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Orasi is a leading provider of software testing services using market-leading test management, test automation, enterprise testing, environment hosting, and mobile testing technology. For over 12 years, Orasi has consistently helped customers successfully implement and integrate software testing environments to reduce the cost and risk of software failures. From initial implementations to enterprise rollouts, Orasi provides the expertise and experience to accelerate your testing return on investment. In addition, Orasi offers on-site training and a 3-tier consulting services model to provide the right mix of personnel and services for every company at the right price.

Orasi Solutions

Introducing the Orasi Performance Test Intelligence Connector (OPTIC) designed to allow better visibility into virtual load impact for organizations using HP LoadRunner and AppDynamics. This allows your Operations team to see exactly when virtual load was applied, and what transactions were affected, in real time.

Orasi Digital Authenticator (ODA) offers digital signature authentication and workflow for HP ALM/QC. ODA is a templated workflow product that integrates with HP ALM/QC's built-in workflow and expands its capabilities to include validation of requirements, test cases, defects and more.

The Orasi JIRA Bridge for HP Quality Center synchronizes defect information between Atlassian’s JIRA and HP Quality Center software to enhance communication between QA and development teams.

Remedy Bridge for HP Quality Center™ is an enterprise class integration solution that enables companies to harness the full potential of BMC® Remedy® Service Desk and HP Quality Center or HP ALM software by synchronizing incident and problem information between the two tools.

Events & Webinars

 

 Coming Soon

 
  • Introducing OPTIC: Real-Time Performance Optimization with HP LoadRunner
    8/13/2015
    Join Orasi on August 13 at 2:00pm. Eastern to learn about Orasi Performance Test Intelligence Connector (OPTIC) and how to improve collaboration and speed turnaround time during performance troubleshooting and solution optimization.
    Join Orasi on August 13 at 2:00pm. Eastern to learn about Orasi Performance Test Intelligence Connector (OPTIC)
     
    As any devops or operations manager will tell you, every application will fail at some point during its lifetime. These managers already understand the importance of application performance monitoring in production to help identify bottlenecks and spot trouble before it becomes a nightmare.
     
    OPTIC was designed to allow better visibility into virtual load impact for organizations using HP LoadRunner and AppDynamics. With OPTIC, the HP LoadRunner transaction data is displayed as a dashboard within AppDynamics, side by side with the transaction data generated by the system being monitored. This allows your operations team to see exactly when virtual load was applied and what transactions were affected-in real time and with no manual effort. The result is a common analysis platform for developers, QA, and operations, improved collaboration, and speedier turnaround time during performance troubleshooting and solution optimization.
  • Integrating mobile functional and non-functional testing with HP
    8/18/2015
    Join Orasi at 2pm Eastern to learn how to integrate mobile functional and non-functional testing with HP. Mobile testing is more than just making sure that what your development team built works. You need to verify critical consumer use cases to make sure development did their job well.
    Mobile testing is more than just making sure that what your development team built works. You need to verify critical consumer use cases to make sure development did their job well. At the same time, you need to also make sure the app performs well enough that your consumers will keep on using it.
     
    HP Mobile Center helps you redefine your mobile experience and ensure that you create apps that delight users. With HP mobile application testing solutions, you can test all aspects of the mobile user experience from functional to performance to context.
     
    Join our webinar to see how to integrate HP Mobile Center into a comprehensive mobile lifecycle that addresses all facets of mobile testing in one integrated platform.
  • Virtual Panel: 7 Things I Hate About Agile and How to Overcome Them
    8/26/2015
    On August 26 at 2pm Eastern, join Orasi and partners AppDynamics, Delphix, Grid-Tools (now part of CA Technologies, Inc.), Skytap, Tasktop, TurnKey, and XebiaLabs for a virtual panel discussion. We will address seven challenges that organizations “hate” about agile and how you can minimize their impact in your own agile SDLC.

    So, you've moved to agile software development as a better way of meeting deadlines and satisfying customer demand, but you're still facing challenges.

    No worries! Orasi Software and its partners have solutions for all those challenges.

    Join Orasi, AppDynamics, Delphix, Grid-Tools (now part of CA Technologies, Inc.), Skytap, Tasktop, TurnKey, and XebiaLabs for a virtual panel discussion regarding these seven challenges that organizations "hate" about agile and how you can minimize their impact in your own agile SDLC:

    1. I hurry up then have to wait. I can't achieve real acceleration of software delivery.
    2. Manual testing and the difficulty finding the right data for a particular test are the main challenges we face.
    3. Because I'm frequently releasing smaller chunks of code, heavy-duty manual testing in a shared test environment can't keep up with an agile pace.
    4. Our initial agile project worked well, but all heck broke loose when we tried to scale it beyond our core development team.
    5. Due to the rapidly changing nature of agile, I can't keep automation in synch with my applications, and I can't be sure automated tests won't become obsolete in a few weeks.
    6. I was happy with the monitoring my operations team was providing to the application, but now I have a new version and have to beg and plead to get the monitoring reconfigured.
    7. I'm trying to work within the agile methodology, but I don't have suitable information about where to improve my process.

