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  • Last Updated : 01 Feb, 2022

Agile Testing: 
Agile testing is a type of software testing that is performed alongside the software development. It is the part of Agile Software Development in which the development and the testing process goes side by side. When in software development life cycle development and the testing goes parallel way then it is known as agile development process. 

Scrum Testing: 
Scrum testing is a type of software testing that is the part of agile testing. It is basically a framework used in agile software development process. Scrum testing is used to design the complicated software. It also checks the quality, performance and the usability of the software. 

Difference between Agile and Scrum Testing: 
 

Agile TestingScrum Testing
It is a testing used in agile software development method.This type testing is a part of agile testing.
Product owner is important.Team is important.
Design and implementation is simple.Design and implementation is complicated.
In this testing communication is face to face within a team. In Scrum testing, communication is done on a daily and weekly basis.
In Agile testing developers and business must work together throughout the project. Scrum testing begins with the product vision. 
Project leader takes maximum responsibilities.Responsibilities are divided into teammates.

In Agile testing planning occurs at three levels:

  • Release Planning
  • Iteration Planning
  • Daily Planning
In Scrum testing, Iteration Planning is referred to as Sprint in the scrum.
Updation is done on regular basis.Updation is done in cycle.
Working software is the most essential measure of progress.Working software is the not essential measure of progress.
It needs frequent delivery to the end user for feedback.After each sprint feedback is taken from clients.
Used in highly important project.Used where the requirement is rapidly changing.

 

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