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Still sitting on the fence? Here are answers to some of the most commonly asked questions
At its core, Pact is a managed version of the Open Source Pact Broker, with added features for teams and enterprises looking to scale their contract testing.
Pactflow allows teams to increase their application quality and time-to-market by speeding up the release cycle for large-scale integrated systems. Whether you build microservices, messaging systems or cloud native (e.g. lambdas) systems, Developers and Testers can write simple, isolated unit tests for each integration in their application and generate API contracts that are guaranteed to be up-to-date with their code, ensuring all dependencies are always compatible.
This unit test approach is simpler, faster and more reliable than traditional end-to-end acceptance tests for a variety of use cases, and can be integrated easily into a holistic testing strategy.
Yes, we a fully backwards compatible with the Open Source Pact Broker. We contribute regularly to the Open Source roadmap, and generally release multiple updates a week to our customers.
If you need help migrating from a self-hosted broker, please contact us at email@example.com
If you need to migrate data, just drop us a note at firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll take it from there.
No. All credit card activity and information is handled by our third-party provider, Stripe. See Stripe’s Terms and Services.
We take security seriously. In addition to 3rd party penetration testing, we perform regular security scanning of our platform, encrypt all data at rest and use TLS for all remote communication. Each customer is further isolated via separate database instances.
Yes, you can manage your own Pact Broker, however you will be responsible for its operation, including security, maintenance and upgrades. Pactflow is a fully-managed, highly-available, and hardened deployment of the open source version with an improved user experience.