Experitest and Vodafone have been awarded the Real Customer Case Study Award, coming top of 10 entries from across the industry.
Dr. Guido Lubinski, Principal QA Manager Vodafone, and Tal Barmier, CEO Experitest, will be presenting the Case Study along with an extended Q&A session at the EuroSTAR Software Testing conference in Stockholm Sweden.
Highlights from the Case Study include:
• Deployment of over 400 devices
• Lab located in 23 Countries
• Use of SIM changers
Read more about Experitest & Vodafone case study Here
Experitest will be exhibiting at the EuroSTAR conference in Stockholm 1st-3rd November 2016. We invite you to come and visit us at Booth No. 40 (near the entrance) where we will be showcasing our latest developments and can answer any of your technical questions relating to any of our products.
HOW A CLOUD-BASED MOBILE DEVICE LAB ACCELERATES TIME TO MARKET AND ROI
When it comes to mobile applications, keeping ahead of the competition means being able to accelerate time to market without compromising on quality. Therefore, it is essential to maximize testing coverage and constantly optimize the quality of your mobile applications until they are ready for market release. The best way to achieve this is to set up a mobile device lab that enables a continuous 24/7 testing process.
In this recorded webcast, hosted by Cigniti and Experitest, you will learn about the best practices in setting up a mobile device lab.
• Learn about the different mobile labs available today – onsite and hosted
• Learn how using a mobile lab will enable you to scale up your projects easily and quickly
• Learn how to stay agile while creating a unified environment for all DevOps teams
• Case study – How a major airline company increased its ROI by setting up a cloud-based mobile lab
• See a demo of Cigniti’s mobile device lab, based on the SeeTestCloud architecture
SPEAKERS: Guy Arieli – CTO, Experitest Sai Chintala – SVP & Global Head – Solutions Group, Cigniti
July 27, 2016
Watch a Recorded Webinar- 5 Steps to Building an Automation Framework for Mobile Continuous Integration
On July 26, Experitest conducted a webinar on How to Build an Automation Framework for Mobile Continuous Integration. Today we made the recorded session available.
In the era of continuous application delivery, the market expects you to reduce delivery cycle time without compromising on quality. One of the main levers to achieve this is in setting up an excellent automation framework for mobile continuous integration.
Watch the recorded session and learn How to Build an Automation Framework for Mobile Continuous Integration that is agile, scalable, maintainable and productive to increase your ROI.
• Mobile automation: architecture and best practices
• Live demo – 5 steps to building a Java automation framework
Experitest is happy to announce its support for testing mobile applications that enable check deposits, boarding pass readers, healthcare document scanning, retail point of sales barcode scanning and much more. All these mobile application capabilities can now be tested automatically or manually on remote devices.
Watch here how it works:
This is one of the many features of SeeTestAutomation that will help you reduce manual test cycle and increase your testing productivity.
Experitest is happy to announce Seetest tools support the new beta version for Apple’s iOS 10 mobile operating system. The latest operating system software for iPad & iPhone was announced at Apple’s annual WWDC 2016 get-together on June 13.
iOS 10 will enter a public beta testing program over the next month, and there are likely to be bugs and compatibility issues with some apps. The final, official public launch will happen in the autumn of 2016. It will be a free update.
You can watch how SeeTestAutomation covers the latest from Apple right here:
On April 26, Experitest and HCL conducted a joint webinar on mobile testing. Today we made available the recorded version.
On the one hand, the ability to quickly release tested, well-rounded mobile applications to the market requires an efficient DevOps process and easy, quick access to physical mobile devices for development and testing. On the other hand, the availability of physical mobile devices in development and mobile testing teams of highly-secured enterprises such as banks, healthcare companies, defense organizations and other verticals poses various security issues that need to be carefully managed.
The webinar will focus on possible solutions for managing security aspects of mobile DevOps including a case study for a financial organization and a medical devices company.
Guy Arieli from Experitest joins Jawahar Venkataraman and Harini Shankotai from HCL in discussing the conflict between the development groups and the security issues they encounter while upgrading to DevOps.
Different tools and environments create security risks, while using the right set of solutions will prevent these problems from happening.
The webinar features questions and answers from leaders in the industry. There is also a demo of SeeTestCloud, one of the top solutions for navigating the development/security tightrope.
April 20, 2016
Experitest Crushes One of the Biggest Challenges in Mobile Testing
One of the most devastating blows to any DevOps process is when a developer cannot reproduce a test case. A bug is reported to the company. The company relays the issue to the QA team. The QA team identifies the bug, and creates a report for the development team. In an ideal world the development team will be able to recreate the situation that led to the bug, and then fix it.
That’s where things get murky. In some cases the mobile device and operating system it is running the application on isn’t available to the developer. In other cases, the developer simply cannot reproduce the exact case, or detect the bug. This results in a “Cannot Reproduce” claim by the developer as he closes the issue. The bug still remains.
