Delivering Applications with Confidence: Using Continuous Integrated Testing
sponsored by Compuware Corporation

IT is challenged to find new ways to help developers eliminate defects early and decrease the amount of time spent finding errors and fixing bugs. Similarly, test organizations need the right tools to align their efforts with development while focusing on functional, performance and integration testing of the entire application.

Learn about an alternative to the traditional unit and functional testing approach -- continuous integrated testing (CIT). CIT is a new approach for cost-effectively increasing both the number of testing cycles and the resulting application quality while decreasing problem resolution time and cost. CIT enables IT organizations to become more responsive to business needs while meeting ever-tighter development schedules. This paper outlines how CIT allows development and QA to work together, enabling more efficient production of quality applications.
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