The cloud. Mobility. Social media. Connected devices. Collaborative computing. All the latest technology trends and advancements share two attributes: They’re great for users, creating new capabilities and conveniences and efficiencies. And they can be difficult for development and testing teams, imposing new challenges, complexities, and obstacles.
How can companies deliver new applications on time and on budget when there are multiple interdependent components from multiple sources, when those components are not always available for testing, and when teams and toolsets are distributed across multiple locations?
Service virtualization offers a solution. Service virtualization tools simulate software components so end-to-end testing can proceed even when dependent components are not available. That means teams can perform integration tests sooner and more often, accelerating the delivery of high-quality, thoroughly tested applications.
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