Answer by Holman | Aug 28, 2014 at 05:10 PM
The IBM Mobile Quality Assurance (MQA) Beta, http://quality4mobile.com, is scheduled to shut down September 15, 2014.
You will no longer be able to log in to the MQA Beta. All data managed by the MQA Beta including apps, app keys, bug reports, crash logs, sessions and statistics will be erased. Apps instrumented for use with the MQA Beta will continue to function, but will no longer connect to or transmit data to MQA.
In place of the beta are IBM’s recently released, fully supported offerings – IBM Mobile Quality Assurance for Bluemix (MQA), a public cloud hosted SaaS complete with a 30 day free trial, and IBM Worklight Quality Assurance (WQA), for private, on-premise use. Read on for some advice on how to switch your apps over to either of the new offerings.
Switching to MQA for Bluemix:
See http://ibm.com/support/knowledgecenter/SSJML5/welcome for more information about IBM Mobile Quality Assurance for Bluemix.
Switching to on premise WQA:
See http://ibm.com/support/knowledgecenter/SSFRDS/welcome for more information about IBM Worklight Quality Assurance.
Answer by TinaZhuo | Jun 10, 2014 at 06:18 AM
IBM Mobile Quality Assurance open beta is ending soon. You will not be able to create new apps after July 1, 2014. However, you will be able to read bug reports and crashes, and perform sentiment analysis of existing apps until Sept 1, 2014. To continue your access of the open beta, please go directly to https://www.quality4mobile.com.
We would like you to sign up with IBM Bluemix at the end of June, and start using the MQA service from Bluemix. It has integrated user experience and community support in Bluemix, and enhanced features. You will need to register apps with Mobile Quality Assurance in IBM Bluemix and instrument apps with new SDKs and keys.
For IBMers, please go here to learn more about how to access MQA in Bluemix production environment.
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