Sauce Labs Partners with Sumo Logic
February 09, 2021
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Sauce Labs and Sumo Logic announced the formation of a new joint initiative designed to help enterprise organizations drive increased engineering efficiency by delivering greater visibility into the health and security of applications throughout the entire development lifecycle.

The combination will enable customers to leverage their test data from the Sauce Labs Continuous Testing Cloud with Sumo Logic’s Software Development Optimization solution and correlate it with data from other parts of the software development pipeline to automatically derive actionable insights that help improve the quality and reliability of applications.

The new joint initiative, which builds on the companies’ long history of partnership, collaboration, and the already strong integration between their respective platforms, empowers customers to view rich test data from Sauce Labs within Sumo Logic’s cloud-native, Continuous Intelligence Platform™ in order to make better, more informed decisions about the efficacy of their engineering and development processes.

“As testing increasingly becomes a continuous initiative, the ability to find and remedy defects before deployment plays a critical role in building digital confidence,” said Matt Wyman, CPO, Sauce Labs. “The combination of Sauce Labs and Sumo Logic gives customers complete visibility into the health of their applications throughout the entire product development lifecycle, both pre-production, and post. We’re excited to work with the Sumo Logic team to help organizations get more from their engineering investments.”

"As companies move from traditional business models to digital business models, they become software companies and their success depends on the speed and reliability of their digital services. Modern software development lifecycle (SDLC) and associated tools generate data that can be used to optimize and improve the SDLC in turn improving a company's agility and rate of innovation and thus making it more competitive," said Bruno Kurtic, founding VP of Strategy and Solutions, Sumo Logic. "Our partnership with Sauce Labs and our bi-directional integrations that correlate test results with code changes, environmental or deployment changes, and production incidents will help software development teams improve release velocity, application reliability, and customer experience all while providing security intelligence.”

This new initiative comes as organizations accelerate their digital transformations to create a competitive advantage. The combination of the Sauce Labs Continuous Testing Cloud with Sumo Logic’s suite of Observability solutions including the Software Development Optimization solution, ensures customers have comprehensive visibility across their entire CI/CD pipelines to securely develop and release new applications or modernize existing applications faster and with higher quality and reliability than ever before.

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