Centrify Leverages Testing Platform to Achieve An 80% Automation Rate
Commscope Implements Successful Automation Program with LogiGear to Expand Coverage from 0 to 90%
Halliburton Successfully Utilizes Offshore Resources in Agile Environment to Reduce Defects by 97%
Halliburton Reduces End – to – End Integration Testing Time by 99%
See how PE Toolkit Team (Haliburton) leverages MS Team Foundation Server, MS Test Manager and LogiGear’s TestArchitect to accelerate their continuous testing process.
Learning Device Manufacturer Transforms Software Testing Efforts
MX Logic’s Leverages Turnkey Automation Solution to Increase Coverage to 90%
Openwave Case Study
Achieving the Full Potential of Test Automation
This paper will first discuss the key benefits of software test automation, and then examine the most common techniques used to implement software test automation. It will then analyze prevalent reasons why test automation efforts fail to meet their potential.
Finally, this paper concludes with an examination in how using a keyword-driven approach to test automation allows organizations to avoid problems inherent in other approaches and benefit from test automation. Action Based Testing™, the latest methodology from the original architect of the keyword method, and the TestArchitect™ toolset will be presented as proven real-world examples of why test automation is the optimal solution.
Avoiding the Pitfalls of Test Automation
Test automation has the potential to speed up release cycles, increase coverage and ultimately provide greater confidence in the quality of the software being released. However, software test automation can be a costly investment with low returns if not properly executed.
This paper outlines the top challenges that are not immediately obvious when initially implementing test automation and provides steps that can be taken to avoid the pitfalls or take corrective action.
Data-Driven Testing with Keywords
From years of experience it has been proven time and again that test design is a major driver for automation success. Design becomes even more important when dealing with large amounts of data. The tools and techniques that help in managing and inputting data can help or hinder automation depending on test construction. When tests are well organized and written in the right level of detail, automated tests of all types can be very efficient and maintainable.
Leading Practice for Testing Modern and Complex IoT Robotics Anki Overdrive
Games today must be significantly more complex and innovative from a technological and entertainment perspective to be successful in the hyper-competitive market today. Clearly, these more complex products require a much more sophisticated and smarter testing strategy to support this business need. LogiGear provided product testing services to Anki for its robotic battle-racing game, Anki Overdrive, which included a highly integrated system of robotic cars, mobile controllers and a configurable track. The innovative testing strategy combined many traditional test methods with new smarter testing solutions. This comprehensive plan gave Anki confidence that their product would be market ready and well tested.
Mobile Test Automation with TestArchitect
TestArchitect (TA), LogiGear’s premiere automation tool, has three major components: TestArchitect Client / TestArchitect Harness / TestArchitect Automation
The client is the part of the application that interacts with the user directly. This includes the TestArchitect Explorer and other GUI components that you can see from the application. TA Client is also responsible for compiling a test into text files during a text execution.
Offshore Software Test Automation: A Strategic Approach to Cost and Speed Effectiveness
Two industry trends, automating software testing and moving software testing offshore, hold the promise of providing both cost and time savings. Bringing software to market faster while reducing costs and helping the bottom line are goals that are very high on any software development organization’s wish list. A coordinated management effort, with good understanding of the planning required, is necessary for success in both of these areas.
Software Testing 3.0: The Continuing Evolution of Software Testing
This white paper traces the evolution of software testing through its first two phases, and then presents the current state of the practice: Software Testing 3.0, an independent and strategic approach to software quality. The paper concludes with a discussion for senior executives on how and why software testing can finally meet and exceed management expectations, illustrated by real-world case studies showing how two companies benefited from Software Testing 3.0 to test better and faster while lowering their costs.
The Business Case for Outsourcing to Vietnam
This white paper provides a business case for considering Vietnam as an offshore outsourcing destination, and offers specific examples from the IT and software industries, including a US software testing firm with a facility in Vietnam.
This paper begins by outlining a framework for evaluating potential outsourcing destinations. It then proceeds to evaluate Vietnam against the framework, demonstrating that Vietnam is worthy of strong consideration as an offshore outsourcing destination for information technology functions including development and software testing.