A team account is included in a RedLine13 Premium Subscription and includes multiple RedLine13 Team Features.
Sharing your test plan to all members of your team is automatic. Team management allows the sharing of tests and test data between a group of users.
Team Feature Request from ACT
Heath Meyer is the Lead Software Engineer of RedLine13 customer ACT, the maker of the ACT college entrance exams. He asked us if it would be possible to see which team member executed a test. We liked the idea, so we updated the site so the team admin can see the user under the Details panel.
I asked Heath why ACT wanted this feature. He said that ACT has many scrum teams running tests at any given time, so it’s helpful to be able to see who has executed the tests to have a better understanding of which teams are most active and also specifically who within those teams are running the jobs. It also helps to tie some accountability back to each job.
Another great thing about RedLine13 is the pricing model. ACT now has the flexibility to be able to run small and large scale volume tests and only pay for the tests we have executed. Some other pricing models require a substantial up front cost that is paid whether or not you use the cycles you’ve purchased. Think of it like a cell phone plan, prepaid versus contract. Depending on the needs and performance demands of your business there can be so many advantages to the prepaid models inherent flexibility.
More Team Features
The Team Admin can look at the Team screen which will show teams you are on and you manage. Read more.
Team accounts come standard with up to 20 team members. And you can add more. Read about RedLine13 Support for Large Testing Teams Got Even Better.
And once the team has access so will your Jenkins build job, making it easy to share to your CI/CD process. Read more about Automated Testing with Jenkins – Team Support.
AWS Keys are shared.
- A team can manage AWS access across testers.
- Only one person needs to set up the AWS Account access
- Control the shutdown policy for each key your team uses.
You can try RedLine13 for yourself for free.Then try out the Team Features.