As of July 2019, LegiTest (formerly produced by Pragmatic Works Software and acquired by SentryOne in 2018) is now SentryOne Test. The new SentryOne Test is now offered in two different configurations: 1) cloud-based and 2) on-premises.
SentryOne Test consists of three core elements that form a secure, automated testing framework:
Remote agent that enables distributed test execution
SentryOne Test Visual Studio Extension (formerly LegiTest)
SentryOne Test web portal (formerly LegiTest Server) that lets you deploy test projects and then programmatically call them as needed
With the cloud-based version, you no longer have to install, configure, and maintain the components on your own servers. You can build tests online using convenient, built-in wizards. Or you can choose to download the Visual Studio extension and build tests in a familiar developer environment. You can deploy a remote agent on-premises to enable access to internal data sources. And you can view test results in an online dashboard that’s easily shareable with team members and stakeholders.
The cloud version supports one remote agent per each user account. If you need to deploy more remote agents, please contact us to learn about options for enterprise licensing.
The cloud version supports multiple users, but each one needs a user account.
Yes, the cloud version includes the Visual Studio extension, so developers can build tests in the Visual Studio environment.
With the remote agent, you can execute tests locally on servers across a distributed environment. This enables tests to run against your local data sources, without you having to reconfigure your network or firewall.
Yes. You can use pre-built test wizards in SentryOne Test to conduct data testing and share the testing results without using the Visual Studio extension. You can also build custom tests. The Visual Studio extension is a powerful option for building tests that enables developers to work in a familiar environment. If you build tests within the VS environment, you can render the tests from VS, automate the tests, and integrate them with Azure DevOps Server as part of a continuous integration/continuous deployment (CI/CD) process.
No. SentryOne Test replaces LegiTest Server. The original LegiTest Server is no longer available as a standalone option. You can get an on-premise version of SentryOne Test, which offers additional functionality and easier configuration.
In general, you’ll upgrade to the cloud version of SentryOne Test if you’re currently a LegiTest standard edition user. If you’re using LegiTest Server, you’ll upgrade to the on-premises version of SentryOne Test. Contact sales for more details on special upgrade offers for our current customers.
SentryOne Test Cloud is ideal for companies with 1-2 developers or data specialists who need to write tests and share test results with a smaller number of team members
SentryOne Test On-Premises provides licenses for 5 developers, 2 remote agents, and 10 browser-only user licenses. (Browser-only users have access to the SentryOne Test server and can create tests; however, they don’t have access to the Visual Studio extension.) This version of SentryOne Test is the best option for users who have Workbench Server or LegiTest Server and multiple LegiTest clients.
Enterprise quotes are available for companies with larger environment or particular needs.
No. Both versions have the same capabilities. However, if you choose SentryOne Test Cloud, you won’t have to install, configure, and maintain components on your own servers.
Check out the following resources:
Video: SentryOne Test Overview
You can also contact the SentryOne team with any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org or 855-775-7733.