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Test orchestration is the arrangement of automated tests into a consecutive sequence for execution. It’s a method that focuses on strategically choosing specific tests (performance, functional, unit, etc.) and deciding on the order of executing tests. Software development teams that adopt test orchestration can streamline the testing process, improve transparency at each testing stage, release faster, and ultimately create a higher quality product.
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Software developers and testers have more choices than ever when it comes to the test automation frameworks they can use. Since the creation of Selenium, automated frameworks have proliferated the marketplace, offering software development organizations a range of features and capabilities. With testing tools and knowledge shifting left to earlier phases in the software development lifecycle (SDLC), teams may find that developers prefer to use specific test automation frameworks. This means that software organizations may need to accommodate several different automation frameworks in their CI/CD pipeline.