Virtual and Physical Topology Generation
Create, edit and manage topologies through a web interface using flowchart based, non-programmer friendly automation design.
Centralized Repository of Equipment
and Test Cases
Eliminate wasted time searching for inventory and test cases through a central inventory repository.
Reservation and Scheduling With Calendar Privacy
Execute regression tests using a calendar view displaying available timeslots and potential conflicts.
Graphical Resource Utilization Reports
Resource utilization shows potential bottlenecks and what equipment is being underutilized.
Detailed Results of Test Execution
Step-by-step test execution results including response values to quickly drill down into results to understand why a test failed and help you isolate the problem.
Automated Manual Cable Change Workflow
Automatic cable change workflow notification to lab technicians which ports that need to be connected for a test.
High Availability and Fault Tolerant
Protection from hypervisor and VM failures through VMware HA support, Velocity Health Checks and proactive alerts upon service impairments.
Maximize reuse of common topologies by simply nesting them as a sub-topology.
Named Abstract Resources
Abstract naming support so resources can be labelled with names familiar to the test team.
Console Access and REST API Support
Simplify configuration by using familiar tools (e.g., SSH, Telnet, HTTP, Terminal Server, etc.) to configure devices directly in real-time. Published REST API to interoperate with external systems providing closed-loop execution support.
Admin ability to set reservation Time Quotas to prevent user groups from reserving equipment for long durations that prevent others from executing tests.
VLAN Tagging Support
User defined and auto-VLAN tagging support to access devices that maybe isolated through switches in the lab.
Startup/Teardown Tasks With Parameters
Easily create a sequenced list of startup/teardown tasks with parameters for complex setup/teardown.
Virtual Template Sync
Virtual images can now be managed natively from the Velocity User Interface and virtual topologies can be auto-updated when template parameters changed saving time.