Sauce Labs

San Francisco, CA, USA
2008
  |  By Faith Kilonzi
According to an IDC study, Sauce Labs is a leader in quality management and mobile app testing. But what really differentiates us from other mobile and web app testing vendors?
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Developers test their code in chunks as it is written. Error monitoring during the development cycle alerts engineers when conflicts arise and helps them identify the root cause. So, you may wonder then, in the age of DevOps and continuous delivery, is end-to-end testing still needed? Not only is it viable, but it is also essential to validate requirements, configurations, and functionality.
  |  By Karen Laiacona Frazier
Test automation plays a bigger role in achieving cybersecurity than you might think. Senior QA Director Karen Laiacona-Frazier shares tangible advice to add to your security arsenal for safeguarding your daily workflow.
  |  By Marcus Merrell
Taylor Swift's Eras Tour broke records, hearts, and the Internet itself. Even if you're not a Swiftie, web developers and QAs can learn many lessons from this event. Marcus Merrell explains.
  |  By Wim Selles
Maintaining physical devices can be costly, risky, and unsustainable in a way that negatively affects mobile app release cycles – and your bottom line. Learn why a real device testing cloud can help improve both the customer experience and the developer experience.
  |  By Jenna Roering
Uncovering meaningful insights from your test data can help you prevent costly defects and bugs, application crashes, and even downtime. Get our top 10 tips for separating the signal from noise.
  |  By Wim Selles
Learn about our reimagined version of Kwo Ding's original mobile test automation pyramid for modern DevOps practices.
  |  By Tahanima Chowdhury
Learn the best practices to follow when implementing a test automation suite.
  |  By Ashwini Sathe
Appium Inspector integrated support in Sauce Labs Real Device Cloud, using the latest version of Appium, now allows you to inspect Appium locators in real-time for native applications.
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Some mobile app development teams today are still dealing with the challenges of maintaining physical/on-premises real devices for mobile app testing. This blog post makes the case for moving real device testing to the cloud.
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Shift-left is a great solution… in an ideal world. The reality is, developers don’t have time to add testing to their plates. Rushing through both development and testing is a recipe for bugs to pop up down the road.
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We don’t write tests for next week. We write tests for 6 months from now.
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To shift or not to shift – that is the question. If you’ve been around the software development world lately, you’ve likely heard of shift-left – the practice of integrating testing, security, and operations early in the software development lifecycle to detect issues early. This approach is meant to be a win-win-win – saving time, money, and headaches. But is it as great in practice as it sounds in theory? In this episode, we debate the real-world benefits of shift-left and get to the heart of the issue: testing well.
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Front-end software developers often own small pieces of the User Interface, and are frequently challenged by changes introduced elsewhere in the project. A slight change somewhere on one web page can cause a shift or misalignment elsewhere. With so many teams working together, it’s important to get fast feedback about changes to the layout or appearance of an app. Here's how Sauce Labs can do just that.
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Back in the 2000s, code lived in one execution thread. Database queries, user interactions, and data pipelines were all managed by the same processes. The problem? Everything was interconnected and interdependent. Fixing one thing might break another. Releases were all or nothing. We call this monolith hell. Your ticket out? Microservices.
  |  By Sauce Labs
Back in the 2000s, code lived in one execution thread. Database queries, user interactions, and data pipelines were all managed by the same processes. The problem? Everything was interconnected and interdependent. Fixing one thing might break another. Releases were all or nothing. We call this monolith hell. Your ticket out? Microservices.
  |  By Sauce Labs
Back in the 2000s, code lived in one execution thread. Database queries, user interactions, and data pipelines were all managed by the same processes. The problem? Everything was interconnected and interdependent. Fixing one thing might break another. Releases were all or nothing. We call this monolith hell. Your ticket out? Microservices.
  |  By Sauce Labs
Back in the 2000s, code lived in one execution thread. Database queries, user interactions, and data pipelines were all managed by the same processes. The problem? Everything was interconnected and interdependent. Fixing one thing might break another. Releases were all or nothing. We call this monolith hell. Your ticket out? Microservices.
