Klaros Test Management is a professional tool for capturing, organizing and analyzing test data in a quality management process. The Web application supports the management of requirements, iterations, test case data and systems under test, as well as the planning and evaluation of tasks and resources.Interfaces to issue tracking systems, CI servers and for data import and export permit integration into existing development environments.
All the data of a test project, such as test cases, test suites, test requirements, test environments, test objects, test runs and test results are stored together in a database. The organization and evaluation of the data takes place via a modern and comfortable web interface.
Agile and Classic Processes.
In addition to classical development processes such as the waterfall or V-Model, iterative and agile methods such as Scrum or Kanban are also supported.
Test requirements can either be managed directly in the Klaros test management software or synchronized with external sources such as JIRA. The current requirements coverage can be displayed at any time.
The Klaros test management software supports the versioning of test requirements, test cases and test suites. Each version can be maintained, executed, and evaluated separately.
At the push of a button, tasks for executing test cases and test suites are created and assigned to individual persons. The status of the task execution is visible at any time.
Utilization, Progress and Success.
Clear tables and graphs show usage, duration, and progress of each user's test activity.
The progress and success rates of the tests are directly available and always up to date.
Integrated Issue/Defect Management
Found defects can be created and modified directly in issue management systems such as Bugzilla, GitHub, GitLab, JIRA, Mantis, Redmine and Trac during test execution, without having to leave the Klaros Test Management Software.
A plug-in for the Jenkins Continuous Integration Server automatically imports the test results generated by a Jenkins build into the Klaros Test Management software.
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