Is your delivery velocity hindered by a growing backlog of failing tests? It's not uncommon to see engineers spending up to 50% of their time finding and fixing bugs - instead of creating new features.
With LiveRecorder, you can unblock your development pipeline and accelerate software delivery by turning your flaky tests green... and keeping them green.
Continuous Integration is the key to success for delivering at velocity. But to realize the full potential of CI, it requires a zero-tolerance approach to test failures: tests must turn green... and failures represent new regressions.
Unfortunately, intermittent non-deterministic test failures combined with running thousands of tests every hour make this very challenging to handle. Traditional debugging methods rely heavily on guesswork and slow engineering teams down.
In parallel, 50% of engineers' time is spent on software defect diagnosis and debugging. Yet, software is regularly deployed with known and unknown defects - ticking time bombs deployed into production. In fact, 91% of software developers admit to having unresolved defects because they cannot reproduce them. (3)
Reproducibility is the fundamental problem in software defect resolution techniques.
When deployed in your test environment, LiveRecorder accelerates software defect resolution by eliminating the guesswork in software failure diagnosis. It provides full visibility and definitive data-driven insights into what your software actually did before it failed.
LiveRecorder resolves the technical challenge of reproducibility, simply by recording the program's execution as it fails. The recording file represents a 100% reproducible test case. No need to waste months trying to recreate the problem. Your engineers can get straight to analyzing the data in the recording artifact by replaying it backwards and forwards for speedy diagnosis.
Fix challenging defects that are blocking your development pipeline and keep to your release schedule.
Realize the full potential of your Continuous Integration investment: turn your tests green ... and keep them green.
Speed up defect diagnosis and allocate more engineering time for delivering valuable features.