Effective testing is vital to the successful development of software. But with so many automated software testing tools on the market, how do you figure out which one is right for your organization?

Some automated testing tools can only perform specific types of testing in specific languages, such as Java application unit testing. Other testing products support a broad range of applications and deliver far more features and functionality. With no shortage of alternatives, the key to choosing the best tool is to create a list of requirements and use it as you review automated testing tool options.

This white paper examines common requirements for automated testing tools that you can use to create a list that reflects your specific testing needs.

You’ll learn how to choose an automated testing tool that:
  • Supports various operating systems and software testing types
  • Creates automated tests without programming
  • Creates automated tests that are resistant to changes
  • Supports various test data sources
  • Logs automated test results
  • Exports reports
  • Integrates with team system and build software


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