Topic: api fortress

SD Times news digest: API Fortress releases Forge, Eclipse 2019-06 IDE and Qt 5.13

API Fortress announced its downloadable test editor Forge, aimed at increasing flexibility in how developers choose to write API tests. According to the company, users can write the tests on their own computer outside of the platform. The company also released the application apif-local that contains the core of the API Fortress platform. The app … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Sparx Systems acquires Prolaborate rights, Rust 1.3 and Android Nearby Notifications

Sparx Systems has announced it is acquiring the rights to the sharing and collaboration software solution Prolaborate. Prolaborate will now be offered as part of Sparx’s Pro Cloud Server. According to the company, the collaboration software leverages Enterprise Architect and enables users to analyze, interact and make key decisions. “Prolaborate is a perfect compliment to … continue reading

A guide to continuous integration and continuous delivery tools

API Fortress: API Fortress is an API testing and monitoring platform built specifically to align development and operations in today’s architectures. Automate test executions as part of deployments from any CI platform, including Jenkins (try our plug-in). The platform simplifies creating tests, running them during deployments, and then using those same tests for production monitoring. … continue reading

How these companies can help you enhance the CI/CD pipeline

Patrick Poulin, founder and CEO of API Fortress API Fortress was specifically built for today’s agile architectures: A collaborative platform that bridges the gap between development, QA, and DevOps. By using the simple GUI, teams can work together to create a series of powerful API tests in one place. tThose tests then can be executed … continue reading

CI/CD: The driving force behind DevOps

DevOps was not created solely on the idea that developers and operations should play nice together. DevOps is the cultural transformation organizations go through on the road to modern application delivery. The end goal is the ability to release high-quality software more frequently. DevOps enables this by promoting communication and collaboration. “Today, teams are supposed … continue reading

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