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End-to-End Testing: Invert what can‘t be avoided

White Paper Published By: Tricentis
Tricentis
Published:  Jun 22, 2015
Type:  White Paper
Length:  12 pages

As of today, the majority of testing effort still goes into End-to-End (E2E) testing, making up half of the testing budget or more. The test access to the systems is mainly the user-interface (GUI). Manual testing is by far dominant. 

Modern IT landscapes are complex networks of highly interconnected systems with service-oriented architectures, which increases the need for E2E scenario testing. But with so many players involved the provision of a fully functional test environment becomes a huge challenge.

Download this paper now to discover the reason why people love E2E tests.



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end to end testing, testing, test, e2e testing, manual testing, it landscapes, test environment, e2e tests, testing, test and measurement