Business and ROI Drivers of Service Virtualization
sponsored by Parasoft Corporation

Software is becoming increasingly difficult to test, as more and more dependent systems are added to IT environments. As a result, developers and testers are dealing with:

  • Inaccessible 3rd party systems and services
  • Missing or unstable components
  • Scheduling constraints

To get around these obstacles, savvy companies turn to service virtualization to simulate complex components. But how exactly does it work? What benefits can you expect from service virtualization?

Access this resource to find the answers to those questions, and explore the various business drivers of service virtualization.

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