We’re ending 2019 with significant updates across the Tricentis Continuous Testing Platform, including a sneak preview of our next-gen cloud studios. Below, we’ve outlined the highlights of the November 2019 release.
Did you miss our last release?
Read the July 2019 blog to catch up on past releases.
Test Design Studio
We’ve got a sneak preview of our next-gen Test Design Studio! We’re taking the old school approach to test design and bringing it up to date with a cloud-based test design experience that allows anyone to visually design tests as dynamic flowcharts.
Read the blog and check the video below for this exciting sneak preview.
Tosca Product Updates
New Automation Object Service for Distributed Execution + TDM Importation
Today we’ve introduced a new platform for Tosca DEX that uses an Automated Object Service to rapidly distribute test execution from the Tosca Commander without complex configuration.
Within a few clicks, you now extend existing test data or automatically create new data sets via Excel or CSV upload.
Tosca BI/DWH Product Updates
Tolerance Capabilities for Row-by-Row Comparisons
Row-by-row comparison is one of the most used features for Tosca BI/DWH. In this update, we’ve added one of the most requested enhancements for this feature: absolute and relative tolerances.
Check out this hotly requested feature plus automatic wizard setup, improved metadata performance, and added CI/CD support with TC API updates.
qTest Product Updates
Improved Jira Integration, New Test Design UI, and Project Archiving
We are ending the year strong, introducing new features and enhancements in Tricentis qTest.
Read the blog below for more information on the enhanced qTest Data Query, a new Project archiving option, and our more enterprise-friendly approaches to Test Design and Project User Management.
New Treemap Visualizations and Test Repository with qTest
Our latest LiveCompare release features a rich graphical treemap display that provides an at-a-glance assessment of the changes with the most-at-risk capabilities clearly focused.
More Master Visualizations and Trend Analysis
In our Tricentis Analytics November release, we have put more historical data in your hands with new Trend Analysis reports.
Also, we have added new Master Visualizations and pulled data from more of your favorite agile planning tools.