At Sauce, we care about testing because we care about speeding up the development cycle. Today we're announcing a new weapon in the fight against the often time-consuming practice of test-debugging: Sauce Breakpoints.
When you're done gathering the information you need to help debug the test, you can simply click the "Stop Job" button to shut down the VM. Jobs that have been 'breakpointed' in this way will be marked as such on the jobs page, so you know that they have been taken off Selenium autopilot.
For a more in-depth introduction to Sauce Breakpoints, watch this screencast:
Sauce Breakpoints constitute the first step towards bigger goals for Sauce. We have been dreaming up ways to go beyond building a rock-solid Selenium cloud---we want to help you write and run tests faster and more painlessly, so that more of your focus can go to developing and shipping features. With that in mind, we'd love your feedback on this first iteration of something we hope will grow into more features soon. To that end: what else would make your Selenium testing easier as a test developer? Let us know in the comments!