DevOps empowers smooth collaboration and communication between development and operations teams in today’s competitive software development environments.
In DevOps, the two teams work together, sharing responsibilities towards achieving their primary goal: frequent and faster delivery of high-quality software that satisfies evolving customer needs. DevOps practices, along with relevant tools and technologies, drive organizations to accomplish tasks as efficiently as possible.
Some DevOps practices like Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery (CI/CD) support frequent software releases. That means that testing plays an integral part in helping to maintain software quality at each step of the development lifecycle.
(This article is part of our DevOps Guide. Use the right-hand menu to go deeper into individual practices and concepts.)
How traditional testing worked
Software testing is not a new concept. But testing in traditional environment looks very different from…