DevOps Innovators in Continuous Testing and Application Release Automation set to Collaborate
Vienna— April 14, 2015 – Today, Tricentis, the continuous testing company, and Automic announced a strategic partnership to enhance Automic’s release automation product with Tricentis’ testing capabilities. The combined integrated solution will enable enterprise customers to automate the whole release process, including testing. Together, Tricentis and Automic will accelerate the application journey from development to production, while communicating with teams and systems needed at each step.
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Greater automation, increased risk coverage and a lower number of test cases dramatically reduces testing time, effort and costs; all critical requirements for a fast-paced, innovative DevOps team. As a result, Tricentis is the right choice for development teams experiencing shorter time-to-market and lengthy test cycles and who are keen to adopt Agile, Continuous Development and DevOps methodologies.
Key benefits of the partnership include:
- Next generation testing: broad-based, cross-silo automation combined with model-based integration provides DevOps and release automation quickly and efficiently
- Developers, QA, Testing and Ops can leverage a single model to drive significant cost savings and reduce the time to bring new services to market
- Automated testing: a flowing continuous delivery chain from development, to QA, to staging and production
“As an industry thought leader, Tricentis is laser focused on listening to and ensuring we meet enterprise customer needs,” stated Sandeep Johri, CEO of Tricentis. “Our customers have been very clear about the need to move faster and thus adopt Agile and DevOps methodologies. As a result, we decided to partner with DevOps thought leader Automic in order to jointly provide complete enterprise solutions to meet the evolving needs of our customers.”
The joint solution provides customers with an industrial strength approach which is superior in usability as compared to legacy deployment and orchestration tools that have hard-to-control dependencies and require heavy scripting.
Todd DeLaughter, CEO of Automic, added: “The DevOps space is changing rapidly. Continuous delivery is now a neccesity and not a luxury as enterprises must provide the agility their customers demand. That said, the importance of automated testing as part of the DevOps toolchain remains essential. In enterprises, the testing complexity and challenges increase dramatically, so partnering with Tricentis ensures we offer the most robust and thorough testing to our customers.”
Automic, a leader in business automation, helps enterprises drive competitive advantage by automating their IT and business systems – from on-premise to the Cloud, Big Data and the Internet of Things. With offices worldwide, Automic powers over 2,600 customers including Bosch, PSA, eBay, BT, Carphone Warehouse, ExxonMobil, Deutsche Post, Société Générale, TUI, Fossil and Swisscom. The company is privately held by EQT. More information can be found at www.automic.com.
Tricentis provides leading enterprise software testing solutions for Global 2000 companies. Our testing solutions empower enterprises to accelerate business innovation via agile development methodologies. Tricentis’ unique model-based approach to software test automation enables enterprises to achieve unprecedented automation rates (>90%) while maximizing business risk coverage (>95%). Gartner recognizes Tricentis as the Visionary Leader of 2014 in their Magic Quadrant for Integrated Software Quality Suites Report.
The company’s more than 400 customers include global brands such as Allianz, BMW, ING, Deutsche Bank, HBO, Orange, Swiss Re, UBS, and Vodafone. Tricentis has offices in Austria, United States, Germany, Switzerland, the UK, Netherlands, and Australia.
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