Platform Overview

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Platform Overview 2018-11-27T09:28:32+00:00
Perfecto: The platform built for increasing DevOps quality and velocity

Coveragetest automation, and release velocity are major challenges facing development teams. You need the tools to master all three… ideally, based on one cloud-based platform that integrates into your team’s toolchain. Building testing into the entire DevOps pipeline will eventually lead you to the fundamental question…

What does a testing platform need to have in order to be successful?

Coverage & Connectivity

Test coverage with a cloud-based lab
Cloud-based access gives you and your team the ability to perform functional testing anytime, from anywhere, which means increasing velocity and releasing better mobile apps.  What kind of coverage should you aim for?

Your testing platform should be a natural extension of your existing tools.  It should be integrated whether you’re in development, QA, or Support/Ops.  It only makes sense to make it part of every tool in your team’s toolbox.

Test Automation

Avoid QA bottlenecks caused by manual testing with one test script for web and mobile devices. Utilize existing open source automation frameworks like Selenium, Appium, Espresso and others.

How our automation tools build and improve open source
Automated testing for advanced features like Touch ID, Voice, Chatbots
From 0 to 70% automation in 3 months? You bet

Reporting & Analytics

Automation is revolutionary. It also creates mountains of data to interpret. You need an analytics tool that not only integrates with your testing platform but also allows you to quickly sort and interpret test result data.

Visual analytics tools are an essential part of the fast feedback model that lets you find bugs quickly.

The bottom line is that you’ll spend more time on development and validation, less on analysis.

Check out our innovative visual analytics DigitalZoom™ dashboard

Automated Testing on Real Devices

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Perfecto’s Cloud-based Testing Platform

Whether you’re a development, QA, production, or support professional, you can connect to our Cloud-based lab through your existing toolchain and our Platform Connectivity Layer.

From there, we enhance open-source automation tools with enterprise-grade security and persona-based testing (WindTunnel™) with the ability to use one script across web, mobile and IoT devices.

Using our visual analytics tool, DigitalZoom, you’ll be able to interpret automated test results faster, find defects early, and streamline your DevOps pipeline.

Yes, there’s a lot going on… let’s break it down…

The Cloud-based Continuous Quality Lab

Instant-on, Always-on Lab
We have the only cloud-based platform for web, mobile and IoT software testing. You’ll have instant, 24/7 access to the power of 14 data centers complete with persona-based, real-world-conditions testing.

Open Source made Enterprise-Grade Secure
All devices, whether hosted privately or publicly, are managed in highly secure global data centers located worldwide. Our customers also benefit from dedicated on-boarding and support services.

Test Automation: the key to efficiency and Fast Feedback

Increase test automation coverage and benefit from earlier detection of functional and user experience issues. Extend testing across the entire SDLC – reduce release time from 3 weeks to 2 days.

See what automation frameworks we integrate with, and become agile!


DigitalZoom™ Analytics: A visual tool for drilling down into results quickly

Our analytics tools give you fast feedback and let you find bugs quickly. Spend more time on development and validation, less on analysis.

Integrations, Users & Connecting to the Perfecto Platform

The #1 key to software success is adoption. What could be easier to adopt but a tool that’s an extension of the tool you’re already using?

Choose any tool in the DevOps process and we’ve got a Perfecto integrated tool that allow you to tap into the Perfecto platform without leaving your interface.

IDEs, Continuous Integration (CI), Testing Frameworks, APIs, etc