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

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Score 8.3 out of 100
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Score 8.2 out of 100

Likelihood to Recommend

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

It is well suited in the development phase, when developers can import definitions (SOAP, REST) and work with different APIs. It can also be used to define contracts for API through Swagger / OpenAPI. In the testing phase, it can be integrated in CI / CD pipelines to run test suites for different APIs. Also, when multiple teams work on different APIs which are to be consumed by the other, virtualisation feature in ReadyAPI helps in creating virtualised services through the definitions / contracts created earlier.
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It is very appropriate to connect all test cases with the user's history and connect with all JIRAs with TCs. By saving all the test documents in one place it gives us a lot of order and ease of use allows to run my test cases in different browsers and have the execution of the test for each execution separately and very useful your automation script for our requirement, but I'm still exploring in that area. should have some built-in tool to capture the screenshots.
Carla Borges | TrustRadius Reviewer

Pros

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

  • SoapUI NG Pro is a prefect tool for setting up complicated test cases with many steps including parameterized Web Service requests, response assertions, data generators, data sources, data sinks (report recorders) and more
  • You can use Groovy or JavaScript for more complicated automation such as validating the results, extracting data, using external Java libraries or running system processes. Groovy IDE is compatible with Java and you can easily write your code in Java with very few modifications.
  • SoapUI enables you to run multiple test suites in parallel or in a loop, and provide user friendly reports including all test case results and test case coverage.
  • SoapUI NG Pro lets you to perform security test against your web services with predefined scenarios such as xml bombing, xml injection, sql injection, buffer overflow tests, monkey testing and so on.
  • SoapUI NG Pro, offers a simple but practical solution for low to medium load testing scenarios. You can obtain many more Load and Performance testing features by extending your license with purchasing LoadUI Pro.
Payam Pirooznia | TrustRadius Reviewer

Tricentis qTest

  • Easy to use GUI
  • Insights
  • Jira integration
Anvesh Malhotra | TrustRadius Reviewer

Cons

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

  • Needs good documentation
  • Need to improve the performance of the tool
  • Setup is very complex and for such [a] commercial tool, it should easy and straightforward
  • Tool says it supports security testing but in reality, it is not at an extensive level.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

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  • It is difficult to configure all the technologies.
  • It should be possible to use any version of Java.
  • You have to configure Redis, Elasticsearch and, Java before you can install.
  • Sometimes [there are] loading issues.
Carla Borges | TrustRadius Reviewer

Likelihood to Renew

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

ReadyAPI (formerly SoapUI Pro, LoadUI Pro, & ServiceV Pro) 9.0
Based on 17 answers
I would definitely renew the ReadyAPI as I was pretty happy while using it. But then I switched my job, and the current workplace is using Postman so we are using it for now. Plus, I don't have any issues with Postman. At the end of the day, it about selecting the tool that gets your work done more efficiently.
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Usability

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

ReadyAPI (formerly SoapUI Pro, LoadUI Pro, & ServiceV Pro) 10.0
Based on 4 answers
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

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

ReadyAPI (formerly SoapUI Pro, LoadUI Pro, & ServiceV Pro) 9.0
Based on 2 answers
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

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Performance

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

ReadyAPI (formerly SoapUI Pro, LoadUI Pro, & ServiceV Pro) 8.0
Based on 2 answers
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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Support Rating

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

ReadyAPI (formerly SoapUI Pro, LoadUI Pro, & ServiceV Pro) 7.9
Based on 14 answers
One-stop solution for all API needs. Easy to use, support for multiple types of APIs. Powerful Data driven testing features and ability to create Mocks. Newer versions also provided support for creating tests based on drag and drop. Support for multiple databases for database testing. Not only the tool support testing using prebuilt features but also supports extension through Groovy and Java scripting.
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Implementation Rating

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

ReadyAPI (formerly SoapUI Pro, LoadUI Pro, & ServiceV Pro) 7.0
Based on 3 answers
no very easy but lacks documentation
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Alternatives Considered

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

ReadyAPI vs Postman: ReadyAPI makes testing WSDL, SOAP, etc. much easier and quicker. Postman would require you to manually construct the SOAP envelopes and metadata XML, which is a lot of work for something that is meant to be a quick test.
Anthony Aziz | TrustRadius Reviewer

Tricentis qTest

  • Integrations with JIRA and insights are attractive.
  • CI integration was built in-house.
Anvesh Malhotra | TrustRadius Reviewer

Scalability

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

ReadyAPI (formerly SoapUI Pro, LoadUI Pro, & ServiceV Pro) 7.0
Based on 1 answer
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

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Return on Investment

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

Tricentis qTest

  • It had a positive impact as the company greatly improved its testing processes.
  • This tool allowed us to make perfect integrations with a series of leading applications.
  • Users get robust and rich integration with their JIRA instances.
Carla Borges | TrustRadius Reviewer

Pricing Details

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

Tricentis qTest

General

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

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