Sauce Labs Review
The combination of OS platforms, platform versions, browsers and browser versions support on VMs are valuable.


Valuable Features

The combination of OS platforms, platform versions, browsers and browser versions support on VMs.

Improvements to My Organization

Cross browser and cross platform testing on our test case scenarios.

Room for Improvement

A little clarity on documentation when integrating with third party APIs will help the users. Take for example, when a high-level language like Gherkin comes into the picture- how should users handle it?

Use of Solution

I've used it for four months.

Deployment Issues

No issues with deployment.

Stability Issues

No issues with stability.

Scalability Issues

Yes, the parallelization is not possible now when cucumber and junit are used together.

Customer Service and Technical Support

Customer Service:

Haven't had the need to interact with them.

Technical Support:

Haven't had the need to call them.

Previous Solutions

We weren't previously using a different solution.

Initial Setup

Straightforward since the cloud based examples were clear.

Implementation Team

Implemented in-house.

ROI

Working on open sourcing an API based on Sauce Labs support that can benefit both the parties and the community in general.

Pricing, Setup Cost and Licensing

Our monthly cost as of now is $149/month for a small team.

Other Solutions Considered

No, we used local machines by installing different versions of browsers and platforms. I am now trying to promote this idea of using Sauce Lab across my company moving forward.

Disclosure: I am a real user, and this review is based on my own experience and opinions.

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