Automate smart, not hard
If you can write code, you can automate tests too. But how much do you want to do it? As a pro, you test your code carefully but if you could choose, would you rather write a new code to your customer or keep maintaining tests and all the infrastructure you need for running your tests.
Imagine a test platform where anyone you allow, could run your tests, whenever they like. It would be so easy that testers without coding skills could automate and maintain their tests in an organized fashion. And everyone could collaborate and run tests whenever they need them. Imagine the time you’d save and still test more thoroughly.
Qentinel Pace is such a test platform. It is fully cloud-based, always ready to run, and comes with unlimited execution capacity. It runs your Selenium or Robot Framework scripts equally well as its proprietary Pacewords™ scripts. It stores detailed execution history of each test run, including videos of failed test cases. You can plug Qentinel Pace into your DevOps tool-chain and invoke it from Jenkins or Kubernetes.
Qentinel Pace was designed to facilitate seamless collaboration for both developers and testers in the way that best suits their needs. To pick up testing tricks quicker, we recommend you to get free test automation training and Qentinel Pace certificate.
Three powerful ideas to minimize maintenance and cost:
- Scalable testing. In Qentinel Pace, test robots are dynamically born in the cloud, scale with need, execute efficiently, and then disappear. You don’t need to worry about procuring and maintaining test hardware. You can practically effectively spin up numerous PaceRobots in seconds, which in turn are spinning numerous parallel test executions across different platforms at the same time; infinite parallel execution capacity.
- Collaborate. An open, extensible automation platform puts the power of test automation into the hands of non-tech business testers while still giving all the fine-grained control to those who know how to code. With a shared execution platform and test history, it’s easy to collaborate and share both tests and their results. When somebody finds a bug, you’ll know exactly how they found it, you can reproduce and debug it. Also, those who don’t code or test get the info they need: visual test statistics report the progress in a way best suited for each role.