Analyze test failures, dramatically fast
If you’re spending more time identifying real test failures than fixing them, then your test reporting tools aren’t enough.
It’s time to try Test Observability.
Are you taking hours to triage and debug test failures after every run?
Basic test reporting tools drown you in noise. Test Observability auto-identifies genuine test failures, employs AI to find the failure reason, and enables proactive monitoring of suite health.
View test reports in real-time
Click a build to view rich test insights during the run. For each test, you can see both the current & historical execution statuses and reason for assertion failure.
Auto-identify false failures
Filter real test failures with auto-tagging into flaky, always-failing and new-failures. No guesswork, repeat reruns, or comparison against past test reports.
Triage failures 10X faster
Instantly prioritize failures with AI-based tagging into product, automation, or environment issues. View tests grouped by unique errors to prioritize fixes.
Debug with consolidated logs
All logs – screenshot, video, test framework, terminal, application & more, chronologically consolidated in one view. No need to go back to CI console logs.
Track automation health
End-to-end visibility into suite health across stakeholders with dashboards for metrics like stability & flakiness. Set alerts to monitor & debug breaches from the same dashboard proactively.
Supports any test automation
Analyze tests run on BrowserStack grid or CI runner hosts or anywhere else – be it Unit, API, Integration, or UI tests.
Flaky and new-failure auto-detection
Auto-identify flaky, new failure, always failing & performance anomalies with custom rules.
Timeline & Time-travel Debugging
A timeline view of all the test run logs chronologically sorted. Click on any past run to access its timeline logs.
Uncover common cause failures
No need to debug all failed tests anymore. Debug only the unique causes of failures. Save time spent on debugging.
Re-run tests directly on CI
Trigger a rerun of selected tests directly on your CI from the Test Observability dashboard.
Make better decisions with historical data on what tests are failing, flaky, or slow. Use default dashboards, or create your own.
Who is Test Observability for?
Debug test results faster and better with the right tools. Collaborate better with developers to improve quality.
View rich, historical data on testing trends in your organization. Leverage insights to ship higher-quality products to market faster.
Reproduce bugs faster, and improve the quality and performance of unit or integration tests.
Senior support engineers, response time SLAs and on-call support.
Leverage SSO to easily integrate your teams into BrowserStack.
Create sub-teams, customize dashboard views and more based on their testing needs.
BrowserStack Test Observability gives my team their test results quickly, accurately and displays data simply and [makes it] easy to read. The playback videos are helpful when debugging.
BrowserStack is added [sic] Test Observability, it reduces maintaining a separate server/tools for tracking app health/reports.
The most helpful feature of BrowserStack is the Test Observability tool. We rely on the data and results shared through this tool every morning during our test analysis.
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No. Unlike application Observability tools that help you identify, monitor and debug application bugs, Test Observability helps identify, monitor and debug your test cases and test suite health.
Test Observability is designed for quality engineering teams – from quality engineers, to quality managers and leaders.
Test Observability will replace 3 tools in your DevOps stack—
- The tool that you use for Test Reporting like Allure or Cucumber reports
- The tool(s) that you use for Test Debugging like CI console logs & artifacts like screenshots, network logs, video etc; and
- The tool that you use for Test Suite Health Monitoring like Spreadsheets.
It’s a 3-in-1 tool.
All types of automated tests are supported – Be it unit, API, integration, functional or any other test.
Yes. Test Observability is platform agnostic – it works irrespective of whether you run tests on BrowserStack, local, or anywhere else.
No. You can use our online Sandbox to play around with all the features. No setup, integration or sign-up needed.
Test Observability works by instrumenting your tests through BrowserStack SDK for your test framework. All test-related details, logs, screenshots, CI information, Git information, etc are sent over to the Test Observability backend automatically while your tests are running. It all works magically without needing any setup time whatsoever.
Less than a few minutes flat. You need to follow only the 2-3 steps in the getting started documentation, and then BrowserStack SDK starts collecting all your test data automatically.