If you were talking to someone whose organization is considering SoapUI Pro, what would you say?
How would you rate it and why? Any other tips or advice?
We have SMEs on our team. We rarely reached out to the technical support team of the product. I have never reached out to the support team. I would recommend the solution to any person. Overall, I rate the product a nine out of ten.
This solution is definitely worth the cost. I would rate it as a ten out of ten.
I consider it important to have open software solutions that are documented and to have a tool that is implemented according to standards. It's important for me to have a community where I can ask questions or find answers to typical problems. It's good to have some basic functionality in a community version and to step into a tool and then later to pay for licenses. I rate this solution eight out of 10.
SoapUI has two versions, open-source, and commercial. You can use the commercial version or you can look for the open-source if you are trying to achieve basic steps out of the APIs. However, if you want to scale it up and want to integrate it with CI/CD seamlessly, then you should choose the commercial version. I rate SoapUI Pro an eight out of ten.
I would recommend this solution to others. I rate SoapUI Pro an eight out of ten.
I would rate SoapUI nine out of 10. There are many solutions out there in the market, so it's not just SoapUI. But when we consider the SoapUI, it is far more stable. It is far more flexible and easy to use, especially if you consider other automation tools like Selenium IDE. Those are very standard tools wherein you won't get much flexibility. So always have to put in some time on other tools to get results, but in this case, it is more or less flexible, and the features are also getting pretty fast-paced. So yeah, it is beneficial, as the company's, I would say, every issue in the most we can get done. So yeah, it would be helpful for the developers as well as the testers.
Your choice totally depends on what kind of scope you have. If it is just limited to SOAP and REST services, then SoapUI Pro is the best option. Also, the cost is very much less compared to those of other solutions, for example, DevTest, which is the most expensive tool on the market. I would recommend that if you have any SOAP or REST service automation requirements that you should try out ReadyAPI, which has an evaluation version of SoapUI for 30 days. You could try it, and if you feel that it is a good fit for your automation requirements, then you should definitely think of SoapUI Pro. I would rate this solution at nine on a scale from one to ten.
This solution is stored on the database. For individuals, this solution is great. For teams that would like to collaborate, it's likely not an ideal option. I'd rate the solution at a nine out of ten. We've been very happy with its capabilities.
On a scale from one to ten, I would give SoapUI Pro a rating of eight. If the load and bare minimum could be defined, I would give this solution a higher rating. I don't expect a huge level of information, but at least a high level of information. Overall, I think this solution is very cool and easy-to-use.
We're just a customer. We don't have a special relationship with the company in any way. The solution is quite good. I'd rate it overall an eight on a scale of ten. I'd recommended it. One of the main things that's great is the excellent integration into the DevOps tool-chain and the reuse of code between SoapUI and LoadUI.
I recommend this solution and my advice is to try it. I would rate this solution a nine out of ten.
I would recommend this solution. You should proceed and know that communication is very easy to use, and it's user-friendly. There is a lot of support online. I would rate this solution a seven out of ten.