The first Software QA Automation platform for DevOps. Helping dev and QA teams test 10X to 100X faster and deliver applications with higher quality, performance and security.
Appvance is making load testing lower cost, fast, and easy for development & QA teams with the introduction of Appvance UTP Performance Cloud.
Appvance is making customer success a significant priority with the addition of Harry Manley as the new vice president of customer experience. In this role he will work closely with customers to ensure they are maximizing their investment in Appvance UTP, the most comprehensive DevOps-driven software test automation platform in the industry.
Appvance has closed a $5 million round of venture capital funding led by Javelin Venture Partners to continue its mission to reinvent enterprise software and application testing with the world's first "DevOps-ready" software quality assurance solution.
Appvance, Inc., the leader in DevOps unified test automation, now offers a deep integration with AppDynamics. Developers, DevOps teams, IT and QA professionals can now gain deeper visibility into the full-stack performance of cloud, mobile and corporate applications. The rich feature set includes the ability to run functional, performance and load tests on applications with rapidly recorded use-cases, and dive into system, Java and .NET analytics, which AppDynamics captures and brings directly into the Appvance platform.
New release puts Appvance in a league of its own, APC2 is the only platform to offer the depth and breadth of features to meet the demands of today's serious tester.
Appvance, Inc., a leader in mobile/social app performance validation, announced it has closed its first ever outside round of financing. The $1.05M round was led by Staenberg Ventures, Social Internet Fund and FundersClub.
PushToTest Inc., maker of the world's most used app performance and validation platform, today announced it has become Appvance Inc. The company will continue to focus on helping enterprise customers improve app performance under stress and load.
One frequent excuse I hear is that the QA department has Mercury, which was renamed HP LoadRunner after the HP acquisition. The joke is that Selenium is the cure for Mercury poisoning, but it's no joke. LoadRunner is one of those solutions that would be really good if you could figure out how to use it and could get it to do what it claims to do without buying 10 times more hardware than it says it need. You'll never get it to do an adequate job of load testing for an amount of money that even a cash-flush organization would be unwilling to spend. There are adequate alternatives to LoadRunner. One of my favorites is Push-to-Test Testmaker. It's open source (GPL), and you can tie the same Selenium tests you do for automated functional testing into load test scripts. It allows you to parameterize the user fields from a CSV file or database so that you can simulate adequate unique users under a comprehensive set of scenarios.
PushToTest Inc. acquired the assets of a 10-year-old open source project called TestMaker in 2012, then rolled out a more advanced commercial version that tests whether Web and mobile apps are ready for release. PushToTest offers its cloud-based validation platform to small and large customers through subscription or software sales. Its customers include Fortune 1000 customers such as Pepsi, BestBuy and Rackspace.