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QASymphony Enables Software Developers to Visualize Bugs Concentration

By CIOReview | Tuesday, August 11, 2015

ATLANTA, GA: QASymphony introduces qMap, a solution for visualization of application quality for agile testers of cloud, mobile, big data and IoT applications.qMap leverages data from ‘qTest eXplorer’ QASymphony's exploratory testing tool to offer visual insight into features tested, by whom, bugs, testing time and defects related to critical functions of the application.

The platform enables software developers to quickly identify high-risk areas in an application and rectify them even before its release. qMap tracks and analyses test results across the systems thereby generating an heat map automatically for the compiled data. By reading the visually displayed colors for each result one can identify areas with a concentration of defects or gaps real time in testing coverage much quickly when compared with the conventional methods.

"Testing is critical to delivering high-quality software during rapid release cycles. In this context, managers often need quick access to data summarizing progress and open risks in order to make release-level decisions," says Vu Lam, co-founder of QASymphony.

qMap supports filtering of multiple number of variables including time frame, sprint, tester, defect criteria and various configurable note types.  In addition, the product claims help DevOps to make the most accurate decisions on whether code is ready to be released.