QMetry Automation Framework: Open Source Speed, Simplicity and Flexibility

QMetry Automation Framework: Open Source Speed, Simplicity and Flexibility

When we talk to customers about how they want to advance their mobility initiatives, we know they need faster, more flexible ways of getting the old jobs done. There are certain words we hear pop up time and again.

Speed. Quality. Faster. Simpler. Efficient.

In other words — Quality at speed.

Mobility initiatives have experienced spiraling complexity in the last decade in the form of multiple platforms, connections, devices, carriers, use cases and costs.  Combined with shrinking release cycles, this puts developers in a tight spot. Our advice is, and has always been: automate when you can. Today, we’re releasing an open source framework designed to make test automation even more accessible.

The QMetry Automation Framework seamlessly integrates with major test platforms to simplify the creation, maintenance and management of test case libraries. QMetry Automation Framework is a complete package of Selenium-driven automated testing, detailed reporting and trending, mobile quality automation and behavior-driven development or BDD. This framework is a great complement to our tried-and-tested QMetry suite, which has been going strong for over a decade.

In addition to meeting the needs of the open source community, QMetry Automation Framework is the first framework to unify test automation across web, mobile and web services, while enabling testing of multiple devices in the cloud. Many enterprises have quickly realized the benefits of test automation in mobile, in web development and in web services. The only downside has been the siloed nature of test automation across the different platforms. Not any more.

We’re pretty excited about this. Here are three things I think you’ll love about QMetry Automation Framework:

  1. An open source option to streamline work by abstracting the technical implementation away from the operational components. Collaboration with different roles is easier, too (e.g. manual testers, project owners, developers).
  2. Users find it very easy to maintain and replicate tests from reusable assets. Data-driven testing means any single test case can be run against multiple data sets from all the standard programs, or your own database.
  3. It enables cross-platform test automation, including testing multiple devices at the same time across web, mobile and web services. Plus QMetry Automation Framework is integrated with many popular test platforms, including Appium, Selenium and Perfecto, as well as test management platforms QMetry Test Manager, HPE ALM, CA Agile Central (formerly Rally) and ApTest and CI/CD platforms Jenkins, Hudson, Bamboo and Teamcity.

Go ahead, visit Github today and give QMetry Automation Framework a try. And then let us know what you think by getting in touch.

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