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If you were looking for one, look no further! Sauce Labs is excited to introduce automated Error & Crash Reporting in Sauce Real Device Cloud.
Why it matters -> blog
See it in action -> demo video
Get technical -> documentation
Other finders and fixers are hopping on these new features. Your turn?
If you’re a Sauce Labs enterprise customer with any team members located on the U.S. East Coast, you can now use the US East Coast Data Center for public and private devices. To change which data center you’re currently testing on, reach out to your Customer Success Manager or your Account Executive.
Note: IPSec, Sauce Connect, and carrier coverage are not currently available and will be implemented in the near future.
Submit ideas, see what we’re working on, and sign up for open beta programs in the new Sauce Labs Portal. See the coolness!
SF Game Development is launching a brand new meetup, and Sauce Labs is sponsoring it.
Where? The DNA Lounge in San Francisco
When? Tuesday, May 16 at 5:30 p.m. PT
Best part? Food is on us!
Why come? We’re expecting a big turnout from the game developer community. Plus, Sauce Labs Solutions Engineer Mac Clark will be sharing the secret ingredient to gaming DevOps.
Here’s the latest batch of fresh content from test automation experts across the industry:
Security testing is having a moment: Here's how Marcus Merrell, our VP of Technology Strategy, sees this impacting software engineering and product teams: "Most of our users in the test space are being asked to do security testing as part of a shift-left motion. I believe 2023 will see more widespread security testing happening in parallel with application development, rather than at the end, right before release. The ability to add in OWASP Top 10 scanning alongside existing tests will be a differentiator."
Learn more about the importance of DevSecOps in software development, and discover the benefits of security testing in this guest blog by Senior QA Architect Gary Parker.