ST&P announced Rockstars of Testing

“Software Test and Performance” magazine announced its readers’ voting results of automation tools in different categories.

Some of the results:

Data/test performance

HP LOADRUNNER took the most votes in the data/test performance category, which groups products in terms of their ability to apply test data to an application or system and evaluate how
it handles the processing.

Functional test

One again, HP’s QUICKTEST PROFESSIONAL takes the top prize for functional testing.

Test/QA Management

HP is once again on top with TESTDIRECTOR FOR QUALITY CENTER, which testers voted this year and last their favorite tool for test and QA management.

Defect/Issue Management

Last year there were two winners in the defect and issue management category: HP TestDirector for Quality Center and the Mozilla Foundation’s Bugzilla were tied. This year, TESTDIRECTOR alone took the top spot and Bugzilla moved to third, edged out by Microsoft’s Visual Studio Team Edition for Software Testers.

To read more, you have to download a November issue of ST&P

Well, that’s a good PR for HP. Good tools for “good” prices 😉

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One Comment on “ST&P announced Rockstars of Testing”

  1. BrakTalk Says:

    HP Quality Center’s defect tracking module was tied for 1st? I am quite surprised that anyone would think HP’s defect tracking module is better than say, Atlassian JIRA or even BugZilla. JIRA far exceeds HP’s defect module in usability, extensibility and functionality.

    Not to mention that the HP defect component is about as “bare-bones” as it gets when it comes to defect tracking.


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