Easy to use test automation platform.
What is it?
Cerberus Testing is a low-code test automation platform that supports testing Web, iOS, Android and API (REST, SOAP and Kafka) applications.
The platform allows the creation of automated testcases through an easy to use web interface without any need for development skills - automated tests implementation and management now becomes available for all elements of the development, quality and business teams.
Group and organize your testcases in campaigns, schedule them or trigger them in CI/CD pipelines through Jenkins/Gitlab/Bitbucket connectors and receive notifications by email or Slack.
Once installed, and in few clicks, get your automated tests up and running in order to either secure your software quality before it is deployed to production or to continuously monitor that the quality in production is maintained.
How to install it? How to use it?
Check out all information about Cerberus Testing in our official website: Cerberus Testing
Documentation is available here: Cerberus Testing Documentation
Our YouTube channel is: Cerberus Testing YouTube Channel
Our LinkedIn page is: Cerberus Testing LinkedIn Page
A demo is available here: Cerberus Testing Demo
A Jenkins Plugin is available directly from Jenkins, here is the repository: Cerberus Testing Jenkins Plugin
They trust us
Cerberus Testing production is available here - this is where Cerberus Testing quality is secured.
Snapshot releases are available here.
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Cerberus is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
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