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Test automation framework gets update from QualiSystems

27 Jun 2013

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QualiSystems TestShell

QualiSystems Ltd. has introduced the version 5.0 of TestShell, a software framework for lab management and test automation. TestShell 5.0 offers expanded domain management and web access to enable a broader set of users to reserve and view lab resources for increased productivity and accelerated testing.

TestShell's object-oriented automation is based on a set of reusable objects or building blocks that replace script-based approaches, allowing more scalable and sustainable automation deployments.

In addition to adding Web access, Version 5.0 of TestShell expands the types of user domains that administrators can create, including domains with time-bound, project-oriented visibility and reservation access. This enables secure lab-resource usage by remote workers, as well as external contractors and consultants.

TestShell 5.0 also extends automated test execution scalability. Increased flexibility in managing test queuing and scheduling across multiple, distributed execution stations reduces the need for manual intervention. According to QualiSystems, test automation execution is more efficient and allows automation to scale to cover an increased percentage of testing processes.

For more information, visit the TestShell 5.0 product page.

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