Key Capabilities of a Public Sector Service Virtualization Solution
sponsored by CA Technologies

Software QA and testing isn't very helpful if the testing environment doesn't match up with the real-world situations in which the application will be used. Applications tend to perform well in ideal environments -- but rarely are those ideal environments mirrored in day-to-day software usage. This is especially true for government agency applications, operating across enterprises on massive scales. But how can you make your testing environment more realistic?

In this white paper, discover the four essential capabilities of service virtualization (SV), and how SV enables development teams to perform more precise, more realistic, and more requirements-driven testing. Read on to explore how service virtualization enables parallel development, testing across heterogeneous platforms, and more.

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