Quality assurance & continuous integration

Application development in your organisation is becoming more professional and you need different work environments: integration, pre-production and production.

You are beginning to have a well-stocked catalogue of applications. You are developing and maintaining these applications, with frequent and regular updates.

This situation is becoming a nightmare to maintain manually, you need to automate and set up a development factory to manage your applications.

The challenges of application acceptance testing and continuous integration


  • Gain fluidity in developments: implement changes quickly, without obstacles in setting them up
  • Responsiveness in bug fixing
  • Automate repetitive tasks
  • Work on spaces shared and controlled by a wide target audience, without technical skills, with transparent processes
  • Open tests to external stakeholders
  • Instant update
  • Integration with existing development tools
  • Multiple test and validation environments

Appaloosa and continuous integration

Implementation of a private app store allows you to publish your applications and their different versions instantly.

This app store, and its administration interface, integrate with many development tools that help you streamline your application development process.

Ensure robust acceptance testing process with a large target audience and multiple test environments.

Our key features for acceptance testing and, continuous integration

Integration with your tools

For building, publishing and automating all the management actions of your store: API Appaloosa, Bitrise, Jenkins, Java Client, Ruby Client.

Instant deployment of applications

To ensure delivery and acceptance testing on the latest version of the application.

Creation of several stores

Create a store for each environment.

Version history

Previous versions that have been built and deployed are preserved

Preview of versions

Compare versions by navigating between them. Issue a changelog to notify the latest changes made