Key Capabilities of a Service Virtualization Solution
sponsored by CA Technologies

Most, if not all, large IT teams struggle with system constraints that delay development projects and affect software quality. To remedy these challenges, some teams attempt to create a copy of the testing environment, or "mock up" systems by coding their own test versions - if it sounds time-consuming and costly, that's because it is.

Read this white paper to learn how service virtualization, by simulating various required components for testing environments, can help your development team push forward development and achieve faster, less risky release processes. Discover the direct benefits you could realize by implementing service virtualization, such as:

  • More effective regression/system testing
  • Increased stability for test automation
  • Better realism and quality of performance
  • And more!
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