Validata extends its leading DevOps platform for Temenos T24
Added: (Tue Dec 05 2017)
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London, UK, 4th December 2017 – Validata Group announces the launch of its new release to support DevOps for Temenos Core Banking, WealthSuite and Channel solutions with risk-based impact analysis and Continuous Testing, focusing on exposing user interface software and user experience issues early in the lifecycle.
With the new release we expanded the capabilities for exploratory testing, scriptless mobile application testing and automated cross-browser testing to further support DevOps and digital transformation initiatives. With the new capabilities testers can find and fix defects faster than those using traditional legacy testing platforms. This is made possible by simplifying the recording of user actions with automated screenshots and sharing of detailed test results for faster feedback.
The latest release extends scriptless, model-based automation by enabling testing teams to execute scriptless, cross browser testing with Selenium WebDriver. By leveraging Selenium WebDriver, a single Validata test case can execute automatically against thousands of browser configurations and mobile environments.
To further speed up testing for Android and iOS, our new product release leverages Appium as its mobile engine, and with one script, you can test your Internet Banking and mobile apps without the need to rewrite scripts, giving testers the ability to execute a single test across many simulators or actual devices.
In addition we have expanded our highly flexible integration engine for seamlessly translating data and messages between systems reducing testing time to implement conversion and upgrade projects.
To keep up with DevOps, QA teams are looking to test automation to accelerate and predict software delivery. Gartner predicts that 50% of enterprises will be using intelligent test automation powered by AI and machine learning.
Validata is the first company to use AI, machine learning and analytics to automate the testing and predict defects of an application – at the user level not the code level.