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Using qTest APIs: How QASymphony Customers Scale Test Automation with qTest
Scaling test automation takes strategy and vision.
It’s tough to do, but the pay off can drastically reduce your test cycle time and increase your time to market. Lucky for you, we have some awesome customers using the qTest Platform to centralize their test automation efforts, and have gathered together some of those stories to share with you!
After releasing our new interactive API specification last month, we met with several qTest Platform customers to find out what types of integrations they are building out. They have been busy, from scaling thousands of tests, to building modular based frameworks, to serving decentralized teams and more. Their stories will give you real-world examples of how to tackle test automation.
Having trouble scaling your test automation? Learn how Dolby partnered with QASymphony to develop an additional API method in qTest to provide the ability to bulk upload results. This reduced a test run reporting from hours to mere minutes!
Cisco: Gaining Visibility Across All Test Methodologies
Do you have decentralized teams with no insight into their test activities? Learn how Cisco used qTest APIs to report unit, integration and functional tests into one location in order to gain full visibility into the testing methodologies of each team.
Scaling and maintaining test automation scripts can be a challenge, and making they respond to change is even harder. Learn how WGU integrated their modular based automation framework with qTest APIs to have a single repository that acts as the ultimate truth for test automation.
American Equity: Building a Custom UFT Integration with qTest Manager
Since this article was written, QASymphony has released a supported UFT integration for the qTest Platform. Please see thetest automation scheduling articlesfor more information.
Back in 2015, American Equity made the switch from HP Quality Center to qTest Manager because of Quality Center’s high cost and the complexity. However, as they were transitioning off HP UFT and onto more open source tools like Selenium by using qTestExplorer’s Automated Script Generator, some teams still needed to easily execute UFT scripts from qTest Manager. Learn how they built their own Chrome extension and used qTest APIs to schedule UFT scripts from our platform.