OVUM Report 2013
sponsored by CA Technologies

The big problem with traditional software testing methodologies is the inability to test as you go; if a bug is found, it's only at the end of the development life-cycle, and means retracing an entire project to locate and then fix the error. But with service virtualization and agile methodologies, development teams are finding ways to test in parallel, virtualizing components of applications and allowing access to every facet of an application's infrastructure so as to zero in on sources of errors.

In this white paper, discover best practices and expert recommendations regarding service virtualization. Learn what service virtualization can do for your software development team in terms of reducing errors and streamlining the QA process without requiring you to retrace your steps at the first sign of error.

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