Tricentis Tosca provides an approach to test automation – one that is AI-powered, codeless, and end-to-end so it can test everything in a complex IT landscape, and ensure business processes work flawlessly – no matter where changes...
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Tricentis Tosca provides an approach to test automation – one that is AI-powered, codeless, and end-to-end so it can test everything in a complex IT landscape, and ensure business processes work flawlessly – no matter where changes occurs.
Its 160+ technology support means users can test everything at the UI, API and data layer, including virtually any enterprise, custom, homegrown and mobile application.
With its model-based approach, Tosca enables business, QA and IT teams to create and maintain reusable test assets at speed and scale, while, according to the vendor, boosting test automation rates to 90% from release to release. They further state that with Tosca, users can test 12x faster, catch 16x more defects and cut overall testing costs by 40%.
Tosca also features risk optimization, service virtualization, test data management, and smart test case design, making it a comprehensive continuous testing tool.
|Deployment Types||On-premise, Software as a Service (SaaS), Cloud, or Web-Based|
|Mobile Application||Apple iOS, Android, Mobile Web|
|Supported Languages||English, German|
- Scanning SuT
- Libraries with Business Parameter (I love them)
- Default Modules (Aid Pack)
- Unattended execution
- Custom dll. for Tbox on Netdrives would be awesome
- Handling with Chromedriver is a bit annoying
- CRM application automation - Salesforce, SAP.
- Email validation.
- Dynamic data handling.
- Multi lingual testing
- Attributes identification automatically
- Cross environment testing
- Continuous test automation
- Graphical user interface and drag and drop function
- Modular technologies
- Vision AI for WPF
- More possibilities for self-programming
- More documentation and examples
- Control as verification is not stable. It stopped working after a few weeks.
- It is very practical for daily regression testing.
- Desktop Automation
- Mobile Automation
- Web Automation
- Service Virtualization
- Robotic process Automation
- API Automation
- We User want to do customization on the predefined module, he need basic understanding of programing language, and without formal training of customization it is difficult to create custom modules.
- Reporting can be improved
- Codeless - Easy to learn, Users can be trained quickly.
- Modular approach - Reusable test step blocks can be created and used across multiple test cases.
- Multiuser repository - Seamless collaboration between multiple team members in real-time.
- Supports high number of technologies.
- Mobile Automation solution
- Reporting feature
- Test Data Management features can be simplified
- Integration with Test management tools
- Automates across Web, API, Desktop and Databases
- Offers rapid scaling of tests based on test data
- Provides excellent training for new starters
- Better reporting on test progress
- Autoscaling of distributed execution
- Rapid automation
- Ease of use
- Good to get test requirement
- Exploratory testing
- Meta data tracking
- Advanced automation
- out of the box automation
- Fast learning curve
- No code implementations for SMEs
- Distributed executions on agent machines
- DEX execution stability
- User management for shared repos
- API testing UI experience and process to create new test cases
It is not appropriate when testing lots of services, and you require to debug to troubleshoot some errors returned.
- Test data creation and management
- Script maintenance
- Technology stack coverage
- Pricing options for smaller customers
- The certification exams for the Architect role are ambiguous.
- Integrations with other tools could be better. Should not require an API developer to implement.
- Dynamic handling of objects is easy
- Reusability of test cases
- No scripting involved
- Multiple features in one tool
- Vendor support
- Multiple technology support
- Test case design section is very complicated
- A little expensive
- The UI takes time to understand
- Speed of delivery
- Rapid automation
- Onboarding new users
- Meta data management is hard to follow
- Hard to govern users
- Integration with other tools can be challenging and costly
- Web based
- Mobile based
- Web services
- Coding is not available
- Product functionality and performance
- Improvement in the desktop applications
- It's one stop shop for all your test automation needs like - api layer, ui layer, load testing, mobile automation.
- It has excellent support for CI/CD and Devops environment which makes it very modern but much needed solution
- It can run in cross browser and cross devices with same test script and again saves a lot of time.
- Excellent results and dashboards gives nice view into results.
- Image comparison and visual validation is such an important thing today and Tricentis should do more to support these activities.
- It's a paid tool meaning you have to shell out money to use it.Although it more than does justice for the price.
- Support to integrate test results with test management tools like HP ALM,Jira-Xray would be nice.
- Tosca provides a one-stop solution for your test-automation needs. One can use it to automate testing of desktop (web/stand-alone) applications, Mobile(Native as well as Web) applications etc.
- It is a great tool since it not only helps in test automation but also in maintaining a suite for Manual testing.
- It does have a steep learning curve, A tool is often perceived capable of doing only what its user is able to achieve in accomplishing while using it. For this reason, its very necessary if for the team at Tricentis to continue doing the great work they are doing to train early adopters of this fantastic tool.
Since the tool allows to maintain the manual test-suite within itself I believe it would help considerably to ensure that there are no gaps between the Manual and automated test coverage and the manual as well as the automation teams can work closely.
- Model Based Test Automation: Creation of reusable modules. Having reusable data classes is a real plus when working with huge volumes of data. Requirement coverage in TOSCA gives a clear picture on the test coverage based on frequency and damage class. This feature is very helpful in determining priority test cases during time crunch.
- TOSCA's inbuilt combining matrix is very helpful to determine which attribute needs to be tested more. The concepts of having straight thru and negative tests along with boundary is a great plus.
- Template based tests cover maximum scenarios with minimal effort. Ability to pause a test execution in the middle is a great utility especially when there are some un wanted popups.
- I don't see any cons for TOSCA. One thing that I would like to suggest for Tricentis is that the pricing for TOSCA is a bit on the higher side. I do agree that the features are great but if they can compromise just a little on the price then this tool would be the market leader for decades.