Organizations rely heavily on their technology infrastructure to enable business growth. Software testing management is critical to ensuring that applications used by the workforce perform as intended and won’t break down when employees are in the middle of crucial...
What Is Continuous Testing?
Conventional software testing has often meant the separate, manual, “end-to-end” exercise human specialists perform toward the end of a development cycle, largely after developers finish all or most of their work. Continuous testing (CT) is a contrast in nearly every aspect. Generally, CT is automated, happens as a result of programmer actions, occurs througout the development cycle, and returns results to programming staff through a dedicated and automated channel.
Learn how continuous testing fits into a CI/CD pipeline and how to make it work for you.
- Definition and examples of continuous testing
- Introduction to the “shift left” and “shift right” approaches
- Key phases in CI/CD and continuous testing
- Benefits of continuous testing
- Strategies to succeed with continuous testing