This release brings a big visual change to the UI when it comes to Test metrics & execution charts.
Now you can see the most important metrics about your tests or Test Suites while browsing through them.
- Pass/Fail Ratio: Allows you to see the percentage of tests that were successful divided by all tests.
- P50: Gets the median duration of your test executions. (Not to be confused with an average value)
- Nº of failed executions: We show you the number of failed executions for the past 7 days while you are listing our tests so you can easily detect the tests that are failing most often.
Your executions chart can be a pretty way to quickly look at the history of your executions.
Red bars show the tests that failed and green ones are for the tests that passed.
The Y axis represents the Test duration which is shown on a logarithmic scale.
# Removing Jetstack
Testkube had [jetstack/cert-manager](https://github.com/cert-manager/cert-manager) as a dependency that was quite heavy and it took a lot of time to install. It also put some additional pressure on the cluster resources. Now, the certificate acquisition is simplified and Testkube no longer depends on Jetstack. Testkube is lighter in terms of dependencies and on resource usage and it’s faster to deploy to a cluster.
# Tests executions triggering Webhooks
You can define which tests will fire a particular webhook by defining a selector for Webhook CRD.
# CLI Improvements
**`>testkube install`** and **`>testkube uninstall`** is now **`>testkube init`** and
**`>testkube purge`**. Previously, it was a bit confusing to differentiate the commands that install Testkube into your local machine or the ones that deploy the server components to your cluster.
Take a look at our [installation doc](https://kubeshop.github.io/testkube/installing/) for more info.
# Give it a go!
Feel free to have a look at the new Charts and Metrics available and let us know what you think and how we can make it even better! We’ve got a [great demo](https://demo.testkube.io) you can play with and you can download the release from [GitHub](https://github.com/kubeshop/testkube).
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