Tricentis Q4 2020 release wave introduces major updates to Tosca, qTest, LiveCompare, and Test Automation for ServiceNow
Product Marketing Director
The Tricentis Q4 2020 release is full of exciting updates across the entire Tricentis portfolio, including the general availability of Tosca 14, qTest 10.2, LiveCompare 4.2, and Test Automation for ServiceNow 2.19. The release wave’s central themes are:
AI-powered test automation: We have introduced artificial intelligence into our portfolio, leveraging the power of data science, machine learning, and neural networks to significantly enhance model-based test automation for the enterprise.
Cross-portfolio integration & visibility: We have also greatly enhanced the integration and interoperability of Tricentis products across our portfolio. Most notably, our greatly enhanced qTest-Tosca integration enables unified test management and orchestration across enterprise application teams using Tosca and other teams who may be using a variety of open-source or commercial tools for test automation. With this integration, Tosca test automation can be managed and orchestrated right alongside your other test automation tools and frameworks within qTest Launch.
Tosca 14 adds AI-assisted test automation, enhancements for TBox Engines
During the Tricentis Virtual Summit, we announced the launch of Tosca 14, now powered by Vision AI, a next-generation AI-driven test automation technology that allows you to automate UI test cases based on a mockup, before any code is written. This technology enables you to test much earlier in the development lifecycle and makes your tests more resilient.
Additional Tosca 14 enhancements include:
Simplified SAP testing: We continue to simplify SAP testing with each release. Tosca 14 introduces improved support for SAP Fiori controls and SAP Solution Manager. These enhancements further our commitment to making SAP test automation the most resilient and efficient in the industry.
Mobile Testing OS Support Updates: Tricentis has improved mobile testing with support for iOS 14 and Android 11. Now, teams have broader test coverage for testing mobile applications on the latest operating systems for both major mobile platforms.
Tosca 14 also introduces significant improvements to the TBox framework engines. This includes enhancements to:
Salesforce engine: improved module rescanning
API engine: WS-Security with SOAP attachments (WS-Addressing) and support for OAuth 2.0 Grant type Authorization Code with PKCE authentication
DOTNET engine: Users can now test Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) applications. A classic to TBox migration tool will be provided to existing classic WPF customers to migrate smoothly to TBox. Please contact tech support for assistance.
Tosca events for Tricentis Analytics: Tosca now emits data for analysis and visualization in Tricentis Analytics
Tricentis qTest 10.2 introduces tighter integration with Tosca, new webhooks
Tricentis qTest 10.2 greatly improves the integration with Tricentis Tosca. Tosca’s Distributed Execution is now integrated with qTest Launch, allowing users to execute multiple test events simultaneously instead of sequentially.