Tricentis has achieved ‘Powered by Oracle Cloud Expertise’ for its automated and AI-driven solutions. The announcement means that the Tricentis automated testing solution now supports Oracle Cloud Infrastructure capabilities. It is available on the Oracle Cloud marketplace.
Powered by Oracle Cloud, Tricentis Tosca delivers organisations a codeless test automation capability that requires no development time. It provides end-to-end business process testing, ensuring that every release aligns with organisational processes. This enhances the UAT process, helping to ensure successful adoption and usage. Tricentis Data Integrity validates and ensures data accuracy both during migrations and subsequently.
Tricentis also called out four additional benefits for its solutions:
- Automation capability – Automate more end-to-end through a single solution built for the enterprise
- Increase automation and reduce manual cost – Eliminate error-prone manual testing and achieve automation rates >90% to reduce costs by 40%
- Data confidence – Ensure data arrives intact and fit for purpose as it travels between the application ecosystem
- AI-driven – Leverage advanced ML technologies to enable faster and smarter testing
Kevin Thompson, chairman and CEO, Tricentis commented, “Manual software testing can create bottlenecks that diverts focus from business priorities. Powered by Oracle Cloud, Tricentis empowers its users with quality automation and AI-driven solutions to quickly, easily, and confidently test product releases earlier, significantly reducing overall costs and testing time to deliver release-ready software.
“Tricentis participation in the Oracle PartnerNetwork and Powered by Oracle Cloud Expertise further extends our commitment to the Oracle community and enables customers to easily reap the benefits of Tricentis. We look forward to leveraging the power of the Oracle Cloud to help us achieve our business goals.”
Enterprise Times: What does this mean
Tricentis has a long history of working with Oracle clients. These included Cerner, now part of Oracle and Experian, which established a sustainable automation approach that eliminated a 9-week testing cycle.
In embracing OCI, Tricentis can now strengthen its testing platform with Oracle and partner applications hosted with OCI. It will be interesting to see what it does next.
David Hicks, group vice president of Worldwide ISV Cloud Business Development, Oracle, commented, “The cloud represents a huge opportunity for our partner community. Tricentis’ commitment to innovation with the Oracle Cloud and quality execution helps our mutual customers receive cloud-enabled software testing solutions ready to meet critical business needs.”