Hello and welcome to the Olenick Web Accessibility Testing Tools Blog Series! Throughout this blog series, we will introduce Web accessibility testing, overview some of the testing tools available for accessibility testing, and analyze the pros and cons of each tool.
Clients often ask Olenick for help making their test automation smarter. As such we make a point to stay abreast of new automation offerings. Last month, Olenick attended a Lunch & Learn hosted by one of our partners, Original Software. The lunch and learn explained how their tools make automation more effective. Original Software offers a unique set of products that include tools for test quality management, functional test execution, UAT and functional test automation. TestDrive is their automated software testing solution which enables a truly codeless automated test suite as well as utilizes existing testing resources as opposed to hiring automation engineers or software developers.
This blog is the third and final blog of the series on Microsoft’s Performance Toolkit for Benchmarking. By this point in the process the Windows Assessment and Deployment Toolkit has been installed and the number of tests have been specified. The next step is to analyze the data from the benchmark tests.
Part I of this blog series discussed the benefits of using the Windows Assessment & Deployment Toolkit for benchmark testing. This blog will provide further detail around how to install the required component of the Windows Assessment and Deployment Kit.
Whether you are procuring new hardware, upgrading to Windows 10, or simply need to define what “super slow start-up” time means, Microsoft’s Windows Assessment & Deployment kit, could be your solution.
Having trouble uploading requirements, test cases, or bugs into Microsoft Team Foundation Server (TFS)? We often provide ways to help our clients improve processes and maximize the benefit of their tools. Today we will discuss migrating existing requirements, test cases or bugs into TFS for use in Visual Studio, Visual Studio Online and Microsoft Test Manager (MTM). The Test Case Migrator Plus tool allows test related artifacts, present in Excel and MHT/Word formats, to be imported into TFS. This tool works with Visual Studio 2010, 2012 and 2015 as well as MTM and Visual Studio On-line.
As a follow-up to my Performance Test with Minimal Expense post, here are a few tips on how to incorporate server monitoring into your BlazeMeter Tests. In addition to the standard metrics on the requests generated in performance tests, it is beneficial to monitor the servers of applications. Monitoring servers of an application during performance testing will allow you to see if any resource issues occur so that they can be addressed by hardware or software resolutions.
As a Lead Sr. Consultant at Olenick, I am often researching ways to help our clients implement a testing process and define an ongoing strategy that will not break their budgets while offering quality results. I’ve compiled the below notes for you to consider should you find yourself in a similar situation.
UFT is the new installment of HP’s automated functional testing tool that replaces QuickTest Professional (QTP). In this article, I will give a quick synopsis of some of the new features and enhancements to familiarize those who have not had a chance to do so yet with UFT.
Three Ways Keynote Improves Mobile Testing and Monitoring
I recently had the opportunity to attend a Keynote demonstration of their testing tools for mobile apps and websites on real devices across cellular networks. Here are three takeaways from the presentation that I, as an automation test specialist, was thoroughly impressed by.