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Score 6.6 out of 100
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Score 8.9 out of 100

Likelihood to Recommend

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[It's] well suited when there is someone with some degree of programming comfort.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

ReadyAPI (formerly SoapUI Pro, LoadUI Pro, & ServiceV Pro)

SopaUI is the best choice when it comes to testing complicated combination of web services such as RESTful, SOAP, JSON and AMF. Although It can also cover simple HTML GUI test cases by calling web page elements as a recorded order, but it is not a good choice for testing user interfaces or as a replacement to Selenium.
Payam Pirooznia | TrustRadius Reviewer

Pros

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  • Simple recording front-end and easily captures UI objects for later interaction
  • Flexible programming interface provides a multitude of manners in which to interact with learned UI objects
  • Javascript based IDE is easy to learn
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

ReadyAPI (formerly SoapUI Pro, LoadUI Pro, & ServiceV Pro)

  • Ease of use and setup, particularly with SOAP services where you have the WSDL. Import and go. If your WSDL changes you can update the definition or refactor it, which is a life saver.
  • Decent GUI - I feel the GUI is well thought out in most areas.
  • Scripting and Plugins - Allows setting of a script repository (Pro). In general, you can script in Groovy or JavaScript throughout a project. We use Groovy and haven't run into anything we haven't been able to find a solution to through scripting. For plugins, we've written some custom ones in Java to add menu items. To use them you just have to drop the jar file in a specific directory.
  • Community - The community via blogs and forums is great. If you run into issues you can normally find someone else who had a similar problem. The response on the forums from SmartBear is also good. They also recently added an 'API Dojo' which is very informational.
Natalie Colyer | TrustRadius Reviewer

Cons

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  • Some of the UI elements could still stand to have some refinement
  • Online KB could have some more "pinned" articles that relate specifically to setup/installation
  • Don't like that links to online documents force use of IE browser instead of default browser
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

ReadyAPI (formerly SoapUI Pro, LoadUI Pro, & ServiceV Pro)

  • Recently the tool has become heavy since it has integrated virtualization features. Unless provided enough heap space, the tool sometimes can crash during the execution.
  • History of test execution is forgotten as new payload is executed in the same step. Will be useful to keep the history for reuse purposes.
Sachin Gulmadagkar | TrustRadius Reviewer

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ReadyAPI (formerly SoapUI Pro, LoadUI Pro, & ServiceV Pro)

ReadyAPI (formerly SoapUI Pro, LoadUI Pro, & ServiceV Pro) 9.2
Based on 16 answers
Invested in 1000 of hours reusable test script and modules, and it still seems to be growing. Not to mention that even without that consideration, it would still be the choice for the type of testing SoapUI provides. It is in investment that was wisely made, and requires us to stay the course.
Christopher Saleh | TrustRadius Reviewer

Usability

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ReadyAPI (formerly SoapUI Pro, LoadUI Pro, & ServiceV Pro)

ReadyAPI (formerly SoapUI Pro, LoadUI Pro, & ServiceV Pro) 10.0
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SOAP UI was mainly developed to test SOA-based application which is majorly SOAP-based web services, SOAP UI works well with SOAP services which are XML-based and when you work with SOAP UI for some time you will understand that it is meant to test SOAP services predominantly.
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Reliability and Availability

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ReadyAPI (formerly SoapUI Pro, LoadUI Pro, & ServiceV Pro)

ReadyAPI (formerly SoapUI Pro, LoadUI Pro, & ServiceV Pro) 9.0
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Soap UI has managed to continuously build on it's solid foundation and keep improving by each release. It is by far the most dependable and accurate testing tool out there of its kind. Available via connecting to VM's created as SoapUI test machines give access to it anytime, anywhere practically.
Christopher Saleh | TrustRadius Reviewer

Performance

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ReadyAPI (formerly SoapUI Pro, LoadUI Pro, & ServiceV Pro)

ReadyAPI (formerly SoapUI Pro, LoadUI Pro, & ServiceV Pro) 8.0
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It has an excellent GUI design and the reporting mechanism is also very
good. It does consume a lot of memory though during concurrent testing.
Christopher Saleh | TrustRadius Reviewer

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ReadyAPI (formerly SoapUI Pro, LoadUI Pro, & ServiceV Pro)

ReadyAPI (formerly SoapUI Pro, LoadUI Pro, & ServiceV Pro) 7.7
Based on 15 answers
For my purposes, the provided help features have been sufficient. I am sure I would be better off if I were to spend more time studying the app. For now, I load a project, connect, and execute. It just works.
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ReadyAPI (formerly SoapUI Pro, LoadUI Pro, & ServiceV Pro)

ReadyAPI (formerly SoapUI Pro, LoadUI Pro, & ServiceV Pro) 7.0
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no very easy but lacks documentation
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Alternatives Considered

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Mmuch better from a flexibility perspective
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

ReadyAPI (formerly SoapUI Pro, LoadUI Pro, & ServiceV Pro)

Our team did an extensive analysis of the products that were available to carry out API Testing. There were 3 products that were finalized, SoapUI Pro, Postman, and Katalon Studio, out of these 3 SoapUI was the clear winner. I can't stress enough about the SoapUI's UI interface, very clean. SoapUI Pro enabled us to reuse our test scripts over multiple environments. Enabled us with data-driven testing.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Scalability

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ReadyAPI (formerly SoapUI Pro, LoadUI Pro, & ServiceV Pro)

ReadyAPI (formerly SoapUI Pro, LoadUI Pro, & ServiceV Pro) 7.0
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It has an excellent GUI design and the reporting mechanism is also very
good. It does consume a lot of memory though during concurrent testing. However, I have read that added monitoring tools have been added, which if so the 7 could possibly go to a 8 or 9.
Christopher Saleh | TrustRadius Reviewer

Return on Investment

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ReadyAPI (formerly SoapUI Pro, LoadUI Pro, & ServiceV Pro)

  • Positive impact: It has made our webservice automation faster and more reliable than manual webservice testing. ROI has definitely increased in recent months.
  • Negative Impact: You need trained resources in order to implement the complete solution. Sometimes it's difficult to find trained sources.
Binoy Shah | TrustRadius Reviewer

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Pricing Details

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General

Free Trial
Yes
Free/Freemium Version
Yes
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Entry-level set up fee?
No

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Edition
Single License$899.991
5-License Pack$799.991
10-License Pack$799.991
  1. Lifetime License per Seat
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ReadyAPI (formerly SoapUI Pro, LoadUI Pro, & ServiceV Pro)

General

Free Trial
Yes
Free/Freemium Version
Yes
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Entry-level set up fee?
No

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