Micro Focus ALM Competitors and Alternatives

The top Micro Focus ALM competitors are
  • JIRA
  • ALM Octane
  • TFS
  • qTest
  • Zephyr Enterprise
  • Silk Central
  • Tricentis Tosca
  • CA Agile Central
Read reviews of Micro Focus ALM competitors and alternatives
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Micro Focus
Yigal Levi
Real User
Senior Director Global QA at NICE Actimize
Jan 01 2017

What is most valuable?

LeanFT: LeanFT is a new solution, but in general, it's opened us up to a wider audience such as the developers, so they can actually do their unit testing. We couldn’t do that with HPE UFT. This is the big advantage of this tool. The second... more»

What needs improvement?

LeanFT: LeanFT should include more technologies. For example, I would like it to include the Scala programming language. That is one of the main language that we use. Quality Center: There is a new product, HPE ALM Octane, which might be the... more»

What other advice do I have?

We chose HPE because I had good experience with them when I was Test Director. In term of overall experience, HPE provides a good experience for the users and a lot of benefits which you cannot find with other vendors.
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Ashish Bandgar
Real User
Research Assistant at UNC Charlotte at a university with 1,001-5,000 employees
Oct 18 2017

What do you think of TestRail?

Valuable Features: Suite management Integration with Confluence and JIRA Making runs and workflows • Improvements to My Organization: A lot of cases can be organised with workflows and become scenario-based. • Room for Improvement: Case writing UI Better prediction of text • Use of Solution: More than one year. • Stability Issues: None which I can remember. • Scalability Issues: No.
Continuous Delivery Lead at a tech consulting company with 1,001-5,000 employees
Aug 27 2017

What do you think of Tricentis Tosca?

a) It is a good tool for use by Business b) It requires an initial framework / artifacts to be built by a person who is technical and can understand testing an application in-depth. i) He has to be a person who can create the modules and also do some technical coding using VB and/or Java & C# ii) He has to have a background of working with Excel and Math functions, so that he can create the relevant queries and use the in-built TQL language to create the required reports and search + merge duplicates. c) Good use in Agile workshops, where the person needs to conceptualize the tests before the developer provides the complete application interface. i) Has an integrated Requirements module, which integrates and creates a good report tool for senior management to use and...

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