What you need to know about the new SaaS testing solutions
SaaSS (Software Assurance) is an evolving set of tools to help businesses manage and monitor software deployment.
As software gets more and more complicated, there are more and better tools and services to manage that complexity.
This article takes a look at some of the new testing tools that are coming soon, and the services they will offer.
A big new tool for SMBs is xcel Testing solutions.
These are cloud-based testing solutions that allow businesses to run tests remotely on a dedicated, shared computer, with no need to run a separate testing environment.xcel offers several cloud-connected testing solutions for SMB’s, with the most popular being xcel Cloud Test.xec2 is an easy-to-use cloud-to – cloud-test solution for SMEs.
It allows customers to run their tests from anywhere, anytime, and with no configuration, with a single sign-on to a cloud-hosted domain.xert and eTest are two other cloud-enabled testing solutions.xepi is a cloud testing solution that is very similar to xcel but it offers a different feature set.
It offers a simplified, low-level interface for SMIs to run automated tests on the web and mobile, with little configuration.XCel is a testing solution based on Xec2.
It is similar in many ways to xert, but it also allows SMIs access to a dedicated test server for their testing.xcr is an SMB-to xcr cloud-testing solution.
It was created by xec2 to help SMBs manage and deploy their cloud-tested applications.xcluster is a SMB to cloud-server hybrid cloud-management platform that provides cloud-managed and cloud-app-managed services to SMBs and SMEs alike.xcloud is a new cloud-service hybrid cloud solution for enterprise-level SMBs.
It lets SMBs run tests on any of their data centers and cloud environments and allows SMBs to leverage any of the latest cloud services, including Azure.xcore is an integrated cloud-core management and testing solution for cloud-services.xed is a platform that allows SMB enterprises to manage and scale their cloud testing and deployment strategies with a central location.xfactory provides a number of cloud-client-based cloud- and cloud service-management services to help business owners manage and automate cloud-application deployment, testing and support.xgcloud is an open source cloud-giant that lets SMB business owners deploy, test and manage cloud-driven applications.
This tool supports multiple cloud-platforms and is designed for SMBIEs, as well as SMBs who have existing, cloud-focused, business-centric cloud-apps.xhalo is an enterprise-grade cloud-enterprise-centric solution that provides SMBs with a simple, cloud platform-agnostic cloud-implementation solution.xhub is a free cloud-development, test-management, and monitoring platform that can be used for SMs and SMBs looking to manage, test, and deploy cloud-backed applications.
The cloud-level testing solutions are available as cloud-in-the-cloud (CITV) and cloud services.
CITV provides SMB businesses with a way to test and deploy applications and services using a cloud service that is hosted on the same physical data center.
CITEv2 is the first of its kind to support CITv3, which is the next-generation cloud service.
The CITEV3 Cloud Service enables SMBs on a CITVs cloud to deploy and manage applications on a single data center, as opposed to having to host the application and service in multiple data centers.
The cloud service can also scale to the size and scope of the business, and provide the flexibility of multiple data center configurations.
Cloud-based services offer a way for SMOs to test their application deployments without the need to create an entirely new application deployment model.
They also enable SMBs, SMB service providers, and SMB applications to leverage the same shared infrastructure.
This flexibility makes them ideal for SMBSes who want to deploy applications across multiple data centres and cloud platforms.
A common feature of cloud services is the ability to leverage cloud-specific technologies.
Cloud-specific APIs, such as Cloud APIs for cloud testing, can be accessed through the API Gateway.
This API Gateway will allow SMBs access to any API that is defined by the cloud-distributed cloud service provider.
Cloud services also allow SMB application developers to leverage existing, open-source, or open-hardware technologies to deploy their application, and to manage the deployment of their application in a manner that is appropriate for the business environment.
This can allow SMBSs to leverage services such as Google Cloud Platform (GCP) to create cloud-native, enterprise-ready apps.
Cloud testing solutions allow SMEs to manage