Probo.CI says that their software can allow developers to get work out easier and faster. The Probo.CI is an open source continuous integration tool that allows stakeholders to collaborate, test and review changes.
“Probo spins up a test instance of your work and provides a sharable link that can be sent to all decision makers before changes are merged,” according to a recent press release.
“It’s a dramatic improvement. With Probo, quality assurance is now built into the business process.”
Probo differentiates itself from other tools of it’s kind by not tearing down your environment. In turn, it posts a link so that the entire team can review new features or bug fixes. Project managers can always see how tasks are progressing and developers can get immediate client feedback.
“During our beta testing phase, we found that it saved days of senior developer time in each of our two week sprints,” said Howard Tyson, CTO of Probo.
“Probo uses Docker containers running on state of the art hardware and it integrates with GitHub and BitBucket to build pull requests and posts links back so that you can see changes with your own two eyes.”
It’s the only automated testing tool with quality assurance (QA) and user acceptance testing (UAT) built right in.
The open source code available at no cost, but a basic account with 1 GB of disk space is free. With a total of five pricing tiers, there’s a size that works for every business, from startup to enterprise.
Read the full release.