How to Scale Selenium-based, CPU-intensive QA Sanity Test Suites

The need for thorough and precise quality assurance in software development cannot be overstated. It ensures the robustness, reliability, and user-friendliness of the application. Selenium-based QA Sanity Test Suites are well-known for their efficiency in automating browsers for testing web applications. However, they are also CPU-intensive and, when run locally, they may fail, consume substantial resources, and take up a lot of time. Not only that, local executions lack centralized housekeeping and uniformity in compute resources. Moreover, they present challenges in scalability.