Tesmon Use Cases

Explore Tesmon's AI-powered platform for developer productivity and discover how it can streamline and optimize your development processes. Browse our featured use cases to learn how Tesmon can enhance your overall experience.

No code

Tesmon's approach

At Tesmon, we are dedicated to providing developers with the most efficient and scalable solution for test case generation. Our initial approach was to use a UI for test case generation, but we quickly realized that this method was not scalable when dealing with hundreds or thousands of tests. That's why we developed a domain-specific language (DSL) that can be used to generate tests quickly and easily.

With the power of AI, Tesmon's no-code test case generation feature allows developers to generate tests without writing a single line of code. This feature sets us apart from other platforms that claim to be no-code but still require users to use a UI to create tests, which is time-consuming and not scalable.

Here are some key advantages of Tesmon's AI-powered no-code test case generation:

  • Scalability: Our DSL allows developers to create tests that can be scaled up or down as needed, making it ideal for testing distributed systems.
  • Time Efficiency: With Tesmon's AI technology, generating tests takes seconds, which saves developers a significant amount of time and effort.
  • Flexibility: The Tesmon DSL is extensible, meaning that developers can easily integrate new scenarios or use cases.
  • Ease of Use: Tesmon's AI-powered test case generation is user-friendly and requires no coding experience, making it accessible to all developers.

Complex workflow

Use case: Restaurant Delivery Order

Tesmon simplifies testing and monitoring in intricate restaurant delivery scenarios involving multiple channels, microservices, databases, and potential complications.

Order workflow

In a complex restaurant delivery order scenario, customers can place orders through multiple channels, such as iOS, Android, or web applications. These orders are then processed and managed by numerous interconnected systems, including:

  • Multiple microservices handling various aspects of the order lifecycle
  • Messaging systems like Kafka for communication between services
  • Multiple databases to store and retrieve order-related data
  • Retry policies for handling network issues with delivery personnel
  • Cancellations and refunds due to various reasons such as restaurant refusal or delayed delivery

Testing and monitoring such a complicated system can be challenging due to the numerous variables and potential issues that can arise. Tesmon helps to streamline this process by providing:

  1. Extensible Tesmon DSL that enables you to write comprehensive test cases, including complex scenarios, error conditions, and retry policies. For example, you can simulate situations where driver 1 is not reachable due to network issues, ensuring robust and realistic testing.
  2. End-to-end testing capabilities that allow you to validate interactions between various services, channels, and databases, ensuring a seamless user experience.
  3. Event-driven monitoring that captures and analyzes logs to proactively detect and resolve potential issues before they impact users or system performance.
  4. Comprehensive reporting and analytics to help you identify trends, bottlenecks, and areas for improvement in your testing and monitoring processes.

Testing lifecycle

The Tesmon platform was built to make the testing and development process as seamless and efficient as possible. In traditional testing processes, authoring an integration test case and running it locally is relatively straightforward. However, taking tests to the next step, such as deploying to dev or staging environments and integrating with CI/CD, can be time-consuming and require dedicated resources.

At Tesmon, we understand the challenges of managing the lifecycle of a test and have carefully crafted our product to eliminate these hurdles. With Tesmon, every step in the development cycle is carefully thought through and optimized for efficiency.

For example, writing a test using TestNG or JUnit5 and running it on a local stack is relatively straightforward. But when it comes to running the test on cloud environments or with CI/CD, the process becomes more complex. Typically, you need to set up a VPN from your local machine or manage Jenkins for cloud-based testing. Managing secrets and other sensitive information can add to the complexity.

With Tesmon, we have eliminated these challenges. Going from local to dev or staging to production takes just a few minutes, and our platform streamlines the entire testing process. By leveraging the power of automation, we have made it possible to integrate with CI/CD systems with ease, saving you valuable time and effort.

Tesmon offers flexible test case management through Git integration, allowing you to commit your test cases to your own Git provider, such as GitHub or GitLab. This gives you full control over your test case code, enabling you to manage it just like any other piece of code. By keeping your test cases in your Git provider, you can collaborate with team members on test cases, track changes over time, and integrate them into your existing workflows.

With Tesmon, you can easily execute your test cases in the user interface, your CI/CD pipeline, or schedule them to run at specific times. This provides you with the flexibility and tools you need to build a comprehensive and reliable testing process that fits your needs. By offering the option to commit your test cases to your own Git provider, Tesmon ensures that you can keep all of your testing code in one place, simplifying your testing and development processes.

Flexible Environment

Secure Testing with Flexible Network Configuration

Tesmon offers the flexibility to run in a variety of network configurations, including within a private subnet, and provides a secure websocket connection to establish a seamless testing experience for customers.

With Tesmon, you don't need to worry about VPNs or special setup requirements. The Test Run Engine deployed within your environment establishes a secure websocket connection, allowing you to run your tests from the Tesmon user interface, command line interface (CLI), or within your CI/CD pipeline without any additional setup.

This approach offers a simple and secure way for customers to run their tests, while keeping their data and infrastructure secure. By leveraging Tesmon's secure websocket connection, you can run tests in a seamless and secure environment, without exposing your sensitive data to the public internet.

At Tesmon, we're committed to providing our customers with a flexible and secure testing platform. By leveraging Tesmon's websocket connection, you can easily run tests within your preferred network configuration without requiring any special setup or VPN.