Test Automation has matured significantly since the earlier days of task-specific and stop-gap runs. Today we have increasingly refined automation tests that run on well-defined and reputed frameworks.
Test Automation Frameworks (TAF) are a set of rules, procedures, and tools that make automated testing successful. One of the main advantages of using a framework is the low cost of maintenance.
ImpactQA automation CoE has created proprietary frameworks around Selenium, Behaviour Drive Development (BDD), Test Driven Development (TDD), Appium for Mobile Automation and HP UFT. We also have written customizable frameworks for ERP – Oracle EBS and SAP Testing. These frameworks can be used on various projects at a very low low cost of maintenance.
Today, agile teams use continuous integration to ensure software is built and tested regularly and bug-fixes happen rapidly. Continuos Integration requires members of a team to integrate their work frequently ( sometimes multiple times daily) and each check-in is verified by an automated build. This allows early detection of defects. Employing Continuous Integration tools and automation testing tools is typical in a DevOps Cycle.
ImpactQA specializes in Continuous Testing that requires automated end-to-end testing solutions that integrate existing development processes while excluding errors and enabling continuity throughout SDLC. Use of tools like Genkins for CI, Ansible and Docker for CD and Splunk and Dynatrace for real time monitoring helps us stay ahead of the curve
ImpactQA automation frameworks attend to the specific needs of the software applications at hand. We use a combination of commercial and open-source tools, components and languages, allowing our team to attend to the nuances of your specific project.
Our TAF is easy to adapt and re-use, allowing your in-house teams to modify the framework according to your business’ specific needs.
We use a combination of efficient open-source components, which can slash the relatively high time-barriers to complete testing.
Our approach to TAF ensures the best use of resources to ensure that employee overhead and redundancy is minimized
Our approach to TAF provides speed and performance that is impossible to achieve through manual-testing approaches.