|By Business Wire||
|June 3, 2014 11:42 AM EDT||
Parasoft, the leading provider of Service Virtualization, API Testing, and Development Testing technologies, and Skytap, the leading provider of self-service application development environments in the cloud, today announced a joint offering that delivers cloud-based Development Testing.
The joint solution featuring Parasoft Development Testing Platform (which includes Parasoft Static Analysis and Unit Testing) and Skytap Cloud provides on-demand access to multiple, concurrent test environments and continuous integration—allowing development and test teams to perform parallel unit testing and static analysis to automate and shorten their testing windows. Together, these technologies allow companies to yield greater throughput and increased velocity in order to become more agile and release software quicker.
“There is no doubt that all modern companies are software companies,” stated Wayne Ariola, Chief Strategy Officer for Parasoft Corporation. “This new reality has created an unprecedented demand for accelerating software delivery without compromising quality. Companies must continuously test at every stage of the SDLC. This means that Development Testing practices like static analysis and unit testing must be automated and 'baked into' the process of delivering software.”
“Most development and QA teams do not have sufficient access to test environments to test as often and broadly as they want to,” said Brian White, Vice President of Products at Skytap. “Parasoft and Skytap offer dev/test teams the ability to spin-up self-service test environments on-demand. The results are better test coverage, faster defect remediation and higher quality software.”
For 27 years, Parasoft has researched and developed software solutions that help organizations define and deliver defect-free software efficiently. By integrating development testing, API testing, and service virtualization, we reduce the time, effort, and cost of delivering secure, reliable, and compliant software. Parasoft's enterprise and embedded development solutions are the industry's most comprehensive—including static analysis, unit testing with requirements traceability, functional & load testing, dev/test environment management, and more. The majority of Fortune 500 companies rely on Parasoft in order to produce top-quality software consistently and efficiently.
About Skytap, Inc.
Skytap is the leading provider of cloud-based dev/test environments to the enterprise. Skytap Cloud removes the inefficiencies and constraints that companies have within their software development lifecycle. As a result, Skytap customers release better software faster. Skytap customers can run complex enterprise applications unchanged in Skytap Cloud, collaborate securely with global teams, and gain unparalleled business productivity. Additionally, IT organizations can maintain full visibility and control over cloud projects, align capacity with demand, and reduce costs. To try Skytap Cloud and learn more, visit www.skytap.com.
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