HCL OneTest provides software testing tools to support a DevOps approach: API testing, functional testing, UI testing, performance testing and service virtualization. It helps you automate and run tests earlier and more frequently to discover errors sooner — when they are less costly to fix. HCL also provides a bundled offering under a new consumption model that changes the way you can use and deploy DevOps software. The new offering helps simplify your planning for adoption and growth of critical DevOps products.
XRebel was designed to be a lightweight performance tool that would run all the time on the developer machine, issuing an alert when an issue is found and providing real time data to pinpoint the root cause. This creates an opportunity to proactively manage the most common performance issues at a tiny fraction of the cost of performance testing.
XRebel is great at preventing the most common issues, which is latency causing poor end-user experience probably caused by a bug in the database access layer or application logic. Theseaccount for the absolute majority of performance issues, but don’t require sophistication to fix. XRebel focuses on making those painfully obvious to the developer.
HCL OneTest is ranked 17th in Performance Testing Tools while XRebel is ranked 23rd in Performance Testing Tools. HCL OneTest is rated 0.0, while XRebel is rated 0.0. On the other hand, HCL OneTest is most compared with IBM Rational Test Workbench, IBM Rational Functional Tester, Selenium HQ, Tricentis Tosca and Micro Focus UFT One, whereas XRebel is most compared with .
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