You have adopted agile working practices?
You need a solution to manage your tests?
Opt for Squash!
Squash is interfaced with Jira, #1 tool dedicated to software development for agile working teams. The link is made through the free Xsquash plugin, to enable you to manage tests in agile teams.
Xsquash enables seamless integration with Jira, without changing your working habits.
Jira remains the tool to design your needs (epics, User Stories...), sprints and releases. Squash is the tool to optimize your test asset management.
Squash helps you to adopt best practices in terms of testing activities from the beginning of your project. We aim for an easy transition to the maintenance phase, while considering methodological and organizational change if need be. For instance: transition from Scrum to Kanban, transition to external QA, turn over...
A relevant and scalable solution for your projects and company needs.
Tests, executions, and test-related data are managed by Squash: system workload does not depend upon your Jira instance. This enables company-scale implementations.
The Squash implementation is simplified by the fact that Squash is customizable to various methodologies (Agile, Waterfall), various project phases (initial development, evolutions, maintenance), various kinds of tests (acceptance tests, functional tests, non-regression tests, end-to-end tests…), with or without automation.
Test automation to keep the pace of agile cycles.
Short development cycles and repeated deliveries are an integral part of agile development. Test automation enables you to deeply and frequently execute non-regression tests to focus test efforts on the latest developed features.
With Squash, you will be able to automate your tests with the technology and the approach of your choice (keyword-driven approach with Cucumber and Robot Framework, with JUnit native code or with commercial studios such as UFT and Ranorex). Once your test is automated, you can run an automated execution from Squash or from your CI/CD. Execution results are directly displayed in Squash and shared into Jira.
How does it work?
Xsquash provides interfacing between Squash and Jira
in order to manage Agile projects.
Xsquash has two components:
A Squash plugin: Xsquash4Jira
A Jira component, whose nature depends on the Jira host (Server or Cloud):
o Xsquash plugin for Jira Server
o Xsquash application for Jira Cloud