem. In this release, we focused on making that collaboration easier with preconfigured work item traceability for systems such as Jira, Xray, and VersionOne and enhancements to our testing and virtual service dashboards. With Parasoft, we've got you covered from Unit to API and Web UI testing. And, because all these technologies were built by the Parasoft team, and not assembled through acquisition, they integrate seamlessly so there's no need for you to stitch disparate tools together to achieve a consistent workflow," said Mark Lambert, VP of Products at Parasoft.

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