The following Indeed Engineering blog posts describe Proctor in more detail:
|Engineering blog post
|Proctor: Indeed's A/B Testing Framework
|Provides an overview of Proctor and A/B testing at Indeed. This is the first part in a blog series on Proctor at Indeed.
|How Indeed Uses Proctor for A/B Testing
|Describes in detail how Indeed integrates Proctor into its development process. This is the second part in a blog series on Proctor at Indeed.
|Using Proctor for A/B Testing from a Non-Java Platform
|Announces the open sourcing of proctor-pipet -- a Java web application that exposes Proctor as a simple REST API accessible over HTTP -- which allows you to do A/B testing in applications written in non-JVM languages.
GitHub source for Proctor: https://github.com/indeedeng/proctor
- Consistent tests across multiple applications, services and tools
- Group adjustments without code deploys
- Rule-based group assignment for segmenting users:
- Logged-in users: 50% A, 50% B
- Logged-out users: 25% A, 25% B, 25% C, 25% D
- Human-readable test format
- Overriding test groups during internal testing
Read the Quick Start guide to start running A/B test using Proctor.
Ask and answer questions in our Q&A forum for Proctor: indeedeng-proctor-users