Sakuli combines web and UI testing and thus also acts outside of HTML and the Document Object Model (DOM). The test framework simulates user actions on graphic and web-based interfaces, validates the content and execution time and transmits the results to continuous integration environments such as Jenkins. In addition, the results of Sakuli tests can be forwarded to monitoring systems such as Nagios, Icinga2 or check_mk (end-to-end monitoring).


Sakuli does indeed give us the ability to judge whether the applications we support are working and how performant they are. Nearly every anomaly is automatically reported to us before the first user calls us about it.

Daniel Klüh,
Head of the Service Management Department, Continentale Krankenversicherung a.G.



Finding Sakuli gave us a comprehensive tool that we can use to monitor the functionality and availability of our applications. It's an innovation in this area. Up to this point, we haven't seen anything that showed comparable advantages in the areas of web and GUI.

Markus Wenzel,
Head of IT Infrastructure by pbb Deutsche Pfandbriefbank



Consulting expertise

ConSol's experts support you with their knowledge and relevant best practices when getting into E2E testing. Individualized workshops give you the tools you need to integrate the flexible and scalable tests into your quality assurance strategy in a targeted manner—whether integrated into your CI system or as a continuous test for functional end-to-end monitoring. This ensures that future users will continue to enjoy running your applications.


Sakuli tests run anywhere: locally on Windows, Linux, Mac OS—or alternatively in a container (Kubernetes and OpenShift).


Sakuli combines DOM-based tests of web content with UI tests, which localize and reconcile image patterns.


Whether web pages, browser plugins, Java applets, Remote Desktops, Citrix or SAP rich clients – Sakuli simulates actions in any desired programs and interfaces.


Sakuli takes on the role of the end user: The tool uses real-world browsers for testing in real-world desktop environments. This means no surprises.

Excellent working in teams

You can integrate the test results from Sakuli into CI environments (Jenkins) and monitoring systems (Nagios etc.).


Challenged by scaling Sakuli tests into the cloud? We make it easy. Use our ready-to-use docker images in container platforms such as Kubernetes and OpenShift.


Citrus understands your test definition in both JavaScript and Java.


Thanks to easily adaptable modules, you can easily integrate Sakuli into your testing or monitoring system landscape.

Open source

Manufacturer-independent and transparent: Benefit from the experience and extensions of the open source community.

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