Application software generates huge volume of logs during testing cycles – Unit testing, functional testing, load testing and manual testing. In many cases there are error messages in the logs that have indication on problems and errors.
BUT many of those errors go undetected during testing since there is no clear indication in the application test case.
This is the reason application teams use the logs to debug and investigate the 95% of the problems in testing and production.
XpoLog Log analysis for testing helps testing experts to automate the analysis of logs. XpoLog build an index of messages for each test and compare logs between versions and builds.
XpoLog help to sort the important messages and generate automated reports that will be sent by email every day to testers and managers.
For each performance testing, XpoLog generate a summary of error messages sorted by risk and also compare the list to other performance cycles for analysis.
XpoLog is agent less, run remotely without any effect on the code or tested application and provide an immediate insight into application status.
XpoLog doesn’t require deep integration, script recording or any other “project” type effort.
So testers and application can quickly detect more problems in less time.
It also creates snapshots and provides analysis tools of logs against server’s metrics like CPU and memory. XpoLog have integration to Atlassian Jira, HP Quality Center, Bugzilla and more. So creating bugs or defects can be done in testing context directly from XpoLog.