For sure it does NOT save cost upfront at least..

Implementing a DevOps culture and integrating Continuous testing in that will take some effort

A cultural shift will be needed and breaking down of dev / QA silos

Now to the benefits, most importantly provides quick feedback

Coding a feature incorrectly and then fixing it afterwards takes considerable effort

A lot of communication back and forth not to mention time spent regressing around changes

And some times issues are not found until the 11th hour, which is another Pandora’s box

For me the greatest benefit of continuous testing is preventing as many issues from being pushed in the first place

I created an illustration showing this phenomenon of continuous testing avoiding the pile up of issues over time

The article and video can be accessed here:

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The Magic of Continuous Testing