As part of the latest Test Studio R3 2015 release , the team introduced a huge Scheduling feature refactoring. This delivered a number of improvements and fixed known functional, performance and scalability issues. We’re proud of the Scheduling feature in Test Studio, but we can be honest—in the last two years, we encountered a significant number of reported Test Studio Scheduling problems from our customers and from our Quality Assurance team. With the feature heavy product roadmap and the fact that we needed to change the whole Scheduling feature architecture, we were facing a big challenge. It was a lot of hard work, but in the end I am extremely happy that we managed to include this highly anticipated feature refactoring in the new R3 release. The improvements cover several feature areas: Database and Results Setup and Configuration Test dependencies uploads Status Reporting Logging Database and Results The Scheduling environment consists of two services—Scheduling and Storage—and one of our biggest improvements is with the latter.
Test Studio Scheduling is Back and Better Than Ever