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Hi Ken,

I really appreciate the fact that you tried Endtest.

My opinion is that you could have obtained some of those answers simply by digging more into the platform.

But here are the answers:

  1. You can easily run tests on different environments (Dev, QA, Stage, etc) with Endtest.
    Those environments are obviously going to have different URLs, different usernames, different passwords, etc.
    You can use the "Set Variable" action to create or generate different sets of variables and you can use IF Statements to see which environment you're on and to use the corresponding usernames and passwords.
    You can even define variables directly in the API call for starting a test execution, which makes it even easier.
    There are multiple ways in which you can handle different environments, it depends on what works best for you.

  2. You can run the same test suite on any operating system, browser or mobile device.
    All you have to do is select the desired configuration in the "Run Test Suite" modal or in the API call.
    You don't have to duplicate or modify a test suite in order to run it on different configurations.

  3. You can export the test results directly from the Results page. In that XLSX report, you have all the numbers, all the details, everything that can be extracted from a test execution.
    Since it's in XLSX format, you can easily create your own reports in Microsoft Excel by simply selecting the relevant columns.

  4. Yes, you can use the "Execute JavaScript" step to call any API you want or you can use the "Connect to Database" and "Execute SQL Query" actions to write that data directly in your database.

  5. Absolutely, the integration with services like Jenkins and Github is done through webhooks, you just add the API calls for starting a test execution and fetching the results in the Webhooks sections from those services.
    Additionally, Endtest provides it's own Webhook functionality, this allows you to automatically send the results to a URL after each test execution.

  6. All the traffic on the Endtest platform is encrypted.
    The test data from the execution machines is deleted right after the test is finished.
    The Machine Learning functionality from Endtest does not constantly analyse the sites and the apps, it only analyses them while the tests are being executed.
    There are multiple Security Standards that are being followed, including the famous ISO/IEC 27001.

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