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1. It's open source which supports range of languages, operating systems and languages. Well suited for Android and IOS mobile automation. Supports all kinds of apps, which makes it flexible and robust mobile testing tool 2. It is less appropriate where we need intercept network call to verify the API calls. Extensive coding experience is required to work Appium
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It's good for issue resolution, user access request automation, standard report generation, health checks, executing self-healing as configured in the attributes. Currently not good at real-time monitoring to trigger an action. Health checks have to be on a scheduled basis.
Read full review Pros It uses WebDriver API so it makes it easy to use for former web test automation engineers. It can be managed via the command line via an extensive set of parameters. It handles implicit waits at the server side that is especially valuable in distributed infrastructure. Read full review ignio handles 100+ use cases covering the entire organization including applications and infrastructure. Centralize the dashboard to view and executed the health of systems in our environment. It handles CA services desk Incidents and requests. Using automated tools with power shell scripts. ignio event management helps the organization to manage the alerts well and make an informed decision. Read full review Cons Element browser sometimes is unreliable and has sporadic fails. Appium running is a bit slow, compared to tests written with Appium and with Espresso or XCTest. Read full review There is a lot more the desktop tool can do. For example, we need to apply an upgrade to get the tool to talk to our infrastructure while employees are working from home. The tool was initially installed with the assumption that the desktops would be in UserLand. Instead after COVID-19 the desktop/laptops have been used for over a year on people's home networks. As of right now, we have to sync when the devices are connected to VPN. Moving forward with the upgrade, we will be getting this data over TLS when they are connected to the untrusted networks. The concept of ignio AlOps requires OCM efforts within most operational teams. This isn't necessarily the fault of the tool itself, but when implementing ignio, or any AIOps tool, the team will get a lot of pushback as an outside team is centralizing the operational improvements. The tool should have a centralized intake process that will allow the collection, ranking, and management of automation opportunities. ignio AlOps should then simulate the proposed efficiencies from implementing something within the backlog. Right now a lot of local teams are having a hard time getting on the same page as the enterprise teams, and a common methodology for prioritizing (even if overly simplistic) would go a long way to enterprise planning. These tools are very new and things get added to them all the time. There should be a way for the product's stakeholders and process owners to understand the additional value ignio AlOps is gaining over time. Read full review Likelihood to Renew
It is a very good product and it helps our organization.
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ignio AIOps version upgrades were a heavy lift. Having to learn a new language versus an industry standard language took time. More consideration on overall internal long-term support needs to be determined.
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We had performance issues in older version butterfly. But the new version cheetah is simply amazing
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We have built a healthy relationship with the vendor support team throughout the implementation phase, all incidents raised were resolved within the SLA without a fail
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Implementation team has provided necessary training & enablement.
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Online training materials are shared by the implementation team and it was good.
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I am happy with the way team has implemented and shared the product for our organization. However, would like to see it get extended to the other line of business too.
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Read full review Return on Investment Appium is open source, so it's free. That's budget friendly right there. The ability to write mobile automation tests has saved considerable time for our manual test team, but that is true with most automation tests. We use Sauce Labs with our other automation, but Appium works great with Sauce Labs, as well, if I needed to run on emulators and simulators. Read full review ignio has had a positive impact on our organization by saving 7,000+ hours within Operations and automatically resolving 84% of our service requests. ignio has increased our alert coverage by over 60%. Read full review ScreenShots