Automate your API tests with Postman
Integrate Postman testing into your CI/CD pipeline.
What is Automated Testing?
Tests are automated by creating test suites that can run again and again. Postman can be used to automate many types of tests including unit tests, functional tests, integration tests, end-to-end tests, regression tests, mock tests, etc. Automated testing prevents human error and streamlines testing.
Why Automate Your API Tests?
Streamline Development and QA with a CI/CD Pipeline.
Testing APIs can be hard. Automating testing with your CI/CD Pipeline is easy. Postman allows you to reuse your test suites to create a CI/CD pipeline so you can test at every push. You can seamlessly integrate your Postman instance with Jenkins to create your own CI/CD pipeline or add it to your existing pipeline as a build step.
Make Scaling Easy with Automated Testing.
As programs grow, so does the risk of breakage. You can create more robust and bug-resistant programs by increasing test coverage and frequency. Postman and Newman, our command line tool, allow you to easily set up your own automated tests.
Sometimes Less is More.
Shifting to automated API tests means you’ll spend less money on QA, experience less lag time between development and QA, and spend less time debugging in production.
Postman Simplifies Automated Testing.
Postman offers a comprehensive API testing tool that makes it easy to set up automated tests. You can aggregate the tests and requests you’ve created into a single automated test sequence. Run and manage your test workflow from the Postman app, Postman monitoring, or from the command line with Newman, Postman’s command line tool.
Simple, Secure, and Collaborative Automated Testing
If you haven't already tried out our complete API development environment, you can easily get started by downloading our free app. Postman accommodates teams of any size with our Free, Pro, and Enterprise plans. View our plans and pricing to see which plan is right for you.
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