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Left Shift Performance Testing

Left Shift Performance Testing:


Left Shift Performance Testing is a testing approach that aims to identify and resolve performance bottlenecks early in the software development lifecycle, ideally during the unit testing or integration testing phase. This proactive approach helps to prevent performance issues from propagating to later stages of testing or even to production.

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Tools for Left Shift Performance Testing:

These tools can assist in conducting Left Shift Performance Testing by enabling developers and QA engineers to design and execute performance tests as part of unit and integration testing, helping to identify and fix performance issues early in the software development lifecycle.

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What’s next?

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