Eggplant DAI platform automation boosts real-time testing
The latest version of the Eggplant digital automation (DAI) platform from Keystone Technologies uses high-speed computer vision to automate the real-time testing of high-speed applications with the aim of improving the quality of digital experience.
The platform recognises visual information and responds to changes with millisecond accuracy, simulating and testing the actual experience. Keystone says this helps improve the performance of applications that require an immediate reaction, including gaming, autonomous vehicles, financial trading platforms and medical systems.
The latest version of this platform includes enhanced self-healing test assets, where AI is used to automatically add new image variants as the underlying application under test evolves. It also provides access to data insights spanning bounces, conversions, demographics, duration, load time, page impressions, revenue and session analytics. The new reports include enhanced visualisation and filtering capabilities.
Eggplant DAI is said to be the first artificial intelligence (AI) driven automation solution to integrate computer vision to test and evaluate high-speed iOS applications. This capability will be rolled out to additional operating systems in the future.
“Delivering digital experiences that delight now determines business success,” said Gareth Smith, general manager, Eggplant. “Organisations finally have a way to meet the needs of the most sophisticated users who will not tolerate even the slightest glitch or performance issue. These enhancements demonstrate our proven ability to automate every aspect of the testing lifecycle intelligently.”
Keysight Technologies helps provide connectivity and security to enterprises, service providers and governments around the world. The solutions are aimed at helping to improve networks, and, says the company, bring electronic products to market faster and at a lower cost with offerings such as design simulation, prototype validation and manufacturing test to optimisation in networks and cloud environments.
Customers span the worldwide communications ecosystem, aerospace and defence, automotive, energy, semiconductor and general electronics end markets.