On premise installation

I’ve read through the announcement in Announcing TestProject 2.0 Next Gen Release: Hybrid Cloud & Offline Mode | TestProject and would like to know whether there are plans to offer an on premise installation of the TestProject solution. By this I mean the database storing the tests, the webserver presenting the UI as well as any backend services supporting the solution. The agent is ofcourse installed on individual worker machines.
TestProject looks amazing and seems to have everything I am looking for, however, it is impossible to get approval for a project which stores information outside of our company’s secured network.
Thank you!

Hi @eli and welcome to our community!
Thank you for the kind words :smile:.
Currently, offering TestProject on-premise is not in our roadmap.
If there is any change in the subject, we will update you here about it.
Please note that with TestProject, everything runs locally since the TestProject Agent is a local component installed on your machine.
The only data stored in the TestProject cloud are reports, user management, test parameters (can be encrypted via “secret params” feature), and tests stored in a secured and encrypted S3 AWS environment.

It’s also important to mention that as part of our v2 release, TestProject also supports saving test artifacts locally (disk/git) in a YAML/JSON format, meaning that you will be able to use the online editor/local mode for creating and debugging tests but saving them locally on-premise - no footprint in the cloud. The tests will include elements, parameters, configurations, and everything needed to run locally by the agent; they will even create local HTML reports without leaving any footprint in the cloud.

Either way, we are dedicated to creating a safe and secure platform for our users; thus, all the data and communication between the TestProject agent (which is a local component) and the cloud is completely encrypted using SSL-encrypted connection and certified secure services, such as AWS S3. You can also use our “secret parameters,” which can be used to enable an additional layer of data encryption and security using AES256 standards.