Dev and QA testing for Cybersecurity Platform
LogoDeviQA is the finalist of the Software Testing Award 2019

THE PROJECT

Dev and QA testing for Cybersecurity Platform

Feb. 2015 - Aug. 2018

Dev and QA testing for Cybersecurity Platform

Project Summary

DeviQA helped develop a cybersecurity software platform. Complex automated scenarios test REST APIs through a Faraday library. An SDK application works with Azure, Google Cloud, Docker, and LXC containers.

THE REVIEW

“DeviQA did an excellent job, and I highly recommend them.”

AUG 27, 2018

Quality:

5.0

Schedule:

5.0

Cost:

5.0

Willing to refer:

5.0

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Feedback summary

DeviQA automated numerous testing processes to reduce manual effort and resolved file scanning issues. While the build was projected to take 15 hours, they completed it in just three. The team was highly professional, kept detailed records, and maintained an open dialogue and synergistic workflow.

Reviewer Position

QA Manager, Solebit (Mimecast)

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CHALLENGE

We needed to increase the quality of our product and develop automated tests to reduce manual testing work

SOLUTION

SoleGATE™ is a revolutionary cyber protection software platform that provides comprehensive coverage for advanced cyber attacks against organizations in real-time. Using evasion-proof, signature-less, patented technology, it instantly detects any malicious code and blocks it conclusively. No sandboxing is necessary. DeviQA created complex and detailed automated scenarios for testing REST APIs using a Faraday library. They built a software development kit application that works on many different machines, including Azure, Google Cloud, Docker, and both privileged and unprivileged LXC containers. They created complex methods for these integrations using SSH and SFTP connections. They added different scenarios for Microsoft Azure and Mac.