T3 as a Service

Use all test applications you need without investing in extra servers, licenses, administration and maintenance and with transparent costs: Use the latest validation technology and test tools of all well- known manufacturers in our T3TTP (test tool platform) SaaS (software as a service) solution, in short: T3.aaS (T3 as a service).

Extensive Test Tool Landscape

In test laboratories, technological islands with different tools are often found and a real integration between the different testing systems is not brought about. This is one of the main focuses of T3.aaS: Real integration of all necessary testing tools and applications offered by manufacturers who dominate the market.

T3.aaS is able to support the entire TCC or test factory operation. This flexible test framework offers tools and applications which support the testing process on all levels, starting with the first steps of planning until the completion of the test. The testing tool platform includes for example the following application modules:

  • TMC (Test Management & Control)
  • TPO (Test Planning & Optimization)
  • TSE (Test Script Engine)
  • TML (Test Modeling Language)
  • TTx (Test Tools)
  • TEM (Test Environment Management)
  • TDM (Test Data Management)

Furthermore there is a range of technology modules, besides the application modules, which provide additional testing technologies such as insight7 for professional test operation. This saves time and helps to reduce costs.

Controlling Testing Processes from the Control Station

Many solutions available on the market simply offer planning and controlling instruments adapted to testing management and focus on rough planning. However, industrial testing processes also need detailed planning and a control station to control testing tasks.

Testing tasks can be planned, checked and controlled in neartime as part of T3.aaS. By means of this module, the following tasks can be carried out:

  • Real resource planning and reservation
  • Proactive elimination of critical paths in the testing operation
  • Solution of resource problems during testing
  • Replanning of testing tasks when unpredictable changes in the operation process occur
  • Feedback from tasks carried out
  • Determination of time difference between planning data and backflush

Therefore, the testing manager is able to supervise multiple testing tasks at the same time, to recognize unexpected events immediately to take correcting measures.