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Kalistick supports testers to identify the relevant test to be executed to cover the regression risks of any release. The platform discovers software changes to select the relevant test cases (manual or automatic) to be executed to cover the regression risks using its “Test Learning System”.
Kalistick has a unique technology known as “Test Learning System”. When a test is executed, it records which part of the software is executed by this test, this is the test footprint.
The software as a service application is built around a robust application programming interface and plugins. It integrates natively with more than 30 tools such as test management tools, unit testing frameworks, coverage tools, continuous integration servers, and source code management. Kalistick also delivers a universal connector that can be plugged in almost any tool.
In 2009, first release of Kalistick platform and first success for Kalistick winning the contest "Les Assises" regarding security in software development.
In 2011, Kalistick cloud-based platform has analyzed hundreds of customers’ applications, representing over 150 million of lines of code
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