Too Long; Didn't Read
Traditional testing is a fundamental part of the waterfall approach to software development. Parallel testing is the process where users run multiple automated tests. With parallel testing, you can anticipate what resources you will need with more accuracy, allowing you to properly size your environments and release them once all tests have been completed. This article discusses traditional and parallel testing methodologies, compares their main differences, and offers best practice tips to improve your modern automation-testing pipelines. It also discusses how parallel testing can accelerate releases, translating into better software and more profits.