Why is continuous testing so important for devops?

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Why is continuous testing so important for DevOps? Periodic testing is not enough?
Feb 16, 2019 in Other DevOps Questions by Laila
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Continuous Testing allows any change made in the code to be tested immediately. This avoids the problems created by having “big-bang” testing left to the end of the cycle such as release delays and quality issues. In this way, Continuous Testing facilitates more frequent and good quality releases.

answered Feb 18, 2019 by Yesha

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