Improving your team’s collaboration and productivity is a sure way to accelerate your company’s path to quality assurance.

And now you can with HCL’s new OneTest suite version 10. This latest installment speeds up testing, while cutting down the need to maintain an expensive test infrastructure, all while using a new friendly user experience.

The new version also boasts the HCL OneTest Server — a fully-contained, secure by design, server, which enables users to bring together testing from across the OneTest products.

“Our HCL OneTest Server brings together test data, test environments and test execution into a single, easy-to-use dashboard for testers and non-testers,” said Chris Haggan, HCL Product Manager for Functional and Performance Test Automation.

The OneTest Version 10 also introduces new capabilities such as:a

  • New dataset technology
  • Native GIT integration across the OneTest portfolio
  • JMeter integration for performance testers

Learn more about this exciting launch here.

About HCL OneTest

HCL OneTest provides software testing tools to support a DevOps approach: API testing, functional testing, UI testing, performance testing and service virtualization.

It helps you automate and run tests earlier and more frequently to discover errors sooner — when they are less costly to fix. HCL also provides a bundled offering under a new consumption model that changes the way you can use and deploy DevOps software.

The new offering helps simplify your planning for adoption and growth of critical DevOps products.

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