Tricentis, a leader in enterprise continuous testing, recently announced the general availability of Tricentis Test Automation, a cloud-based test automation solution that makes it relatively easy to create, facilitate, and execute scalable tests. This enables QA teams and their business stakeholders to collaborate more easily and leads to quicker, higher-quality, and more reliable releases of web-based applications and business processes.
Model-based testing’s next evolution, Tricentis Test Automation, was created especially for enterprise applications. Businesses may test intricate business apps and end-to-end business processes utilizing Tricentis Test Automation. The user-friendly SaaS-based solution enables users to rapidly create scalable automated tests without coding or prior test automation experience, from functional UI to API/microservices testing.
“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, Chief Technology Officer, 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.”
The key features of Tricentis Test Automation are as follows:
- Model-based UI Test Automation – Create automated tests that are durable and code-free using a novel method that decouples the automation model from the underlying application.
- SaaS-based – A cloud-native SaaS platform, Tricentis Test Automation is extremely scalable, adaptable, and simple to manage.
- API Testing – Utilize user-defined payloads with HTTP API calls or async calls, such as Kafka, MQ, or Rabbit, to test back-end functions without exclusively using front-end test cases.
- Elastic execution grid (E2G) – By executing numerous tests concurrently over diversified infrastructures and virtual machines, tests may be done quickly and at scale.
- Service simulation – By replicating microservices that are beyond a team’s control, expensive, or inaccessible, applications can be developed and tested early and more thoroughly. In the DevOps process, captured traffic is used to generate virtual services and contract tests, which are then deployed as necessary.
During the beta for Tricentis Test Automation, Karen Gonzalez, Quality Engineering Manager at IHG Hotels & Resorts said, “The simulation capability in Tricentis Test Automation is going to be a powerful innovation for us on our digital transformation journey. It provides all the key enablers for our quality engineering needs and is ready for our cloud/container world of the future.”
Interested people who want to learn more about Tricentis Test Automation can register for the webinar scheduled for February 9, 2023.