The Turbo.net Client allows you to package apps and their dependencies into a lightweight, isolated virtual environment called a "container." Containerized apps can be run on any machine that has the appropriate Turbo.net Client installed without affecting the underlying OS. This eliminates installs, conflicts, breaks, and missing dependencies.
- Develop and package apps in isolated containers that contain all dependencies, including runtimes such as .NET Framework and Java SE, and databases such as SQL Server and MongoDB
- Automate testing and share test environments with QA, developers, and beta users via Turbo.net
- Simplify development and eliminate bugs by deploying applications in a "known good" configuration with a fixed set of components and dependencies... More Info »
- Run development code in a pre-packaged, isolated environment with software-configurable networking
- Revert changes rapidly or execute tests across a span of app versions and test environments
- Test in multiple clients, servers, and browser environments concurrently on a single physical device
- Accelerate test cycles by eliminating the need to install application dependencies and modify the configuration
In addition to container functionality, Turbo.net offers several premium test services, such as manual and automated browser testing, Selenium testing, and CI integration.
System administrators can:
- Remove errors due to inconsistencies between staging, production, and end-user environments
- Allow users to test out new or beta versions of apps without interfering with existing versions
- Simplify deployment of desktop applications by eliminating dependencies (.NET Framework, Java SE, Adobe Flash) and conflicts
- Improve security by locking down desktop and server environments while preserving app access