Continuous Testing provides a real-time, objective assessment of the business risks associated with an application under development. Applied uniformly, Continuous Testing allows both business and technical managers to make better trade-off decisions between release scope, time, and quality.
Generally speaking, Continuous Testing is NOT simply more test automation. Rather, it is the reassessment of software quality practices—driven by an organization’s cost of quality and balanced for speed and agility. Ultimately, Continuous Testing can provide a quantitative assessment of risk and produce actionable tasks that will help mitigate these risks before progressing to the next stage of the SDLC.
Learn how Continuous Testing can help your organization answer the following questions at the time of the critical “go / no-go” decision for a software release candidate:
* Are we done testing?
* Does the release candidate achieve expected quality standards?
* What are the quantifiable risks associated with the release candidate?
* How confident are we that we won’t end up in the news for software failures?