F5 announced the general availability of F5 NGINXaaS for Azure, an integrated solution co-developed by F5 and Microsoft that empowers enterprises to deliver secure, high-performance applications in the cloud.
Tricentis announced the general availability of Tricentis Test Automation, a cloud-based test automation solution that simplifies test creation, orchestration, and scalable test execution for easier collaboration among QA teams and their business stakeholders and faster, higher-quality, and more durable releases of web-based applications and business processes.
“While organizations are building their businesses and deploying applications on the cloud, most teams are constrained by legacy processes which are creating slow, error-prone and costly challenges due to the lack of a viable cloud-based testing solution,” said Suhail Ansari, CTO, Tricentis. “Tricentis Test Automation enables organizations to automate end-to-end quality for their integrated cloud-based solutions with faster speeds, no-code, and reduced test maintenance costs.”
Tricentis Test Automation is the next iteration of model-based testing, built specifically for enterprise applications. Tricentis Test Automation enables organizations to test end-to-end business processes and complex business applications. The next-gen solution now delivers a cloud-based, collaborative solution that enables teams to verify quality across their integrated platforms. From functional UI to API/microservices testing, the user-friendly SaaS-based solution allows anyone to quickly assemble scalable automated tests without coding or prior test automation knowledge.
Tricentis Test Automation’s key features include:
- SaaS-based - Tricentis Test Automation is a highly scalable, flexible, and easy to manage cloud-native SaaS application.
- Model-based UI test automation - Build codeless, resilient, automated tests through a unique approach that separates the automation model from the underlying application.
- Elastic execution grid (E2G) - Test faster and at scale by running multiple tests in parallel across distributed infrastructures and virtual machines.
- Playlists - Define test data and environmental coverage to prepare, configure, and orchestrate test cases for multi-app, end-to-end process testing.
- Service simulation - Develop and test applications earlier and more completely by simulating microservices that are out of a team’s control, costly, or unavailable. Virtual services and contract tests are created from recorded traffic and deploying them as needed in the DevOps process.
- API testing - Invoke http API calls or async calls, like Kafka, MQ, or Rabbit, with user-defined payloads to easily test back-end functionality without relying only on front-end test cases.