Getting Started with Service Virtualization
Service virtualization has become a must-have tool for anyone testing complex web applications. It gives developers and testers access to a complete test environment by simulating the dependent components that are beyond their control, still evolving, or too complex to configure in a test lab. Being able to cut dependencies lets you test earlier, more easily and for less money.
- We’ll explore what the boundaries of service virtualization are – what you can virtualize and what you cannot, what’s the best way to approach the problem, and who should be involved. We’ll even look at the many free solutions, from open-source to community editions.
- We’ll explore what the basic needs are, what you can’t do with free, how to craft a successful deployment strategy that will last, and how to scale your work from just a few people on a single team to a full enterprise.