Difference between Waterfall Testing and V-Model Testing

1. Waterfall Testing :
Waterfall Testing is the type of software testing in which testing is a different phase and there are steps and steps classified and testing is performed only in that order. In this after the completion of the one phase or one level next level testing is carried out.

2. V-Model Testing :
V-Model testing is the type of software testing that takes place once the development process is fully complete or almost complete. In this, processes of development and testing are kept quite separate. It does not contain any iteration approach. It is less reliable as compared to agile testing.



Difference between Waterfall Testing and V-Model Testing :

S.No. Waterfall Testing V-Model Testing
1. It carried out only after the completion of development phase. It takes place after the full completion of development phase.
2. In waterfall testing, development team and testing team work are separate. In v testing, development team and testing team work are separate.
3. In this, testers may or may not be involve in the requirements. In this, testers are involved in the requirements.
4. This testing is continuous in nature. This testing is sequential/parallel in nature.
5. In this, testing is done post development. In this, testing is done in parallel to the development.
6. This is less reliable. This is more reliable as compared.
7. This is used in simple software testing. This is also used in simple software testing.
8. It tests whole software together. It also tests whole software together.

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