NEW UI: Dashboard

***New Knowledge base COMING SOON!!! #

Dashboard Actions #

Each Project has it’s own Dashboard where Admins can:Each Project has it’s own Dashboard where Admins can:

  • Follow the Health and Integration for the Project to Optimize.
  • Gain insight into the Maturity of their Model for the active Project via the “Maturity Wheel”
  • Visibility into the Value Appsurify brings through the “Time Savings” and “Risk Based Test Selection” Graphs.

Dashboard Insights #

The Dashboard serves as the Central Hub for the project overall. Provides the team with meaningful insights into:

  • Visual Display of Value generated from AI-Powered Risk Based Testing via “Time Savings” an “Risk Based Test Selection” Graphs:
    • High water mark serves as the “Before” or “Without” Appsurify.
    • Once Appsurify is enabled, Green lower line serves as the Value generated through Appsurify’s Optimization for Time and Test Selection Execution.

Horizontal Boxes Defined: #

  • Original Duration: Total original Time it takes for ALL TESTS (100% of Testsuite) to complete.
  • Time Savings – Total Time Saved through Prioritized Testing
    • Difference between Original Duration and New Duration.
  • New Duration – Total new Time of optimized Test Run execution.
  • Tests: Total number of Tests in testsuite.
  • Passed: Total number of Tests Passed.
  • Failed: Total number of Tests Failed.
  • Broken: Total number of Broken Tests or Failed to run
  • Optimized: Total number of Tests Appsurify decided were irrelevant given recent Developer Changes and chose Not To Run for optimization purposes.

Test Run Summary at Bottom Defined #

The latest 20 Test Runs are displayed with their individual characteristics on a per run basis:

Per Test Run Summary
  • Date: Time stamp
  • Status: Build either Passed or Failed
  • Build Name: Name of the Build for reference.
  • Duration: Duration of Run (factoring in Optimization or not)
  • Tests: Total number of Tests in Testsuite (this should not change too much, only if adding tests to testsuite)
  • Passed: Number of Tests that Passed
  • Failed: Number of Tests Failed
  • Broken: Number of Tests Broken or Failed to Run
  • Optimized: Number of Tests that Appsurify’s AI chose not to run due to them being irrelevant to the areas where Developers made changes.
  • Efficiency: If Optimization is engaged – at what efficiency was the Test Run executed at.
    • For example, if Appsurify is Executing the Top 10% of Tests, Efficiency should hover around the ~90% Efficiency Mark.
    • If Appsurify is not yet enabled, Efficiency should hover around ~0%.

How do we TRUST these Results!


In the Your Model Insights Page! #

Insights Model Page Link Here.