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Waterfall methodology VS DevOps Testing.

We have always heard DevOps implementation improves collaboration and efficiency in a team.

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During application testing, the traditional waterfall methodology often takes longer to test. The testing only starts when the software is developed completely. When an error is found in the software, it is a time-consuming and costly process. Under these circumstances, it wasn't easy to maintain and meet the completion timeline.

On the other hand, DevOps utilized continuous and automated processes at every stage of development. Testing is no longer the responsibility of one particular team, and shared testing responsibilities allow everyone to understand the impact of each change. This method uses time effectively, resolves bugs during the process, meets project timelines, and delivers quality services.


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