National Instruments SystemLink vs. TestGrid

Overview
ProductRatingMost Used ByProduct SummaryStarting Price
SystemLink
Score 4.0 out of 10
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National Instruments headquartered in Austin offers SystemLink, a software platform for managing system configurationt tasks, device management, software deployment, to improve system uptime and performance.N/A
TestGrid
Score 9.3 out of 10
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TestGrid is a web and mobile application automated testing software provider based in Atlanta, Georgia. TestGrid states they are the first to introduce low code tech for automation testing. TestGrid provides end to end SDLC automation solution which accelerates test automation for agile teams.N/A
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National Instruments SystemLinkTestGrid
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SystemLinkTestGrid
Free Trial
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Free/Freemium Version
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Premium Consulting/Integration Services
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Entry-level Setup FeeNo setup feeNo setup fee
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User Ratings
National Instruments SystemLinkTestGrid
Likelihood to Recommend
4.0
(1 ratings)
9.3
(10 ratings)
User Testimonials
National Instruments SystemLinkTestGrid
Likelihood to Recommend
NI (National Instruments)
There are definitely scenarios where NI SystemLink will be useful but just didn't work out well for us. I needed to be able to replace an EXE file on a computer with a new EXE to do the upgrades but I was not able to do that through SystemLink. You had to work with packages in order to perform this and I didn't want to revamp my distribution plan. We also didn't need to do any asset management or calibration documentation through SystemLink. I was excited about being able to view data from the test stations through a browser but our engineers need historical data available and everything resets to a live view when you click back to the UI.
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TestGrid
Easy navigation. Test Data Management. Flexible Supports for Automation Testing Sometimes it fails to connect to cloud devices or browsers
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Pros
NI (National Instruments)
  • Setup
  • User Interface
  • LabVIEW Integration
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TestGrid
  • Low barrier to entry for beginner test engineer due to scriptless nature of test case
  • Proficient test engineer could utilize CI/CD Integration
  • Both Browser & Mobile Device Infrastructure Available Natively
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Cons
NI (National Instruments)
  • Licensing
  • Not able to see data from all test stations on one UI
  • Lack of data history
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TestGrid
  • Can be slow in instances where multiple scripts and requests are running on a webpage plus the docs can also be improved
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NI (National Instruments)
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TestGrid
We frequently came across scenarios which were too cumbersome for manual testing & wanted an easy automation solution. We are now using TestGrid for those scenarios & are happy with the product.
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Return on Investment
NI (National Instruments)
  • Availability to monitor multiple test stations remotely
  • Was quick to integrate into existing LabVIEW codebase
  • Ultimately did not justify the licensing cost for the benefit
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TestGrid
  • we were looking for a remote infrastructure provider so that our remote team could use it for automation as well as manual testing.
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