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Experitest now has Eight Global Data Centers

This post is from the Experitest blog and has not been updated since the original publish date.

Last Updated Oct 10, 2018 — Continuous Testing Expert

Experitest now has Eight Global Data Centers

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[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Experitest now boasts eight global data centers. In California USA, Toronto CA, NYC USA, Bracknell UK, Frankfurt DE, Chennai IN, Sydney AU, and the Middle East.

Experitest, is a world leader in digital app testing with over 1000 enterprise customers such as Vodafone, American Express, Lufthansa, T-Systems & Verizon. It has set up this globally distributed lab to enable its client DevOps teams to continuously test their web and mobile applications with ease. Testing is done against an endless selection of real mobile devices and browsers using popular open-source tools like Selenium and Appium in a fully agile environment that allows accelerated release cycles with higher quality.

The eight Experitest data centers are home to thousands of real mobile devices, emulators and desktop browsers that are remotely, and securely accessed by developers and testers from enterprises around the world. This continually expanding fleet of devices and browsers includes the latest device/OS combinations, including newly released devices such as the iPhone X and Samsung Galaxy S9.

DevOps teams can test web and mobile applications against these devices directly from their browsers using the SeeTest continuous testing platform as a service (SaaS) without prior Setup or IT investment. Testing can be done manually or continuously with automated testing and seamless integration into the entire DevOps toolchain, including open source tools such as Appium, Selenium, Jenkins, TeamCity, etc.

"There is no setup cost to get started with SeeTest SaaS digital lab, and clients can enjoy competitive pricing packages, where they pay only for the number of devices and browser instances they are testing on, with the ability to scale up and down according to need and make changes to their device selection with ease." Says Experitest CEO Tal Barmeir.

The service is available as SaaS offering providing shared devices (www.seetest.io) that undergoes an auto-cleanup process before being released and taken by another customer. There is also a private lab offering available with dedicated devices and infrastructure (www.experitest.com) available only to a specific customer. All Experitest data centers hold ISO certifications.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]

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