HP Test Software Adds Mobility, Enhances Automation

New functional testing software enables rapid delivery of high-quality mobile, social and web-based applications.

 

HP announced HP Unified Functional Testing (UFT) 11.5 and HP UFT Mobile, next-generation functional and mobile testing software that helps enterprises quickly respond to changing enterprise demands

  

Mobile, social and web-based applications allow organizations to expand and innovate.  However, these applications are difficult to build while also maintaining the same quality standards associated with traditional enterprise solutions. In addition, application delivery teams are challenged to continuously provide new solutions that drive competitive differentiation.

  

“Organizations cannot sacrifice application quality for speed,” said Subbu Iyer, vice president, Applications Automation Management, Software, HP. “The new HP Functional Testing software suite provides clients with test automation tools that accelerate the continuous delivery of modern and innovative applications, while maintaining the highest quality available today.”

 

Test more, test faster, test continuously

To support innovative, new development technologies and evolving business needs, HP UFT 11.5 offers an enhanced platform for creating end-to-end automated functional tests. Supported by a simplified and modern user experience, it:

 

  • Spurs business growth by delivering higher-quality composite applications through test automation support for both graphical user interfaces (GUIs) and application programming interfaces (APIs) in one updated visual user experience;
  • Reduces complexity and labor costs with automated testing integration—including HP Sprinter manual test creation—and push-button manual-to-automated script conversion; and
  • Speeds the pace of innovation with cutting-edge development technologies and tools, through the patented HP UFT Insight object recognition feature that automatically recognizes applications, irrespective of implementation technology.

 

Manage quality throughout the mobile application lifecycle

HP UFT Mobile extends the functional testing capabilities of HP UFT to mobile devices. Clients can rapidly test mobile applications in new public and private cloud testing environments, on a wide array of mobile operating systems including Google’s AndroidTM and Apple’s iOS without the expense of setting up a mobile device lab. This simplifies testing in the mobile application life cycle to meet the demands of an anytime, anywhere mobile world.

 

Empower the tester to innovate

Designed to drive optimal efficiency in manual testing, HP Sprinter 11.5 software frees application test teams from repetitive tasks and advances exploratory testing. Client benefits include:

  • Increased employee productivity with the new integrated test-authoring feature and scanners that capture spelling errors along with localization and compliance issues;
  • Improved  time savings by reusing manual testing efforts through integrations with HP BPT that accelerate framework adoption; and
  • Reduced costs by protecting existing test investments with one-click manual to automated test conversions.  

Please join us for additional information at HP’s “What’s new in the HP Functional Testing 11.5 suite: Advance modern application testing” webcast on Nov. 28 at 7 a.m. ET.

 

Enhance collaboration with integration into the application life cycle

The new HP enhanced functional testing suite fully integrates with HP Application Lifecycle Management (ALM), the company’s leading application life cycle management platform. As a result, clients have a single software platform to collaborate, manage and rapidly deliver applications with measurable business results.

The HP Functional Testing Suite is a key component of the HP IT Performance Suite, the next-generation enterprise performance software platform that enables IT management to improve performance with operational intelligence. 

 

Additional resources

For more information

To know how you can cut the cost and complexity of the testing process

while improving application quality, check out   hp.com/go/functionaltesting

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