Service Virtualization Maturity Model
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Service virtualization is a key method for software development and testing/QA teams to access components of a service-oriented architecture (SOA) or other complex, interdependent system that need to be isolated for development or testing and would otherwise be unavailable or difficult-to-access.

Is your organization ready or able to leverage service virtualization to:

  • Significantly reduce the CapEx and OpEx of managing development and test environments
  • Accelerate agile and parallel development by removing process bottlenecks
  • And reduce application risks by enabling earlier, more comprehensive testing?

Check out this service virtualization maturity model to get a realistic perspective on your organization’s ability to apply this helpful tool. Examine it to find out if you’re in the ad-hoc, reactive, proactive, managed or optimized stage of maturity for each of five essential categories.

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