While manual software testing is vital to the development process, it presents some limitations, including poor scalability, long time-to-execute, and the intensive requirement for human resources. Meanwhile, the advantages of test automation have been well demonstrated in the past 20 years. Yet, it is not a silver bullet either: Building test automation solutions that are both operational and cost effective remain a challenge for many organizations.
This paper reviews key considerations for balancing manual testing and test automation, including:
- Why many organizations still rely heavily on manual testing
- The importance of automation as part of a long-term strategy
- How to introduce some level of automation while optimizing the benefits of manual testing
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