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Removing barriers of delivering composite applications
Forward-thinking businesses are moving to composite applications to increase agility through parallel development. But that agility may not be achieved if there are dependencies or services that aren't available when it comes time for development and testing.
Fortunately, service virtualization allows developers and testers access to limited or unavailable services in a simulated (or virtual) environment, which eliminates additional costs and bottlenecks.
View this white paper to learn more about the case for service virtualization, challenges of developing composite applications, the benefits of service virtualization, and more.