Machine Learning for
Software Testing

Appsurify’s advanced machine learning algorithms analyze your code to
run only the tests that are needed to cover each software commit,
optimizing your automated testing and focusing your manual testing
on the tests that matter.

Analyze Repository

Appsurify connects to your Git-based repository and analyzes your commit history using the commit log to understand who made the commit and what task was being completed.

Determine Risks

Appsurify’s machine learning looks for patterns in the commits which previously caused defects and uses these patterns to determine the risk profile of new commits. Appsurify examines the type of task, the scope of changes, size of each change, area of the code where defects were created, and who created the defects.

Integrate Between Repository and CI/CD Server

Appsurify integrates with the code repository, CI/CD server, and test automation platform. The repository notifies Appsurify of each new code commit. Appsurify determines which targeted set of tests to run to validate the commit, and triggers the CI server to run the tests.

Reduce Testing by 90%

By default, Appsurify runs only the high and medium priority tests. Depending on the code structure, types of tests, and amount of test history, by avoiding running the low priority tests that have a negligible chance of finding a defect in this particular commit, Appsurify can reduce the overall number of tests that need to be run by 90%.

Import Automated
Test Results

Appsurify reads the results from the test automation platform in JUnit, XUnit, or NUnit XML format. This allows Appsurify to organize test results and automate defect tracking while continuing to refine the risk assessment. The more tests and the more failures Appsurify sees, the more accurately it can determine which tests are needed for a particular commit.

Organize Test Results

Appsurify organizes the results of automated testing, grouping together all failures caused by the same defect. Appsurify also isolates failures due to flaky tests or unreliable automation from failures caused by code defects. And it automates the defect lifecycle, opening, tracking, and closing bugs for you.

Secure on AWS or On-Premises

Appsurify runs in the cloud on AWS or on a server on your own site. To ensure the highest levels of security, Appsurify follows Django best practices with a 256 bit hash for storing passwords and data, and Amazon’s best practices, including applying encryption at rest to the entire file system and SSL for all communications and data transfers.

Make Your Testing
Smarter with Appsurify

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