I am looking for recommendations on Test Management Tools.

To start it would be mainly for manual testing, but we would like to integrate with our automated tests in the future. Ideally we would be running these automated tests off of BitBucket (Created using Katalon). It would also be nice to have it linked to JIRA for easy issue creation, as well as maintaining a history of past issues for a Test Case.

We are a consulting firm that has many clients with different projects, and underlying frameworks that should work with many of our clients. For the frameworks, it would be nice to be able to associate multiple projects for a test. For the specific projects, it would be nice to associate tests to just that project.

I am also looking for a Test Management Tool that will allow me to create and organize tests easily.

It would be ideal if the Tool utilized pre-conditions or if it was simple to add a specific tag to a group of newly created tests. I want to reduce the amount of time it takes to create a test plan.

I would also like for it to be simple to maintain. In other words, easy to find test cases for a particular area and edit them if need be, or to generate a test plan on the Fly.

Any thoughts would be appreciated!

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    Isn't structured text files, grep and some scripts to communicate with Jira's API sufficient for what you want to do? – João Farias Feb 24 at 21:22
  • It's more that I want the test cases to be better organized. We are currently using Google Sheets and I find it to be very inefficient. I'm not sure if structured text files would work for me, especially when you consider that I eventually want to link it to our automated testing. – Tyrel Craig Feb 24 at 22:52

From personal experience I would recommend using opensource Kiwi TCMS.

It has:

  • JIRA integration
  • Powerful API to work with automated test reporting
  • Simple way for organizing manual tests (albeit the GUI part will get better when it will be fully migrated to patternfly)
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  • Please elaborate on why the down-vote? It is a Test management tool and has the functionalities that OP specified. – Prome Feb 25 at 7:51
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    It's not your fault really - this isn't a good question. It has no correct answer, multiple different technologies could fit the bill essentially turning it into a popularity contest. – corsiKa Feb 27 at 0:34
  • @corsiKa That's a good point about it not being a good question. I was just hoping to get some varied responses. As when you try to look into it, you are basically bombarded with marketing as opposed to real opinions about each technology. – Tyrel Craig Feb 27 at 22:03

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