The Best (not so well known) Use Cases for CA Service Virtualization

Presented by

Jason Schadewald (Presales, Continuous Delivery & Service Virtualization); Alan Baptista (Principal PMM, SV)

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Wondering where to start with Service Virtualization? Or what other creative ways companies are adopting Service Virtualization? Are you trying to extend your current use of Service Virtualization? This session will cover the common and some not so common use cases of CA Service Virtualization. This will be a session with subject matter experts who will present on how some of CA customers have adopted and extended their use of their instances of CA Service Virtualization. Come to learn, but also to ask our speakers on how best to adopt your SV solution within your organization.

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