Parasoft: SOAtest and Virtualize expand support for CI platforms
Parasoft announced the latest release of Parasoft SOAtest and Virtualize with expanded support for CI platforms. To support continuous testing, new plug-ins for continuous integration allow users to parse test results from automated test executions back into common CI platforms such as Bamboo, Jenkins, Microsoft VSTS, and Team City. These test results fully integrate into existing continuous delivery pipelines along with specific information indicating exactly what happened under the hood, enabling teams to facilitate their go or no-go decisions required for true continuous testing. To learn more about the latest release, read the detailed blog post, or request a demo of Parasoft SOAtest and Parasoft Virtualize.
In addition to enhancing support for the Continuous Integration process, the new release of Parasoft SOAtest also helps businesses by extending support for organizations leveraging Behavior Driven Development, to augment the next evolution for test case creation in which human-readable language can be efficiently translated into test cases. Through the new integration with Cucumber, which facilitates human-language test creation, Parasoft SOAtest customers can associate Gherkin plain-text feature specifications with SOAtest test cases, simplifying the task of associating business requirements with testing. This integration requires no scripting, which opens the testing process to more people and allows business analysts to drive test case execution without writing any code.
Additionally, Parasoft has continued to focus on simplifying test data by enhancing many of the workflows in the web portal. The new release provides users with greater access to create, manage, manipulate, copy, and sort existing data, as well as import and export data from the data repository infrastructure to extend data coverage.
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