Santa Clara, CA (PRWEB) September 14, 2012
QMetry, a premier provider of Total Test Management solutions today announced the latest release of its award-winning Test Management Platform. QMetry 5.3 focuses on better integration with ALM tools and also includes numerous enhancements designed to help QA teams weave Test Management into their Continuous Integration processes.
On the ALM side, QMetry 5.3 includes complete support for JIRA 5.0 and improved REST-based Web Service API’s to support the Remote Linking and Activity Streams features in JIRA. It also includes support for the Rally Enterprise Edition and improved integration with another popular defect tracking platform, FogBugZ.
The product release also includes features and enhancements designed to help QA teams that work within teams that use Continuous Integration (CI) as part of their development methodology. Through a feature called Drop (similar to a Build or Iteration), QMetry offers testing teams the flexibility to track test cases at the desired level of granularity. The Drop capability and its associated APIs have been significantly enhanced in 5.3 to enable better alignment with CI and associated development methodologies like Agile.
A complete list of additions, enhancements and bug fixes can be found on the Release Notes page on QMetry’s Website.
“Continuous Integration is becoming ubiquitous amongst many development teams, especially those that utilize Agile. QMetry 5.3 has been equipped to address the evolving marketplace requirement that needs Test Management tools to align into new software development trends” said Manish Mathuria, CTO at QMetry. “QMetry 5.3 also includes numerous improvements into our integrations with ALM tools and these will help us gain further market traction amongst enterprises that need these capabilities in Test Management platforms”.
QMetry provides a web based software as a service (SaaS) Test Management platform that significantly improves the productivity of QA teams. QMetry provides a cohesive platform for managing testing process and test artifacts that can help improve the quality of software and meet regulatory compliances. Customers include NewsGator, Blackhawk Network, F5, Informatica, Comcast, Ingenuity Systems, Razorfish, University of Sydney as well as many other small, mid and large Enterprises. For more information visit us at http://www.QMetry.com.
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