SD Times news digest: Tricentis TestProject 2.0, IBM Quantum Composer and IBM Quantum Lab, and Sonatype acquires MuseDev

by Jeremy

The new version of Tricentis TestProject supports both hybrid cloud and offline options, enabling testing teams to securely automate web, Android, and iOS applications and deliver products at speed without limitations.  Version 2.0 allows users to save tests and reports on TestProject’s secure hybrid cloud and to benefit from zero server maintenance, end-to-end test creation, a collaborative testing repository, friendly dashboards, and more, the company explained. Users can also save tests as local files directly on their machines with no cloud footprint and get a completely offline experience. 


“TestProject now aligns its free test automation platform to today’s various industry standards, accommodating its powerful capabilities for all and providing users the freedom to choose the option that works best for their organization’s restrictions,” TestProject stated in an announcement.

IBM Quantum Composer and IBM Quantum Lab announced
The two tools replace IBM Quantum Experience and include improvements into how users can manage files, receive notifications when jobs are complete, and view results.  Users can search their files or view job results alongside the Jupyter notebook they are working on in IBM Quantum Lab.  Meanwhile, in IBM Quantum Composer, users can design and visualize circuits, and the tool has an updated Setup and Run interface.

Sonatype acquires MuseDev
Sonatype announced that it is acquiring MuseDev, a startup incubated by Galois, Inc.  MuseDev can install into any source control repo, automatically analyzing pull requests and providing developers with accurate and actionable feedback. MuseDev orchestrates 24 pre-configured code analyzers ranging from lightweight linters to deep static analysis tools, and it can cover a wide variety of coding languages and bug types.

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