SAN FRANCISCO – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – Today, CircleCI, the leading continuous integration and continuous delivery (CI / CD) platform, announced Test Insights, the latest feature of CircleCI’s Insights dashboard, extending analytics functionality to a critical aspect of software development: test performance.
Insights features are an increasingly important part of the CI / CD process to understand the impact of changes and ensure the highest quality release. CircleCI’s Test Insights provides more visibility into the testing process, enabling teams to achieve greater speed by quickly identifying and recovering failed or irregular tests, with greater precision as a by-product.
According to CircleCI data, the average failed workflow loses about 30 minutes. With over 4000 flaky tests identified per day, CircleCI users can now save over 2000 otherwise wasted hours per day, collectively, by eliminating flaky test failures. Test Insights helps engineering teams make better, more informed decisions that allow them to efficiently deliver software to their users with confidence.
“With Test Insights, teams save more of their most valuable resource, time, by resolving code failures faster, identifying the source of bugs or threats more quickly, and predicting trends and patterns more accurately. for complete workflow optimization. This information immediately creates value at all levels of the engineering organization, ”said Apurva Joshi, CPO, CircleCI.
Test Insights is one of the many data management features that make up CircleCI’s Insights dashboard, powered by software that processes data for over 3 million jobs per day. Solutions like CircleCI’s Insights dashboard are essential for software-centric businesses, enabling engineering teams to make real and meaningful improvements to their development processes.
“Engineering teams everywhere are looking for speed and a faster time to market. Investing in the developer experience is key to delivering software more efficiently. By helping teams identify and resolve issues related to failed and irregular tests, CircleCI enables developers to spend more time innovating and building great software and less time solving problems. This can help customers increase the speed, accuracy and efficiency of their deployments, ”said Rachel Stephens, Senior Analyst, RedMonk.
Additional benefits of CircleCI’s Test Insights include:
- Flaky test detection. Identify tests with unpredictable behavior, determine which tests have the potential to pass and fail indeterminately through proactive reporting.
- Improved speed. Identify the oldest and most failed tests, act quickly to correct them, and resume development sooner, for improved overall efficiency.
- Meaningful analysis periods to understand changes in performance over time. Identify changes in behavior and performance, and diagnose the culprits of those changes to improve efficiency in the future.
- Ability to make actionable improvements with analytical trends. Find organizational, workflow, and job-level benchmarks, as well as trends for average recovery time, throughput, and duration metrics, for 24-hour, 7-day, and 30-day windows to easily track team productivity.
CircleCI is the leading integration and continuous delivery platform for large-scale software innovation. With intelligent automation and delivery tools, CircleCI is used by the world’s best engineering teams to dramatically reduce the time between idea and execution. The company has been recognized as an innovative leader in cloud native continuous integration by independent research firms and industry awards such as DEVIES, Forbes’s Best Startup Employers of the Year and Technology Fast 500 ™ from Deloitte.
Founded in 2011 and based in downtown San Francisco with a global and remote workforce, CircleCI is backed by Base10, Greenspring Associates, Eleven Prime, IVP, Sapphire Ventures, Top Tier Capital Partners, Baseline Ventures, Threshold Ventures , Scale Venture Partners, Owl Rock Capital, Next Equity Partners, Heavybit and Harrison Metal Capital. Learn more at https://circleci.com.