Sauce Labs Pros and Cons
Sauce Labs Pros
It offers the single best solution for integrating deep automated browser testing in a CI/CD pipeline.
The custom capabilities that can be provided to Sauce Labs VMs during automated testing sessions are a valuable option for experimental or niche testing.View full review »
They offer a large number of devices and browser/operating system combinations for real device testsView full review »
It helped to integrate our performance testing and UAT, which helped to deliver a bug free software for our customers.
Easy to integrate with the other platform for tracking purposes.
Testing subscription videos for on-demand software, making them better quality and bug free for our customers.View full review »
There is a huge amount of open source, community provided resources.View full review »
Maintaining many environments for test is a bear. These guys make it so easy with their CI integration that you can have tests going in after a few hours.View full review »
APPIUM for mobile testing has improved our organization by allowing us to test our website on more devices and browsers than we currently possess.View full review »
Testing across multiple devices and environments is now possible to do quickly and effectively.View full review »
With only a few clicks, it gives us the availability to use any browser and OS combination whenever we want.View full review »
Sauce Connect gave us ability to test an application that was hosted locally.View full review »
It provides zero maintenance browser instances.
It has a wide assortment of platforms.View full review »
Sauce Labs Cons
The Jenkins Sauce OnDemand plugin could have more options available to tap into more of the custom capabilities Sauce Labs actually supports.
We have had some issues with the Sauce Connect Proxy on our Jenkins servers failing to start, which makes the optimal CI/CD pipeline come to a halt.
User account management needs an overhauls, allowing for user groups rather than just a hierarchy structure.View full review »
Lacks the ability to start multiple tests simultaneously.View full review »
Sauce Labs needs to be improved in the different platforms for farm testing, like iOS and Android farm testing and farm testing web browsers.View full review »
Integration with Github, as well as several other similar tools, could be improved.View full review »
There have been various times throughout the last month or so where the service has gone down during business hours.View full review »
Progress towards reducing application testing time can be made.View full review »
Sometimes pasting text while using "text object" does not seem to work, and it slows down testing times quite a bit.View full review »
An image comparison would be a nice feature to include in the Sauce Labs product.View full review »
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.View full review »
It should provide more examples of script code.View full review »