Posts Tagged ‘Enterprise’

[Webinar] Managing Continuous Delivery of Mobile Apps – for the Enterprise

July 23rd, 2015 by Bill McGee

Today, almost all organizations have mobile apps and for some, the mobile app is their only way of interacting with customers. With this increasing emphasis on mobile, the pressure to routinely update mobile apps means embracing Continuous Integration (CI) and Continuous Delivery (CD) methodologies.

Enabling CI / CD in your mobile development process means understanding the different solutions, overcoming unique challenges and ensuring the right ownership of the processes. In this webinar, join Harshal Vora from InfoStretch and Abhijit Pendyal from Sauce Labs to learn the steps required to enable Continuous Delivery of Mobile Application Platforms.

This webinar will cover:

  • Value of CI/CD in Mobile Development
  • CI/CD Architecture for Mobile Application Platforms
  • CI/CD Case Study – Requirements, Challenges and End Results
  • Demo – Jenkins / Code Update / Build Mobile App / Run automated tests using Sauce Labs

Join us for this presentation next Wednesday, July 29 at 11am PDT/2pm EDT. There will be a Q&A with Harshal and Abhijit afterwards.

Click HERE to register today.

Want to learn more about making Continuous Integration (CI) a part of your mobile development process? Download this free white paper, “Why Continuous Integration Should be Part of Your Mobile Development Process“.

The All New Sauce Labs UI

June 11th, 2015 by Ken Drachnik

New UI screen shotAs Sauce continues to grow its functionality, we try to be thoughtful in how we make changes to our UI to accommodate new features. Today, we are proud to announce an entirely new graphical UI that enhances Continuous Integration testing workflows, available immediately. Our new UI provides better insights into software builds and test processes. It’s all of our work here at Sauce to help users speed up their application testing to bring their new software applications to market faster.

Here’s a look at what’s new:

New Dashboard
Our dashboard now offers a summary view on the status your builds and tests across your organization. It automatically groups tests into builds so you and your team can concentrate on the status of desired builds rather than on individual tests, helping you to quickly identify blocking issues.

Updated Tests and Tunnels Pages
Now you can click on a build to receive complete details on all tests within it, as well as highlight the ones that have failed. You can also view the status of each individual test, Sauce Connect™ tunnels.

Team Management and User Details
We know it can be difficult to track usage of third party tools across your organization and ensure they’re being effectively used. That’s why Sauce now offers some new enterprise management features that make it easier to manage permissions and access to testing specific resources. Now you can benefit from enhanced reporting, giving your organization insight into individual usage via 60-day graphs.

New Archives Page
This feature for the first time offers a searchable archives page to show all of your account activity over the past 90 days. Your team can easily view the history of their work to help them spot trends in application tests using custom queries or existing filters.

Single Sign On (SSO)
And finally, we know that provisioning new accounts for individuals can be a time consuming process. Sauce now supports SSO, enabling IT managers to “just-in-time” provision new user accounts with centralized account management and access control.

We are excited about today’s new updates and hope you are too. To learn more about what’s new, you can view a Webinar explaining the new UI.

Want to try it? Sign up for a free 14 day trial.

 

Guest Post: Functional Testing in 2016 – Forecast

April 15th, 2015 by Chris Riley

Massive changes in the development world are good and extreme for devs, but quality assurance (QA) teams are impacted as much, if not more. They may be taking on more tasks, looking at new tools, and thinking about new ways to execute their growing test suites. And looking forward, QA in the future looks much different than it does today. It is moving so fast that the changes – both good and bad – will be even more obvious by next year. Here is what QA looks like in 2016. (more…)

QTP/UFT VS Selenium [RECAP]

January 29th, 2015 by Bill McGee

selenium-logo-160x144Thanks for joining us for our last webinar, QTP/UFT VS Selenium, featuring Tarun Lalwani, QTP expert and author of QuickTest Professional Unplugged.

In this webinar, Tarun explains how we generated an 80% execution time savings by migrating client’s test suite from QTP to Selenium, along with answering the following questions:

  • How is Selenium different from QTP?
  • Why do I need to migrate to Selenium?
  • What are the advantages and disadvantages of the migration?
  • How do I plan the migration?
  • What challenges will I face during Migration?

Missed the presentation, want to hear it again, or share with a colleague?

Listen to the recording HERE and view the slides below.

QTP/UFT VS Selenium [WEBINAR]

January 21st, 2015 by Bill McGee

selenium testing & sauceModern testing practices have shifted dramatically in recent years. As open source tools such as Selenium have begun to be accepted and incorporated into the enterprise testing landscape, proprietary tools like HP’s QTP/UFT have begun to be transitioned out in many cases. While there are many benefits to using a tool like Selenium (for example, it’s maximized when used as an automated testing tool, works with every browser, and plays nicely with all major computer languages and frameworks), the most compelling case to make the transition is the developer and QA time saved.

Join us for our next webinar, QTP/UFT VS Selenium, featuring Tarun Lalwani, QTP Expert and author of QuickTest Professional Unplugged. Hear about how we generated an 80% execution time savings by migrating client’s test suite from QTP to Selenium. We will also answer following questions:

  • How is Selenium different from QTP?
  • Why do I need to migrate to Selenium?
  • What are the advantages and disadvantages of the migration?
  • How do I plan the migration?
  • What challenges will I face during Migration?

Click HERE to register for our next webinar on Wednesday, January 28th, 2015, at 10:00am PST.

A live Q&A will follow at the end of the presentation.

Note: This is not a “how to” or “technology session” on Selenium or QTP. This is session is focused on giving you a understanding whether Selenium is right for you or not.

Recent Updates to Selenium Builder

December 11th, 2014 by Bill McGee

Great news for Enterprise folks and those who are newer to Selenium! Updates were made on Selenium Builder recently. (more…)

Single Sign-On Support for Enterprise Now In Beta

November 18th, 2014 by The Sauce Labs Team

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. (more…)

Webinar: Selenium at Salesforce Scale – Register Today

April 3rd, 2014 by Bill McGee

sfdc-logoEver wondered how an Enterprise company like Salesforce runs their QA tests? Yup, there’s a webinar for that.

After participating in this successful meetup, we wanted to cast this knowledge even farther. You’re invited to learn about Salesforce’s inventory of Selenium tests, how they run them at scale, and how to architect your test harness for success.

Join Salesforce engineers David Louvton and Sagar Wanaselja on Wednesday, April 16th, 2014 at 10:00am PDT for our latest webinar, Selenium at Salesforce Scale.

David and Sagar will cover the details of their engineering team, running their “Selenium farm,” scaling issues, Selenium design patterns, and how to overcome test failures.

A Q&A session will follow. Register today!

As usual, this event is FREE.

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