The key challenge facing computer software companies: long cycle times on a myriad of supported platforms
Companies that deliver on-premises software have complex codebases that go back years. Multiple components that are integrated and tested together. Long integration tests usually means that failures are found too late.
This causes repeated delays in delivery and huge stress on developers.
The above challenges have a direct impact on the delivery cycle time—your developers are frustrated waiting for tests to be run on various platform to validate their changes.
Radically accelerate your delivery velocity
Launchable’s Predictive Test Selection technology uses ML to predict which tests are likely to fail based on incoming commits. Developers can use the subset to shorten test suites runtimes and/or shift-tests earlier in the development cycle, radically improving feedback time. Faster feedback time leads to faster dev loops, faster delivery and happier developers.
All this, while reducing the cloud infrastructure spend for testing. Lower cloud costs while delivering high quality code and higher velocity means that leaders can efficiently allocate dollars elsewhere.
Teams often want to test earlier in the cycle—think bring post-merge tests into pre-merge test runs. Teams often cannot do this because of their inability to pick the right tests to run earlier. They either have to create static smoke tests or run the entire suites earlier leading to prohibitively high testing spend.
Teams can now use Launchable to shift-tests earlier in the development cycle—think Dynamic Smoke Tests.
This helps developers find failures fast, iterate faster and release software with high confidence. They do so while making the most efficient use of their testing budget.
A number of teams have an added pressure to move to microservices to modernize monolith applications. By reducing the development cycle time, Launchable offers existing developers more time. This time can be used elsewhere like modernizing the tech stack.
The Launchable Test Intelligence Platform also offers Test Insights to find inefficient test suites, and Test Notifications to speed up feedback to developers.