SAN FRANCISCO, CA--(Marketwired - Jul 9, 2015) - Runscope, a leader in cloud-based API monitoring and testing, today announced that it has teamed with Amazon Web Services (AWS) for the availability of the AWS CodePipeline, a continuous delivery and release automation service. AWS CodePipeline customers can now include Runscope API tests and Ghost Inspector browser tests in their continuous delivery pipelines to catch faults and regressions early in their deployment processes.

AWS CodePipeline is an end-to-end solution that enables customers to rapidly deliver features and updates through the automation of the build, test and release process. By including API and browser integration tests in the continuous release process, development teams will be the first to know whether any of their apps break, before a potentially bad deployment is complete. 

Noteworthy benefits of Runscope and Ghost Inspector integrations with AWS CodePipeline:

  • Rapid delivery - Developers can deploy with confidence knowing their APIs and web applications are functioning properly.
  • Improved quality - Avoid lost revenue, negative reviews and support headaches by catching regressions before they reach customers and users.
  • Easy to integrate - Runscope API tests and Ghost Inspector browser tests are easily added to pipelines directly from within the AWS CodePipeline console.

"APIs and microservices are mission-critical components of the infrastructure powering modern applications," said John Sheehan, co-founder and CEO of Runscope. "Catching bugs early and preventing bad deploys is essential to minimizing user-facing issues. We're excited for Runscope to integrate with AWS to make automated API and browser testing an integrated part of the continuous deployment process on AWS CodePipeline."

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About Runscope
Runscope was founded in 2013 with the idea that depending on a web service API in a mobile or web application should be as easy as depending on code running locally. Runscope enables the modern development lifecycle with a powerful suite of API tools that helps developers build better applications and better businesses. More than 40,000 developers in more than 135 countries rely on Runscope to ensure that their APIs are not only operating, but performing optimally and correctly. Runscope is backed by General Catalyst Partners, True Ventures and Andreessen Horowitz and is based in San Francisco, CA. For more information, go to:

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