Qualitia 5.3 Released
July 24, 2018

Qualitia announced the release of version 5.3 and expanded the list of partners it works with for Cloud.

With the release of Version 5.3, Qualitia continues to simplify the execution of tests on cloud-based mobile devices.

In today’s world, Enterprises driving Digital Transformation require Continuous Testing. Mobile is a crucial channel of business presence, and it is vital to validate software changes on a variety of mobile devices. However, as requirements for software quality and delivery speed increases, the acquisition, configuration, and management of all the required devices in a local test environment is not efficient and cost effective. The new integration with Perfecto allows automated tests developed using Qualitia Platform to be executed across a diverse set of hundreds of cloud-based devices in a way that’s seamlessly integrated into modern development processes and existing development pipelines.

“Every action we take at Qualitia is closely knit to our mission of making test automation simple enough for anyone to automate. We are carefully examining the market at all times and pay close attention to detail. With the release of 5.3, we’re glad to have made Test Automation a bit simpler”, said Amaresh Shirsat, COO at Qualitia Software.

With Qualitia Automation Studio version 5.3, mobile based business applications will now enjoy secure scalability and enterprise-grade cloud reliability. It also gives Quality Assurance teams access to better device support across the globe. Added benefits include:

- Effortlessly transition automation to zero maintenance, scalable, cloud-based real devices from local device execution.

- Comprehensive digital platform coverage.

-Single platform to execute tests across Desktop, Web and Mobile.

The new and improved version 5.3 asserts Qualitia’s commitment to creating an open platform that effortlessly integrates with modern app development pipelines strategies.

This new release comes with a bunch of cool features. For instance, you can now execute Web and Mobile application testcases from your Qualitia bots using Perfecto’s Environment. You can also execute mobile application tests from your Qualitia bots using Sauce Labs Real Devices.

Qualitia is now enhanced to integrate with MicroFocus (erstwhile HPE) Application Lifecycle Management (ALM). This integration helps in linking Qualitia test cases to ALM test cases and export Test Suites from Qualitia to ALM. You can also view and manage reports for automation test case executions from within ALM itself.

Additionally, this new update also brings with it the ability to upload files from the local directory during Web Application Testing in Remote and Cloud Environments. You can now use the AttachFile action to upload files from the local directory when executing test cases in cloud and remote environments as well.

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