Experitest has come up with a solution. Utilizing an onsite mobile lab, a testing team can recreate a test case, and send the issue itself to the developer. The developer, accessing the same mobile lab with the same devices, operating systems, and versions, can see the issue the tester recreated, without having to recreate it himself.
In doing so the developer doesn’t have to waste time trying to find the exact devices, or in recreating the test case. He simply clicks a link and is directed to the bug he has to fix. This saves any business time and money while eliminating a lot of bugs which can impact the sales or cost savings the app was designed to generate, not to mention the reputation of the company itself.
The dream of every DevOps leader is to automate as much of the process as possible. From the moment the developer sends his build onto QA, a series of automated steps takes over until that build is either returned with exactly what it needed to make the app great, or sent directly to the App Store as the most cutting edge version of the company’s mobile app.
The chink in the armor is mobile testing. Mobile application testing can be the most arduous part of the process, especially regression testing every function to make sure the new code didn’t disrupt what has been working ever since. The challenge is to enable the best test automation testing tools to integrate with continuous integration platforms like Jenkins, ALM, or JIRA to speed up the process.
Experitest’s SeeTestAutomation does exactly that. It integrates seamlessly into the major CI platforms, bringing you one step closer to end to end test automation. Using SeeTest, a tester can recreate the conditions that led to a bug and send it off to the developer, along with the test case itself. From there the developer can resolve the issue, and send it along the DevOps process. SeeTest will receive the new build, test it, and enable the QA team to determine if it needs further troubleshooting or if it is ready to be sent off to production and release to the App Store.
On February 4, Experitest and Gallop conducted a joint webinar on mobile testing and test automation. Today we made available the recorded version.
While building mobile apps, it is important to see that the mobile apps are not just fast and efficient but also are secure, scalable and provide a satisfying user experience. How do you do that? By reducing your release cycles incorporating customer feedback. Here is how Gallop and Experitest together ensure your mobile app automation is successful.
January 27, 2016
Blue Turtle and Experitest Partner to Offer end-to-end Mobile Testing Solutions Throughout Africa
Blue Turtle, one of South Africa’s largest enterprise solutions companies, and Experitest, the world’s leading provider of quality assurance tools for mobile DevOps including test automation, manual testing, performance testing, load testing and monitoring for mobile applications, entered into a partnership that allows Blue Turtle to offer Experitest’s end-to-end mobile application testing tools to businesses worldwide.
This partnership will enable Blue Turtle to improve their client’s productivity with a continuous testing process using Experitest’s onsite cloud-based architecture, while covering all operating systems and all mobile devices including the newest models. Blue Turtle will immediately be able to begin using Experitest’s new SeeTest Load tool, along with their revamped Network Virtualization software.
“Partnering with Experitest who are globally renowned for their end to end mobile testing solution suite is perfect as Blue Turtle recognizes the significant demand for a mobile application testing tool that includes cutting edge capabilities in network virtualization, and load in the African region,” said Justin Arnoldi, Application and Data Management Business Manager at Blue Turtle. “There is a startling push to make the internet available to over 1 billion people of the world’s second largest continent, primarily through smartphones.” Experitest offers mobile test automation for both functional and performance testing, with a cloud solution that enables our clients to perform the most comprehensive mobile testing regimen in the most efficient amount of time.”
“We see a huge opportunity in this new partnership. Mobile growth in Africa is the highest in the world,” explains Tal Barmeir, CEO of Experitest, “SeeTest tools meet all the needs for today’s mobile application, integrating with all major continuous integration platforms, and all ALM environments. An enterprise can meet all of its mobile testing needs in one place, while expanding its productivity dramatically using a mobile device lab running on SeeTest Cloud.”
About Blue Turtle
Blue Turtle Technologies provides solutions for optimising, enhancing and leveraging existing IT investment, and supporting the cost effective delivery of new technology initiatives. With experience from mainframe to desktop, Blue Turtle delivers solutions for the effective management of IT infrastructures employing innovative software products, backed by ‘best-practice’ implementation services. Blue Turtle’s strategy leverages ‘best-in-class’ software products brought together from leading international and South African software providers to deliver compelling and cost effective technology management solutions to customers.
Experitest is the world’s leading provider of quality assurance tools for mobile DevOps, including test automation, manual testing, performance testing, load testing and monitoring for mobile applications. Experitest tools support all mobile OS (iOS, Android, WindowsPhone and Blackberry) and integrate into all ALM environments (UFT/QTP, WebDriver (Selenium), Junit, Microsoft Visual Studio and Python)). Experitest’s customer base of over 1000 enterprises customers includes 7 of the 10 largest banks worldwide, 3 of 5 top global healthcare companies and 8 of 10 top telecommunication companies in the world. Examples include Barclays, Westpac, Verizon, China Mobile, Orange, Amtrak, Sony, Marvell, Medtronic, Kno, TCS, IBM, Canon, Sky, Microsoft, GlobalLogic, TNT, Hong Kong International Airport and many more.
Experitest is an HP Gold Partner (and its tools are HP certified applications) and a Microsoft VSIP partner (and its tools are Microsoft certified).