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"The most valuable feature is the option to pull changes from others or make local changes in your own change list."

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"Sauce Connect gave us ability to test an application that was hosted locally.""Supplying devices to a testing team of possibly close to one thousand testers and developers is a great undertaking but Sauce Labs has made this very easy and a welcomed solution.""As stated earlier we use Sauce Labs for a combination of automated testing and manual testing. Therefore the most useful features are the ability to run the functional automated tests via a Sauce Labs tunnels which allows access to applications in our internal network. The second most useful feature is the manual side.""The most valuable feature is the cross-browser feature, it has many android and iOS devices both simulators and real devices. It's easy to integrate. I also like video recording too.""Sauce Lab analytics helped us to get detailed knowledge on test cases execution and logs.""I have found the live test section with Sauce Labs to be extremely valuable. When you can't quite figure out why a test is failing, you can go to the live test results section within their tool and launch your test (specifying a given OS/browser, or device) manually and step through the test to see the issue more clearly, usually opening up the developer's tool console and watching the network calls and console (within Chrome) to usually find the underlying issue.""The insights section provides a great overall state of the automation suite and can identify trends relatively quickly. If we see a dip in our passing rate over time, we can look at what changed when the test started failing to find the root cause rather than doing a quick fix to find that the test fails a short time later.""Live device testing. As we all know, It's really hard and challenging to find/purchase many real devices to test because it will be costly and not all the team can be able to purchase all of the devices out there. We used to have a lot of real devices under our labs. However, it is really time-consuming to maintain those devices and make sure they are up to date with the testing requirements."

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"It would be very helpful if a queue was implemented to handle, for example, 100 requests at the same time."

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"The ability to configure the memory and CPU for the test machines should be included.""The ability to install profiles on iOS real mobile devices should be included.""If I had to speak of an area that could be improved it would probably have to be the speed of interaction with the devices. There is at times a considerable amount of lag while using some of the virtual and at times even physical device farm""We have found that during automated testing this can be very slow. This causes inconsistencies with the tests. It's very difficult to rely on a service when you can't be sure if a test will pass or fail the next time it runs. This means building in a lot of sync time into the tests which in turn slows them down. If this speed could be improved then the service would be much better.""The only drawback is the speed, it will be good if we have a server in Asia too. It will be great if we can improve speed while initialization and execution.""They should provide a JIRA integration plugin so that we can easily log issues.""Overall, I think Sauce Labs provides us with a valuable tool and resource. As far as what could be improved, I would say the overall test execution time. Some of the calls take a bit longer than I expect, for example in web browser tests; while the execution time isn't obnoxious, it could be improved so that overall tests/test suites finish faster.""The one issue I have is the 14-day trial that a new user gets for free. I understand the concept of the trial period; however, I think this could be revamped to a free 30-minute run time every few months or after a significant update once the trial period has ended."

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Top Answer: The most valuable feature is the option to pull changes from others or make local changes in your own change list.
Top Answer: The biggest problems with this solution have to do with scale. If the load is high then your request is put on hold for a second, and then you have to handle it. If you make a lot of requests then it… more »
Top Answer: Perforce is part of an old fashioned system that is not fully in the cloud. I would not suggest others use it unless they have some other solution for cloud integration. I would rate this solution a… more »
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QA Wizard Pro automates functional and regression testing of web, Windows, and Java applications, and load test web applications.

Sauce Labs provides the world's largest secure and highly scalable automation cloud for testing desktop, mobile web, native, and hybrid applications. Sauce Labs helps companies accelerate software development cycles, improve application quality, and deploy with confidence across 450+ browser/OS/device/platform combinations.

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Ubisoft, Expedia, Honda, Samsung,CitrixSalesforce.com, Mozilla, Zendesk, Puppet Labs, Twitter, Bank of America, Eventbrite, Bleacher Report, Okta, Intuit, Travelocity, Sharecare, CapitalOne.
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Healthcare Company14%
Media Company13%
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Computer Software Company7%
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Computer Software Company49%
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Media Company7%
Financial Services Firm6%
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Find out what your peers are saying about Tricentis, Worksoft, Micro Focus and others in Functional Testing Tools. Updated: September 2020.
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Perforce QA Wizard Pro is ranked 29th in Functional Testing Tools with 1 review while Sauce Labs is ranked 5th in Functional Testing Tools with 11 reviews. Perforce QA Wizard Pro is rated 5.0, while Sauce Labs is rated 8.4. The top reviewer of Perforce QA Wizard Pro writes "Shared change lists are helpful, but poor scalability leads to problems with instability". On the other hand, the top reviewer of Sauce Labs writes "Helps us in reducing the number of manual testing". Perforce QA Wizard Pro is most compared with , whereas Sauce Labs is most compared with BrowserStack, Perfecto Suite, CrossBrowserTesting, HeadSpin and SmartBear TestComplete.

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