PushToTest Taps into the Cloud and CollabNet TeamForge
Open Source TestMaker Added to collabXchange® Marketplace
January 21, 2010 — PushToTest® and CollabNet® announced today an expansion of their business relationship to deliver test capability in the cloud – backed by the latest releases of CollabNet TeamForge® and PushToTest TestMaker™ for enterprise clients, government organizations, and open communities worldwide.
TestMaker, the open source alternative for test automation, has been added to the CollabNet collabXchange® marketplace. CollabNet, the leader in distributed application lifecycle management (ALM) solutions, and PushToTest have integrated TestMaker with the CollabNet platform; organizations can reduce unplanned service interruptions, increase developer and tester productivity, and improve the ability to achieve service level agreements (SLA).
“We designed PushToTest TestMaker to leverage Cloud Computing. CollabNet TeamForge enables us to deliver huge price and feature advantages to our customers,” said Frank Cohen, chief executive officer, PushToTest, and world-renowned Test Geek. “With TeamForge Lab Management support built into TestMaker 5.3, users click the start button, watch TestMaker create load injector machine instances in their own QA lab or a cloud provider such as Amazon Web Services (EC2), run the test, and then take the machines down. This saves customers huge amounts of budget, relieves them of running their own QA lab, enables tests with up to millions of simulated virtual users, and runs tests from multiple geographic locations – and all on-demand.”
For organizations needing to surface and solve performance bottlenecks and functional problems, TestMaker provides a single tool to verify advanced Rich Internet Applications (RIA), Service Oriented Architecture (SOA,) and Business Process Management (BPM) applications.
PushToTest supplies the complete test automation platform to deliver functional testing, load testing, and business service monitoring by repurposing the same single test script. CollabNet’s TeamForge Lab Management and CollabNet Subversion reduce time spent on configuring build and test environments and securely managing component reuse libraries or test assets in a centralized repository.
“CollabNet has built the collabXchange to best serve our customer base with options to extend and expand their CollabNet platform,” said Jim Ensell, vice president, business development, CollabNet. “Together, TestMaker and CollabNet TeamForge Lab Management provide a compelling solution for test automation in the cloud.”
PushToTest is the open source application performance management and test automation solutions provider. PushToTest is paving the open source test (OST) solutions migration into the mainstream by making high-quality, low-cost technology accessible to medium and large size global organizations and by providing world class professional services. PushToTest provides a software testing orchestration platform along with cloud testing capabilities and outsourced testing solutions, as well as support, training, and consulting services to customers worldwide and through top-tier partnerships. PushToTest's open source strategy offers customers a long-term plan for building testing infrastructures that are based on and leverage open source technologies with a focus on rapid adoption of the latest technologies, reuse of test asset investments, and ease of management. For more information, visit www.pushtotest.com or send email email@example.com.
CollabNet is the leader in application lifecycle management (ALM) platforms for distributed software development teams. CollabNet TeamForge is the industry’s most open ALM platform, supporting every environment, methodology, and technology. With an integrated suite of easy-to-use tools that share a centralized repository, it is the only ALM platform that enables a culture of collaboration, improving productivity 10-50% and reducing the cost of software development by up to 80%. As the corporate sponsor of the open source Subversion project, the best version control and software configuration management (SCM ) solution for distributed teams, collaborative development is in CollabNet’s DNA. Millions of users at more than 900 organizations, including Applied Biosystems, Capgemini, Deutsche Bank, Reuters, and the U.S. Department of Defense, have transformed the way they develop software with CollabNet. For more information, visit www.collab.net.