  |  By Sauce Labs
Back in the 2000s, code lived in one execution thread. Database queries, user interactions, and data pipelines were all managed by the same processes. The problem? Everything was interconnected and interdependent. Fixing one thing might break another. Releases were all or nothing. We call this monolith hell. Your ticket out? Microservices.
  |  By Sauce Labs
Are we in an AI bubble? We can't stop talking about AI in tech. It's at every conference and in every startup pitch. But is the rest of the world as enamored as we are? In this conversation, we explore AI’s impact beyond the echo chamber of the tech industry. We look at attitudes toward AI in other spaces, from healthcare to finance, weighing the risks and benefits of its application. We also look to the future, questioning whether we’ve reached the limits of AI given compute power constraints.
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Let Sauce Labs teach you the basics of the two main testing approaches--manual and automated testing. You'll learn the pros and cons of each one, and how you can best integrate the best of both worlds to increase the quality of your websites and apps.
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Continuous testing is the key to unlocking digital confidence. How does your organization stack up? Now in its second iteration, the Sauce Labs Continuous Testing Benchmark Report details the best practices critical to successful continuous testing, and track organizations' collective performance against those metrics. Based on real-customer data from the more than 3 billion tests run on the Sauce Labs platform, the 2020 Continuous Testing Benchmark is a community resource unlike any other.
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No matter the industry, every company is now in the business of developing applications and online experiences. To keep up with the competition, you need to stand out in all of the digital noise. For your app to succeed, it is critical that it delight your customers with a flawless experience, regardless of what device they use to access it. New features and updates need to be delivered quickly and frequently, but without compromising quality.
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See why Sauce Labs "makes automated testing the glue that holds DevOps together." In this independent report from one of the technology industry's leading research firms, distinguished Ovum analyst Roy Illsley explains how Sauce Labs can help organizations extend DevOps to include software testing and deliver a practical CI/CD process. In this report, you'll learn: Here is the resource you requested.
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In this white paper, we will explore how analytics and insights can bring a level of control and visibility by presenting test data in a meaningful and actionable way. We are in the age of continuous testing. Using automation at scale, teams are testing more often throughout the software development lifecycle. But as testing volume grows, how do you know its impact on your ability to deliver quality software faster? Do you know where automation adds value, and where it might be creating risk? How do you best optimize your testing efforts to ensure the maximum return on investment?
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This white paper presents a primer on headless browser testing - what it is, how it works, and where it fits within a quality strategy that includes other types of testing (such as cross browser, front-end performance, and more). It is a must-read for any team that is considering shifting testing left, and provides insight into how you can get started with headless testing.

Sauce Labs provides the world’s largest cloud-based platform for the automated testing of web and mobile applications. Its award-winning service eliminates the time and expense of maintaining an in-house testing infrastructure, freeing development teams of any size to innovate and release better software, faster.

The world's most comprehensive Continuous Testing Cloud:

  • Comprehensive coverage: Sauce Labs is the only cloud-based testing platform to offer the most up-to-date browser/OS combinations, mobile emulators & simulators, plus real device support.
  • Scalable for CI/CD: Our scalable, always-on infrastructure ensures that teams of all sizes can check-in multiple pull requests throughout the day without queuing or bottlenecks, ensuring rapid feedback.
  • Single platform for 360° UX: Go beyond UI testing by using your existing test scripts to gain a full view of functionality, front-end performance, and visual regressions, all on one unified platform.
  • Increased efficiency: With debugging tools like videos, screenshots and log files, comprehensive analytics, live testing environments, and Sauce Headless, Sauce Labs maximizes developer productivity.
  • Enterprise security and support: Single-use VMs that are destroyed and real devices that are thoroughly cleaned after each test, plus our secure tunneling protocol, Sauce Connect, ensure the highest degree of security.

Ship better software, faster, with the Sauce Labs Continuous Testing Cloud.