Ensure Oracle cloud readiness with scalable, codeless test automation
Watch this webinar learn how you can use codeless test automation to develop a scalable Oracle testing strategy that works before, during, and after the migration.
As we look back at a very successful 2021, one thing stands out: Last year more than ever, our customers have proven the critical role that continuous testing plays in succeeding with their digital business initiatives, from major cloud migration projects to achieving DevOps transformation. In particular, we’ve seen how modernizing testing pays dividends when it comes to delivering quality at speed – for both custom-built and packaged applications. By embracing a quality-first mindset, these leading organizations have proven the value of transforming testing, with measurable gains in productivity, customer satisfaction, and business agility.
We’ve also heard from many more of you who are just getting started on your continuous testing journeys. You’ve told us that you want to move faster, and that you need more flexible product options that suit your current needs but can scale with you as you grow. And we listened.
In response to this feedback, we’re introducing new product editions and pricing across several product lines, including Tricentis qTest, NeoLoad, LiveCompare, and Test Automation for ServiceNow, so that you can choose the option that best meets your needs.
Let’s discuss what these new product editions are and how they might benefit you.
Unified test management with qTest is the start of the continuous testing journey for many of our customers. With qTest, it is incredibly easy to organize and manage your test cases, from requirements to production. By integrating with agile planning tools like Jira and Azure DevOps and both open-source and proprietary test automation frameworks and tools, qTest enables agile teams to build and orchestrate end-to-end testing workflows within their CI/CD pipelines.
For 2022, we’re introducing two qTest editions:
Here is a summary of the differences between qTest Pro and Enterprise:
Tricentis NeoLoad simplifies continuous performance and load testing for all use cases, from APIs and microservices to system-wide testing of large-scale enterprise application platforms.
NeoLoad provides testers automated test design and maintenance, the most realistic simulation of user behavior, fast root cause analysis and many integrations with software development and application performance monitoring tools. With NeoLoad 8.0, we’ve rolled out many new features and enhancements.
Tricentis NeoLoad is now available in three editions:
Here is a summary of the new NeoLoad editions:
Tricentis LiveCompare provides smart impact analysis for SAP updates, using AI-powered impact analysis to pinpoint exactly what you need to test to ensure zero-defect releases without the need for hypercare. LiveCompare’s quick setup, continuous monitoring, and DevOps-friendly features make it SAP’s recommended solution for de-risking SAP releases.
While impact analysis answers the question of what to test before you roll out updates, there are many more advanced use cases that development, QA and IT ops teams have. For example, we hear from SAP developers who want to make in-sprint unit testing more efficient increasingly rely on LiveCompare developer impact analysis to make their lives easier.
In order to better support customers with SAP deployments of different sizes and complexities, team structures, or business needs, we’re now offering LiveCompare in three editions:
Here is the summary of how LiveCompare editions compare:
For customers who rely on digital workflows to support their business processes, Tricentis Test Automation (TTA) for ServiceNow addresses several pain points and business needs. Test automation is indispensable for ServiceNow teams that build and deliver workflows and applications on the ServiceNow platform. Our customers achieve 40x faster testing cycles with TTA, which allows them to respond to user requests and business needs much more quickly. But we also hear from platform owners who use TTA to keep up with ServiceNow platform updates that ship twice year, and which require teams to validate all customizations and workflows prior to release.
In response, we are now offering the following two editions of Test Automation for ServiceNow:
Here is how the two editions compare:
Our goal with these new product editions is to reduce obstacles on your testing transformation journey by making continuous test automation more accessible for all different kinds of for software delivery teams. For more details, please review the Licensing and Packaging guide. You can also request product pricing on our demos and trials page. We hope you enjoy these new, more flexible options – and we look forward to your continued feedback.