People involved in the software creation process need to understand the overall status of the development pipelines to make intelligent decisions. Smart visualization is critical to achieving speed, quality, and security.
MAIA Software integrates and communicates with your tools to accomplish an end-to-end view with all the details at your fingertips.
Connect to the issue tracking tools that you use in your process: for planning, feature breakdown, bug reporting, etc.
Post code changes from multiple version control systems and repositories. Connect to artifact repositories, the source for artifacts needed for a build, or a target for deployment.
Let your build automation tools send data about build processes, included components, license information and more.
Distribute information about test suites, test cases, and results from tests at all levels: acceptance, system, integration, and unit tests.
Add external information sources to retreive data about vulnerabilities, exploits, licenses, open source health, etc.
Decide on remediation
Test results in real-time
Post your test data through the streaming platform and get live progress and results.
Send standardized test verdicts to get unified visualization and reporting.
Visualize for engagement
Visualize to build engagement and responsibility, resulting in high quality.
Remediate bugs faster
Get instant failure reports and find out what went wrong using integrated analysis tools.
Insights from history
Get insights by comparing your latest tests with stored data from multiple test runs from the past.
Identify regression faster
Perform a diff on any two test run results to make it possible to identify fixes, new failures, and continuing failures.
Find recurring failures
Identify “flaky” test results to find troublesome underlying issues regarding environment, communications, etc.
Measure timing for the same test case over multiple test runs to understand code changes’ performance impact.
MAIA is creating a comprehensive report for each software build. The report offers both summarized high-level information and a lot of low-level details for all stakeholders. Read more about the build report content.