LambdaTest improves its Selenium automation testing experience with the addition of its AI-powered integrated test intelligence
This addition is the latest in the line of constant enhancements that LambdaTest is doing to enable the most seamless digital experience testing for its customers
NOIDA, India & SAN FRANCISCO–(BUSINESS WIRE)– LambdaTest, an intelligent omnichannel digital experience testing cloud platform, has announced the addition of advanced AI-powered test intelligence features to its Selenium testing cloud offering. With this latest development, LambdaTest will now enable enterprises with deeper insights into their test execution process and help them better streamline their quality assurance process.
LambdaTest has been constantly working on enhancing its Selenium automation testing cloud and the test intelligence feature is the latest addition to the list. Over the last quarter, LambdaTest has added features like support for all Selenium 4 versions, including support for BiDi protocol, enhanced low-latency live streaming of test execution for faster test feedback, and the ability to group tests by tags for better manageability.
Just last month, LambdaTest added Selenium tracing that allows users to visualize each command flow and each test error along with its telemetry data. All these features combined allow users to get deeper insights into the health of their applications, streamline their testing processes, and achieve better test outcomes.
“We are constantly working towards empowering digital transformation teams to achieve better test outcomes and deliver higher-quality digital experiences to their end customers. The addition of our AI-powered integrated test intelligence offering with our existing top-notch Selenium automation cloud is another step in that direction. With our advanced test intelligence features, we are providing our customers with a more holistic view of their testing, enabling them to identify issues faster and optimize their testing processes,” said Mayank Bhola, Co-Founder and Head of Product, LambdaTest. “We are committed to providing our customers with the tools and capabilities they need to perform testing with greater efficiency. With these new features, customers will now get seamless insights into the quality of their releases that will help them make informed decisions faster.”
In its efforts to support the Selenium and WebDriver community, LambdaTest is one of the Selenium-level sponsors at the upcoming Selenium Conference 2023 in Chicago, from March 28-30.
LambdaTest has also announced the launch of its digital experience testing cloud for enterprises. The offering will enable enterprises to accelerate their digital transformation by providing a best-in-class, 360-degree test execution and orchestration platform coupled with insightful test analytics and customizable deployment options–Public cloud, single tenant, or on-premise.
Also, Satya Nadella, Chairman & CEO of Microsoft, who recently delivered the keynote address at the Microsoft Future Ready Technology Summit 2023, Bengaluru, said that “LambdaTest is doing for test automation what Kubernetes did for container orchestration – creating that next level of efficiency around test automation so that people can actually focus on testing versus test orchestration.”
For more details, visit: https://www.lambdatest.com/selenium-automation
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AI-powered Integrated Test Intelligence
Test execution insights are critical for digital transformation as they provide enterprises with deeper insight into the quality of releases and trends. By analyzing the test execution data, LambdaTest’s integrated test intelligence provides enterprises with insights into patterns and trends that can lead to informed decisions about future development and improve application quality. This can empower development teams with detailed and actionable test execution data and close the gap between data, insight, and action for better and faster decision-making.
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