    This virtual discussion will be an open examination of the agile methodology and how you can achieve better results by turning the challenges you hate into success stories.

 

 Recorded

 
  • Continuous Mobile Testing with Mobile Labs
    7/28/2015
    Is your dev team creating releases faster than you can test? If so, view our webinar to learn how to develop an integrated mobile dev & test lifecycle with Mobile Labs deviceConnect.
    Is your dev team creating releases faster than you can test?

    If so, view our webinar to learn how to develop an integrated mobile dev & test lifecycle with Mobile Labs DeviceConnect. We'll show you how to connect popular open source tools to deviceConnect while it manages your library of mobile devices. You'll see how you can keep pace with dev releases while maintaining quality levels your consumers demand.
     
    deviceConnect is an internal cloud-based mobile application testing platform that provides comprehensive management of mobile application testing assets. Unlike public device clouds, deviceConnect is highly secure because implementation occurs inside your enterprise's corporate infrastructure. Its location behind your corporate firewall means deviceConnect is easy to install and manage and can be maintained remotely.
  • Getting Your Mobile App Right the First Time
    6/23/2015
    Mobile apps are easy to make but hard to get right. Making sure you build critical functionality without building in critical errors requires a comprehensive mobile testing strategy.
    Mobile apps are easy to make but hard to get right. Making sure you build critical functionality without building in critical errors requires a comprehensive mobile testing strategy.
     
    Join our webinar series to learn how you can make sure you build quality into your apps and increase your app store ratings.
     
    In this first installment, we'll discuss how mobile testing is different from web testing and cover some process improvement strategies to make sure you're testing for those differences. We'll also talk about how to select which mobile devices to test and how to integrate them into your app delivery plan.
     
    Key takeaways:
     
    Why is mobile testing different?
    How do I incorporate those differences into my existing dev & test process?
    How do I maximize mobile test coverage and efficiency without sacrificing quality?
    What mobile devices should I worry about?
    How do I manage the mobile devices?
  • The Agile Application Delivery Trio: Testing, Data and Environments
    6/10/2015
    The advance of automation, virtualization and cloud technology has enabled faster software development than we've ever known. Join Orasi, Delphix and Skytap for this high value webinar, and learn about collaborative techniques for making development and test automation plans sing.
    The advance of automation, virtualization and cloud technology has enabled faster software development than we've ever known. So why do so many companies ultimately fail to realize lasting improvements in the delivery speed and quality of new software? Simply repeating our old ways of equipping development and test teams in the cloud with more infrastructure can generate initial gains, but without coordination it falls flat. Join Orasi, Delphix and Skytap for this high value webinar, and learn about collaborative techniques for making development and test automation plans sing, by running in sync with just-in-time virtual data and virtual environments that closely resemble production. Join our webinar on June 10th to learn more about: - Focus on automation with Orasi - Data as a service with Delphix - Environments as a service from Skytap
  • APM: The Ultimate Validation Tool
    6/9/2015
    For most QA managers, the term APM, or application performance monitoring, immediately brings to mind their Ops counterparts. Yet APM has a previously unexplored use as the ultimate validation tool for QA.
    For most QA managers, the term APM, or application performance monitoring, immediately brings to mind their Ops counterparts. Yet APM has a previously unexplored use as the ultimate validation tool for QA.
     
    As multi-tier distributed apps have become more common, QA teams struggle to perform true end-to-end testing with traditional QA tools. Instead, functional, performance and GUI testing is often performed in silos, targeting individual components of the full application. It's only in production that the definitive test occurs, and by then many defects have already been missed.
     
    With APM, QA teams can use a holistic approach to test the system end-to-end. This allows them to find defects that standard QA tools may miss, and provides a more granular look at the entire system.
     
    In this webinar, you will learn how APM can be utilized in a QA process to find more defects and remove the barriers to holistic application testing.
  • Test Data Management: A Modern Technique to Solve and Old Problem
    3/19/2015

    Test Data Management. It’s not a new concept by any means, yet most companies aren’t doing it as a thought out process, and those that are, aren’t always successful at it. By the end of this webinar, you will have a clear understanding on the best practices you can apply to test data management for eliminating your production errors.

    Test Data Management. It’s not a new concept by any means, yet most companies aren’t doing it as a thought out process, and those that are, aren’t always successful at it. Why? When it comes to getting test data, most teams rely on masked or unmasked data from production or have their own testing teams ‘create’ or ‘manipulate’ their own data. These methods are often manual, may introduce errors into the data, and can be time consuming. And while they might allow for the completion of some testing, it doesn’t solve the problem for testing new processes. This is where TDM steps in.

    In this webinar, you will learn:
    - Implementable practices that make a test data management team successful (and unsuccessful)
    - How proper planning with development and testing teams can maximize delivery
    - Where test data management fits within the software development lifecycle process

    In the end, the goal is to eliminate errors in production. A test data management strategy is a major step forward in enabling this to happen. By the end of this webinar, you will have a clear understanding on the best practices you can apply to test data management for eliminating your production errors.