Test Infrastructure Management System
The Test Infrastructure Management System is a set of interconnected software and hardware components, as well as methodologies for application lifecycle management, which can significantly reduce the cost of deploying and managing test environments, reduce the cost of testing new system versions, and increase the speed and quality of innovation.Features
- Automates the creation and update of test environments
- Controls resources
- Centralizes administration
- Manages test data and depersonalization
- Manages accounts and access
- Integrates with ITSM and ALM systems
- Efficient use of resources.
Monitoring and controlling the use of resources makes it possible to identify unused or redundant resources allocated for test environments.
- Increasing the speed of creating and updating test environments.
Automating the creation and updating of test environments means you can create and update test environments faster and more often. Reducing the human element in creating and updating test environments reduces the time needed to fix defects and inaccuracies in the testing infrastructure itself.
- Reduced labour costs for infrastructure management.
Automatic control test infrastructure e will free IT resources for other important tasks.
- Improving the quality of testing.
Automation and management processes to create and update test environments will maintain test infrastructure up to date. Reducing the human factor in creating and updating test environments will reduce defects and inaccuracies in the testing infrastructure itself.
- Increased level of information security.
Depersonalizing data makes sensitive data inaccessible for testing teams. Automated account management and access will effectively share access to each test environment.
- Faster time to market of new products and services.
By reducing the time to create and update test infrastructure, you can choose between launching your product sooner, or use the extra time to ensure its quality.