What do industry leaders predict for performance monitoring in 2019? Antony Edwards weighs in.
The internet of things has penetrated every aspect of our lives, and it’s transforming how we test and develop software. With the IoT market projected to be worth $1,490.31 billion by 2024, this explosive growth is set to continue. However, testing procedures and processes are not ready to test IoT and, if no change occurs, it’s likely to result in delays in deployment, updates and user acceptance.
John Lewis website seems to have gone down as they failed to cope with the flow in Black Friday traffic, according to a message on the site.
Leadership insight interview with Dr John Bates, CEO, Eggplant.
Before, during and after the cloud migration, testing has been essential to Auto Trader's infrastructure
Customer Experience Magazine
Today, customer data, knowledge, and insights are more valuable and of more strategic importance than ever before. Customers have more options, greater access to pricing information, and greater means to share their experiences with others, both good and bad, yielding more power, choice, and influence than ever before.
As the holiday shopping season looms on the horizon, retailers are running out of time to ensure that their website is ready to cope with the anticipated surge in traffic.
Eggplant has announced new enhancements to its Digital Automation Intelligence Suite. The new capabilities aim to help with modeling and automating complex systems, identifying problems in tests, and automating usability testing.
Software Testing News
Eggplant, the provider of user centric, intelligent testing and performance solutions, have developed the latest enhancements to its Digital Automation Intelligence Suite, according to a recent press release.
Eggplant, the customer experience optimization specialist, today announced the latest enhancements to its Digital Automation Intelligence (DAI) Suite.
Software testing and monitoring specialist Eggplant is increasing its focus on customer experience optimisation with the latest upgrade to its Digital Automation Intelligence Suite.
Deepens AI capabilities for automating complex digital products and diagnosing problems; adds capabilities for automated usability testing.
Business Computing World
Eggplant, the customer experience optimization specialist, today announced a series of new global customer wins, international expansion and growth in the US, European, Asian and Australasia markets.
Award-winning customer experience optimization specialist is disrupting testing market with AI-driven CXO vision, and adding significant headcount to support customers globally.
Tech Market View
Great British Scaleup Eggplant has launched a Robotic Process Automation (RPA) offering as it continues to develop its testing solution.
The tool leverages Eggplant’s Digital Automation Intelligence capabilities, which, according to the company, “can automate anything a person can do.” This includes recognition of screen images and text, as well as driving any application through keyboard and mouse inputs or through APIs.
The rise of artificial intelligence is providing business with new ways to work. One trend is moving towards robotic process automation (RPA), a business process automation solution used to cut costs, reduce errors, and speed up processes, according to Gartner.
Eggplant RPA can automate anything a person can do, across any app, website, system or process.
Eggplant’s unique automation technology is already widely used for RPA use cases across a variety of industry sectors. These use cases range from database migration and audit trails for federal organizations, to security patches for hospital servers, to marketing automation.
Now the same core DAI technology—which can automate anything a person can do, including intelligently understanding and acting on screen images and text and driving any application through keyboard and mouse inputs, or through APIs—has been packaged in an offering specifically for RPA.
Eggplant, the provider of user-centric, intelligent testing and performance solutions, has released Eggplant RPA: an intelligent Robotic Process Automation (RPA) solution, harnessing Eggplant’s unique and patented Digital Automation Intelligence (DAI) capabilities.
Antony Edwards, CTO of Eggplant, discusses the importance of hospitals testing their systems and processes, and how nurses and medical staff are leading the way with testing.
When something’s not working in a business, whether it’s a website outage or a software issue, the company needs to change it, fast. Especially if that something is damaging the way customers perceive the brand.
By Antony Edwards, CTO, Eggplant
Eggplant releases two new products as part of its open-source communities initiative. According to Eggplant, these products will help out the JMeter and Selenium communities.
Eggplant, the provider of user-centric, intelligent testing and performance solutions, today announced the launch of its open-source communities initiative with the release of two products to help the JMeter and Selenium communities benefit from its groundbreaking Digital Automation Intelligence suite.
Eggplant Performance for JMeter is a fully functional version of Eggplant’s load testing solution that can be used with JMeter Test Plans. Eggplant Performance adds strong test composition, environment management, dynamic control, and result analytics to JMeter’s existing scripting capability.
Eggplant has made two new opensource performance tools — Eggplant Performance for JMeter and Eggplantium — available on its site.
So, why are high-profile retailers stepping up to provide new and enticing digital experiences for customers? Digital experiences are everywhere, and retailers are consequently creating experiences that blend the physical and digital.
By Antony Edwards, CTO, Eggplant
Interestingly, blockchain technology appears to be quite in the same boat as IoT. Both are emerging and both have yet to see more mainstream adoption. Like IoT, blockchain adoption has yet to gain critical mass in enterprise. So, could there be opportunities for these two technologies to find synergy and encourage enterprise adoption?
You only have to look at the recent plight of Homebase, Marks & Spencer, and Poundworld to see why it’s in the general interest of retailers to focus on their online presence.
By Alex Painter, senior web performance consultant, Eggplant