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The 12 days of 8.0 - Day 8

Blog Post created by Chris_Kraus Employee on Dec 8, 2014

"On the 8th day of DevTest the CA team brought to me 8 Transactions Documented


SEVEN well calibrated agents,

SIX agents, protocols, categories intercepted,

FIVE generated assets,

FOUR opaque data types processes,

THREE new execution modes,

TWO RR pairs added,

and a Server-Side Recorder in a DevTest tree!"

 

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Welcome to our 8th day of DevTest 8.0!  Today we are looking at the new CA Continuous Application Insight and it’s ability to Document Transactions.


First question who wants to document transactions - Boring!  Actually everyone does they just don't want to figure out what is behind the UI or API, the visibility created by CA Continuous Application Insight will allow you:


  • Create a system of record for what is behind the UI or API
  • Identify dependancies between application servers, databases, and 3rd-party services
  • Catalog Actual Interfaces used betwewen systems
  • Accelerate understanding of what is inherited form M&A
  • Document 3rd-party development of a system - architecture shift form white board


In the video for the 8th day of DevTest I show how you can run your manual test case and then get documentation generated based on your business transactions.  You can use this in development and training to demystify what is actually behind the system.





As you can see, this new functionality is unmatched in the industry.  We're even more excited to hear how you plan to use it - let us know in the comments below.  And that's our 8th gift to you on these 12 days of DevTest! 



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TWELVE Mobile Tests Generated

ELEVEN Selenium UI Test Scripts

TEN JSON assertions and filters

NINE API tests running

EIGHT Transactions Documented

SEVEN well calibrated agents

SIX Agents, protocols, categories intercepted

FIVE Generated assets

FOUR Opaque data types processed

THREE new execution modes

TWO RR pairs added

and A Server-Side Recorder in a DevTest tree!"

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