Guaranteeing High
Quality Releases.

In many cases, development teams are not aware of the level of quality of a release or build, and do not have a clear indication.

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Guaranteeing
High Quality Releases.

In many cases, development teams are not aware of the level of quality of a release or build, and do not have a clear indication.

Request a Live Demo

The Importance of Quality in Software Releases

In many cases, development teams are not aware of the level of quality of a release or build, and do not have a clear indication of how quality is progressing over time. Software quality measurement helps you understand the quality level of each release and even each build.

Achieving high-quality software releases is a goal of every development organization. However, in order to achieve high-quality releases, you must be able to measure and understand the quality of your software. Software quality is complex and difficult to define, and measuring it on an ongoing basis is hardly a simple matter.

The Importance of Quality in Software Releases

In many cases, development teams are not aware of the level of quality of a release or build, and do not have a clear indication of how quality is progressing over time. Software quality measurement helps you understand the quality level of each release and even each build.

Achieving high-quality software releases is a goal of every development organization. However, in order to achieve high-quality releases, you must be able to measure and understand the quality of your software. Software quality is complex and difficult to define, and measuring it on an ongoing basis is hardly a simple matter.

Negative Effects of Low Quality
Releases
.

Reduced
Productivity

Low-quality releases are characterized by poor code quality and a high level of complexity.

Software complexity has a negative effect on developer productivity. Software changes become much more difficult to implement, bugs are difficult to isolate and fix, and as a result, technical debt can grow.

Critical Production
Failures

Critical production faults affect developer productivity.

Developers need to stop and do a special sprint just to fix bugs in production, which may be difficult to diagnose.

Increased
Costs

Fixing bugs after the software has been released to production is much more expensive.

Fixing bugs during development can be up to 5X cheaper than fixing them in production.

Negative Effects of Low Quality
Releases
.

Reduced
Productivity

Low-quality releases are characterized by poor code quality and a high level of complexity.

Software complexity has a negative effect on developer productivity. Software changes become much more difficult to implement, bugs are difficult to isolate and fix, and as a result, technical debt can grow.

Critical Production
Failures

Critical production faults affect developer productivity.

Developers need to stop and do a special sprint just to fix bugs in production, which may be difficult to diagnose.

Increased
Costs

Fixing bugs after the software has been released to production is much more expensive.

Fixing bugs during development can be up to 5X cheaper than fixing them in production.

The Sealights Platform

Take Your Quality to the Next Level

SeaLights is a quality intelligence platform that helps visualize test gaps and quality trends. It analyzes the usage of product features in production, code changes and tests executed on specific functionality. Using this data, it can determine which parts of your product are at quality risk—those that are frequently used in production, have undergone recent changes or are not sufficiently covered by tests.

These types of insights can help you precisely identify which parts of your product suffer from quality issues, so you can build advanced modern quality standards.

Learn more

The Sealights Platform

Take Your Quality to the Next Level

SeaLights is a quality intelligence platform that helps visualize test gaps and quality trends. It analyzes the usage of product features in production, code changes and tests executed on specific functionality. Using this data, it can determine which parts of your product are at quality risk—those that are frequently used in production, have undergone recent changes or are not sufficiently covered by tests.

These types of insights can help you precisely identify which parts of your product suffer from quality issues, so you can build advanced modern quality standards.

Learn more

Holistic Test
Coverage.

SeaLights measures test coverage not only for unit tests, but also for functional, integration, end-to-end and manual exploratory tests. SeaLights covers all test types by deeply analyzing application structure and code changes which results in more quality releases.

Identifying
Quality Risks.

Quality risks are recent code changes that have not been tested. SeaLights enables QA managers to correlate all code changes with the code coverage of all regression tests. This is the only way to track, identify and block quality risks from making their way into production code.

Automatic
Quality Gates.

SeaLights provides quality gates that include factors such as certain types or the number of tests run, pass/fail, level of test coverage or the number of quality risks. This information helps managers quickly decide if a build is ready for release or not.

Leveraging Quality Intelligence to Build a Quality Policy and Release Quality Standardization

In organizations where quality is a strong driver, development and QA managers need clear, actionable information about which parts of their products suffer from quality issues, and what they should do to improve.

SeaLights is a quality intelligence platform that provides such information by applying real-time analytics on hundreds of thousands of test executions, code changes, builds and production events to assess the readiness of a release.

Quality standards provide requirements, specifications, guidelines, or characteristics that can be used to ensure the quality of a product. SeaLights lets QA managers define new quality standards based on actionable data and machine learning to assess the readiness of a release and software quality.

Learn more

Holistic Test Coverage.

SeaLights measures test coverage not only for unit tests, but also for functional, integration, end-to-end and manual exploratory tests. SeaLights covers all test types by deeply analyzing application structure and code changes which results in more quality releases.

Identifying
Quality Risks.

Quality risks are recent code changes that have not been tested. SeaLights enables QA managers to correlate all code changes with the code coverage of all regression tests. This is the only way to track, identify and block quality risks from making their way into production code.

Automatic
Quality Gates.

SeaLights provides quality gates that include factors such as certain types or the number of tests run, pass/fail, level of test coverage or the number of quality risks. This information helps managers quickly decide if a build is ready for release or not.

Leveraging Quality Intelligence to Build a Quality Policy and Release Quality Standardization

In organizations where quality is a strong driver, development and QA managers need clear, actionable information about which parts of their products suffer from quality issues, and what they should do to improve.

SeaLights is a quality intelligence platform that provides such information by applying real-time analytics on hundreds of thousands of test executions, code changes, builds and production events to assess the readiness of a release.

Quality standards provide requirements, specifications, guidelines, or characteristics that can be used to ensure the quality of a product. SeaLights lets QA managers define new quality standards based on actionable data and machine learning to assess the readiness of a release and software quality.

Learn more

Learn More About Guaranteeing High Quality Releases, Read our White Paper

Mission Impossible: Increasing Velocity without Compromising Software Quality

Today’s software development organizations are under enormous pressure to rapidly deliver software to clients. This has transformed the software development space into a fast-paced, high-velocity environment — one that is forcing software teams to code much faster and deliver features more quickly.
In a bid to increase software velocity and satisfy the ever-increasing demands of clients, software development organizations have had to adopt multiple technology stacks and new organizational structures, resulting in unexpected challenges.

This white paper will discuss:



  • Increasing Velocity: The #1 Goal Of Software Engineering Teams



  • The Impact of Disruptive Transformations in Traditional Software Development and Delivery



  • The Need for New Metrics



  • How Software Development Organizations Can Regain Control and Visibility

By submitting this form I agree that SeaLights may process my data in the manner described in SeaLights Privacy Policy.

Learn More About High
Quality Releases, Read our White Paper

Mission Impossible: Increasing Velocity without Compromising Software Quality

Today’s software development organizations are under enormous pressure to rapidly deliver software to clients. This has transformed the software development space into a fast-paced, high-velocity environment — one that is forcing software teams to code much faster and deliver features more quickly.

In a bid to increase software velocity and satisfy the ever-increasing demands of clients, software development organizations have had to adopt multiple technology stacks and new organizational structures, resulting in unexpected challenges..

This white paper will discuss:



  • Increasing Velocity: The #1 Goal Of Software Engineering Teams



  • The Impact of Disruptive Transformations in Traditional Software Development and Delivery



  • The Need for New Metrics



  • How Software Development Organizations Can Regain Control and Visibility

By submitting this form I agree that SeaLights may process my data in the manner described in SeaLights Privacy Policy.