[Webinar] Katalon May Updates — Bringing Cohesion to Your Continuous Testing

Recap Email__Katalon May Updates — Bringing Cohesion to Your Continuous Testing

Dear Katalon users,

Our latest improvements with Katalon Studio 8.0 and TestOps aim to offer scalability and interoperability to your testing experience.

Join our Katalon May Updates webinar for a detailed walkthrough of new integrations and capabilities.

Some highlights that will be included in this webinar are:

  • Azure DevOps integration: enhanced quality monitoring and traceability
  • Reusable desired capabilities to speed up testing processes
  • Pytest and Kobiton integration
  • Parallel test execution: a shorter execution time and feedback loop

Time: 11:00 AM EDT | Thursday, May 20, 2021

Speaker: Coty Rosenblath (Chief Technology Officer at Katalon) and Daisy Hoang (Vice President of Sales at Katalon)


Hi all,

Thanks for your interest in Katalon webinar. If you were not able to join the event, worry not! Please find the recap video HERE.

Also, please take a look at some of the FAQs/questions asked in the webinar:

Q: What is the main updates on the Azure Test Plans’s native integration?
A: Basically you can associate manual Azure Test Plans Test Cases with automated Katalon Studio test cases, execute the automated TCs in KS/CLI/Azure Pipeline, you can see results in Azure Test Plans.

Q: How can I get Azure Test Plans’ integration? Is it a plugin or built-in feature?
A: It’s a built-in integration. Open “Project Settings”, and you can see it right in the “Integration” part.

Q: We are currently using Katalon Recorder and kick off our scripts manually. We are interested in scheduling them to run on-demand or incorporate into our build pipeline. What software would we need in order to do this?
A: We started by setting up our Katalon Studio project with Git integration and then with TestOps. Katalon Documentation and Forum posts are helpful. From there you can integrate your Git project with TestOps, set up some test agents then schedule some tests to run. Again, the documentation around this is pretty good.

Q: Is there any further webinar dedicated to introduce and demo stuff related to the Pytest and Jest integration?
A: We’re glad that you are interested in the unit testing integration. We will consider having this topic included in a upcoming webinar soon. Let’s stay tuned.

Happy testing and look forward to seeing you in the upcoming webinars!

Katalon Team

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