Tricentis has acquired Q-up: a test data management (TDM) platform architected to provide secure, reliable, and compliant test data on-demand. With a business-friendly, self-service interface and a lightweight provisioning agent, test data access is reduced from weeks to seconds. [Read the press release] Tricentis Tosca users have probably witnessed how our existing TDM capabilities enable faster, more sophisticated, and more sustainable test automation. With on-demand access to stateful test data, testers can seamlessly access the exact test data needed for even the most complex test scenarios. Tricentis’ enhanced TDM capabilities give users multiple options for the design, generation, and management of test data. This allows users to select the best strategy for their architecture, development phase, and/or release cadence. For example, users might want to start by rapidly configuring “smoke tests” that closely mirror production data, then later use synthetic test data generation to increase test coverage and complete negative testing prior to delivery.
Learn more—and see the solution in action—at the webinar: Q-up + Tricentis: Secure and Flexible Test Data Management for Continuous Testing
- Someone is (hopefully) testing the applications that your development teams are building.
- You can’t execute realistic tests without appropriate test data (e.g., name, address, billing details, etc.).
- If that test data happens to include any personal data of any EU residents, it must be collected, processed, stored, and declared in accordance with GDPR—or you might be responsible for the company incurring fines of up to 4 percent of the company’s annual global turnover or €20 million (whichever is greater).
Test Data that’s GDPR Compliant…and StatefulEven before GDPR, obtaining and applying appropriate test data has always been tricky. One of the greatest challenges associated with test data management is setting up and manipulating stateful data. Stateful test data not only produces the specific application conditions that are required to set up a realistic test; it also enables you to drive the test through a complex series of steps. It’s essential for executing end-to-end regression tests. For example, imagine you want to test the reversal of fraudulent charges on a credit card account. First, you’d need to get the account into the “state” where an account was created and had a history of charges. Then, the test would need to indicate that certain charges were fraudulent and reduce the amount due accordingly. If your TDM solution can’t handle this, it’s not “stateful.” With Tricentis, any tester can rapidly access the exact data needed for a given scenario and evolve it throughout the course of the test (no DBA or programming required). With a comprehensive repository of stateful test data objects, you simply select the data set that corresponds to your test and indicate how it should change at each step. This enables continuous testing of scenarios that might otherwise be impractical to automate. [See Tricentis TDM product details][/vc_column_text][image_with_animation image_url=”40401″ alignment=”center” animation=”Fade In” border_radius=”none” box_shadow=”none” max_width=”100%”][divider line_type=”No Line” custom_height=”50″][vc_column_text]
TDM Support Extended to SAP TestingWith Q-up, Tricentis users also gain a new level of TDM support designed specifically for SAP testing. Tricentis now offers a fully-integrated set of capabilities for the design, generation, provisioning, and management of test data for all available SAP environments such as SAP ECC (AnyDB), SAP S/4HANA (SAP HANA), and even SAP BW/4 HANA (SAP HANA). We help you:
- Access and generate test data via the modern oData protocol (SAP API)
- Directly extract data from SAP tables via the RFC protocol
- Invoke SAP BAPIs and function modules
- Extract data from SAP queries
- Extract SAP BW objects (BEx queries)
- Using Batch Input techniques for background processing / data generation