So…you decided to look for an alternative to your existing HP (now Micro Focus) test automation tool set. The problem might be the platform lock-in—HP tools tend to be tied to Windows. It could be the challenge of integrating the tools with a Continuous Integration platform, where most tools run under Linux. Perhaps the problem is vendor lock-in. In any event, the current solution isn’t working for you, and you want to find something else.
How do you choose the right HP replacement? Make a bad decision, and you could end up jumping out of the frying pan and into the fire.
Read this paper by expert testing consultant Matthew Heusser to learn:
- The dangers of “the big rewrite” approach
- 17 key considerations, grouped under 4 categories (technology, reuse, people, and project)
- Recommendations for selecting a tool after weighing the key considerations
- Tips for performing due diligence during a proof of concept