How to modernize your application landscape and improve quality with end-to-end testing
In chess, a gambit is a strategic opening move in which a player risks a pawn or a minor piece to gain an advantage in position.
It’s a similar situation for software testing – sometimes minor risks are taken at the beginning of the development lifecycle to move the process along. When speed is prioritized, risk is often pushed to the sidelines. But with a strategic approach to end-to-end testing, you can reduce risks across your most business-critical workflows, without sacrificing speed.
Read this white paper to learn:
- Why end-to-end testing is more critical and more complex – than ever
- How to address the systems complexity that makes end-to-end testing so difficult
- How to save time, combat test flakiness, and address other common end-to-end testing challenges