Finally, a win-win-win for development, QA, and security! If your development team is looking for easier ways to incorporate security earlier in a way that’s simple, easy and that your team to understand, we may have a solution for you. Security defects are like any other defect. Finding them early saves money and time. There are tools that execute security tests for security professionals – like NT OBJECTives’ NTOSpider. NTOSpider can use the application knowledge defined Selenium scripts to execute a better, more comprehensive security test on an application. Read the rest of this entry »
This is a follow-up post to a series highlighting Bleacher Report’s continuous integration and delivery methodology by Felix Rodriguez. To find out how they were previously handling their stack, visit the first, second, and third posts from June 2014.
There is definitely a huge Docker movement going on in the dev world right now and not many QA Engineers have gotten their hands dirty with the technology yet. What makes Docker so awesome is the ability to ship a container and almost guarantee its functionality. Read the rest of this entry »
Sauce Connect was designed with security as priority one. But given this technology’s critical position in your testing process we know that performance and utility are important, too. For that reason we have made two major improvements to Sauce Connect tunnels. Read the rest of this entry »
We are passionate about building products and services that help our users maximize the value they get out of their continuous integration and continuous delivery workflows. And while our core products serve this mission well, especially if you have integrated your CI server and are passing us test statuses, we realized we can do even more. We are excited to announce that we have begun work to completely overhaul the Sauce Labs UI and create a new experience specially designed for CI/CD workflows. The new UI will begin rolling out in phases next month. Read the rest of this entry »
At Sauce Labs, we are hard at work identifying new ways to make adoption and usage of our products as simple and frictionless as possible. For larger organizations onboarding hundreds of users, managing access and security can quickly become challenging. To simplify the onboarding process and provide greater account security, we have rolled out integrations for four popular Single Sign-On (SSO) providers, including Ping Identity, OneLogin, Okta, and Microsoft Active Directory Federation Service (ADFS). At a high level, an SSO Identity Provider (IdP) provides a single gateway through which users can access an array of applications without logging into each application separately. A user logs into the IdP with one set of credentials and gains access to all connected applications through that same login. Read the rest of this entry »