|Software testing paradigm that focuses on executing automated tests as part of the software delivery pipeline to gain immediate feedback on the risks associated with a software release.
||A method in software testing that makes uses of special software tools to control test execution and compares the test results with the desired/expected results.
|Continuous testing process helps find the key risks, address them in a timely manner, and improve the overall product quality.
||Automated testing process is a set of repetitive tasks that a machine can execute faster, with fewer mistakes.
|Continuous testing relies on test automation to meet the continuous delivery goals.
||Test Automation is possible without integrating continuous testing.
|Releases may be very quickly deployed, as short as weekly or hourly.
||Releases can take longer from months to years
|Execution of tests is run through the testing tools automatically following code integration.
||Developer code is run through testing tools fed with testing scripts that run each test.