ReadyAPI allows teams to create, manage, and execute automated functional, security and performance tests in one centralized interface.
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WebServices Testing is Easier Now!
Kommentare: ReadyAPI is mainly used by the Quality and Development departments in my organization. We mainly use it to conduct different types of testing on all kinds of web services like SOAP and REST services. It helps us conduct load tests, security tests, and functional tests as well. ReadyAPI is also very useful when it comes to automating the testing scenarios which helps us as a team get results much faster with better accuracy and thus delivering faster business value to our customers.
I liked the Security Testing Features as it was very helpful in testing our APIs, Also the fact that you can use it to Automate your Test Scenarios which was very helpful as it saved around 50% of testing compared to manual testing.
I did not like ReadyAPI's usability and user interface and I think it needs a lot of improvements but that does not necessarily mean that you cannot get great results with it. Actually, the tool helped us to be more efficient as a team and focus on more important tasks.
ReadyApi is the best. More years ago we use SoapUI. But ReadyAPi is more more better.
ReadyApi is a nice apllication, but it's expensive and there isnt a free version
ReadyAPI is a great tool for API Testing
Easy to use once you get use to it. Great for testing API calls; better than Postman.
Cost is a big factor. SmartBear charges a good penny.
Leveraged existing SoapUI tests to widen scope of app testing beyond simply functional.
Allows us to take existing SoapUI tests and test backend services for stress/performance. Can scale tests run as needed. Amazon cloud integration is a big plus.
Has more of a learning curve than SoapUI, sometimes difficult to re-use existing tests depending on how your datasets are being used.
An excellent tool for load testing, but very expensive.
The tool allows you to write automated load/performance testing scripts, record scenarios and add them to your tests, integrate the tests into your CI/CD pipelines and it provides rather good execution reports.
The price is very steep and was too high for our budget, so we went with another open source tool.