As a tester, developer, or test manager, you must love shopping — specifically for test management tools? But the dilemma is that you have too many options, right? The pressure to vet software to make sure it is market ready is increasingly becoming complex and tricky, and vendors are not making it easy by providing a myriad of multifunctional test management solutions. Have you considered narrowing down your options with simple 'what can it do for me' pointers?
We’ve just announced a new version of the ConnectALL Integration Platform that integrates QMetry Test Management into your DevOps and agile infrastructures. This version also brings additional enhancements for current ConnectALL users. If you use QMetry Test Management, or plan to bring it into your infrastructure, then this is great news.
Here at Go2Group, we know your teams don't use just one tool – that's why we've been working hard to integrate more and more applications. Agile and DevOps teams use tools that meet their needs; developers use the applications that work best for them. QA/testing use their tools of choice, as do resource management, operations, management, and others.
Many customers have told us they would like to see test case structure during the test execution. synpaseRT NextGen 8.6 is out now with "Test Suite View" in the Test Cycle page! After collecting feedback from our customers, we've added other new features.
Software testing is an important component in software development. It is difficult to efficiently develop new software without effective testing. JIRA – one of the most popular tools for agile product development – helps development teams easily manage requirements, bugs, and tasks.
The new version of synapseRT NextGen, version 8.3, delivers new features and improvements that you've been requesting. At Go2Group, we strive to regularly update our products to meet the customers' needs. In our latest version, released today (8/3/16), we've addressed many of our customers' requests.
Having effective test management tools, and properly implementing and managing them, is an essential component of application development. In part one of this series, I explored test case management and tree structures.
In part one of this series I described how important a test case tree structure is as a test management tool, and how using a tree structure can benefit a Quality Assurance (QA) team. In this blog, I will introduce the second important activity a QA team performs: the creation of a test case execution plan.