Allure TestOps 4.1.0: Feature Review

Good news, everyone! It’s been a while since our last Allure Testops feature review, but we are back! This time, we’ve got a major release that brings a lot of neat features and upgrades. GUI and internal refactoring for integrations, support for Tekton and TestRail, new widgets, huge performance optimizations and many more. Read the full change log in the release notes.

In this post, we’ll take a closer look at the most interesting ones: integrations and TestRail support.

Integrations for Allure TestOps

Integrations main screen

New Allure Integrations implementation makes integrating Allure TestOps with other tools even easier than ever! As a result, no more command line setup. Everything is at the Administrator’s fingertips:

  • Unified management interface for the integrations. One place to manage all the third-party tools: CI/CD systems, issue-trackers and project management tools.
  • Self-explanatory process. We’ve updated the UI to add an integration. Now, it has the instructions on how to add the credentials for a specific integration point.
  • Enhanced security. To add an integration point to your project, you need to provide the credentials defined on your project level, so the other projects cannot use the same credentials. Thus, we can ensure no one without explicit access rights will be able to run your build jobs on the CI side.

Apart from the ease of installation, the new interface makes integrations management and configuration easier too. Since the integration is added on the instance level, it takes just several clicks to setup a connection with a new system.

allure testops integrations project level screenshot

There are 20 tools of all kinds – CI/CDs, TMSs, or issue trackers – that have native integrations. Our docs provide the full list of supported tools and integration functionality.

Allure TestOps -> TestRail native integration

Another long-awaited feature is a powerful integration with TestRail. It brings several key features that allow using TestRail for automated testing management:

  • Synchronizing and updating TestRail test cases from Allure TestOps. Forget about the necessity to manually update automated test cases! With Live Documentation feature, test cases will be automatically updated with each successful Launch execution.
  • Launch results export. Though Allure TestOps has a flexible and powerful analytics engine, some may prefer keeping track of test execution results in TestRail. Well, sometimes we tend to stick with familiar tools! Allure TestOps is capable of exporting Launches right into the TestRail.
  • Create a new test case. If a new test is born in Allure TestOps, it will be imported to TestRail. Thus, the systems will stay synchronized.

If you are a TestRail user eager to build automated testing, try Allure for a no-code detailed automation integration.

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