Don't Get Tricked: Use Service Virtualization to Fill Your Testing Gaps

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Christopher Reites and Rick Bansal, CA Technologies

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Testing when systems or components are unavailable can be spooky. How do you execute quality tests when the component you need to test against has not yet materialized? Don’t let missing components or other dependencies scare you away from testing early and often. Use service virtualization to emulate the behavior of specific software components that your application needs to test against. Accelerate test efforts, improve application quality, and reduce costs and risks—so that testing is a treat, not a trick. Join this web seminar to learn: - What service virtualization is - What service virtualization can be used to simulate - How service virtualization can help with continuous testing and enable parallel development

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