Tricentis qTest manager: a leading Jira testing tool
Tricentis has created the #1 Continuous Testing platform in the software industry. Recognized for reinventing software testing for DevOps, Tricentis offers a suite of solutions that enable Agile test management and advanced software test automation that is optimized to support over 160 technologies. By turning testing from a roadblock to a catalyst for innovation, Tricentis enables teams to produce better software faster and gain automated insight into the business risks of each release.
Tricentis qTest Manager is a test management solution that overcomes all the limitations of a Jira testing tool. Built with the enterprise team and Agile methodology in mind, qTest delivers real-time integration with Jira releases, issues, and defects. Testers can seamlessly integrate Jira issues and testing coverage, enabling testers to align tests, user stories, tasks, epics, or custom Jira issue types in order to ensure test coverage.
Additionally, Tricentis qTest Manager provides:
- Test automation traceability
- Flexible deployments
- Agile planning
- Real-time integration
- Smart scalability
- Enterprise reporting
- Reusable test cases
The Tricentis platform also provides solutions for intelligent test automation, performance testing, data integrity testing, app-native testing, and smart impact analysis.
What is Jira?
Jira is an issue and project tracking tool that is favored by Agile software development teams.
Is Jira a testing tool?
While Jira is not designed as a test management tool, many development organizations have tried to adapt it for this purpose in order to consolidate tools for issue tracking and testing on the same platform.
What are the disadvantages of testing with Jira?
Jira does not offer many of the native functionalities that are common to superior test management solutions. As a testing tool, Jira requires extra steps and more workarounds to accomplish the same tasks as a dedicated test management technology. Perhaps most importantly, Jira does not allow testers to reuse tests, creating a significant amount of duplication and effort for testers.