What Is Service Virtualization?

What if you could have a “flight simulator” for your applications? If it were realistic enough, wouldn’t that bring the same level of efficiency and predictability to software delivery that we see in other industries that employ the science of modeling and simulation?

Service Virtualization (or SV) is the practice of capturing and simulating the behavior, data, and performance characteristics of dependent systems, and deploying a Virtual Service that represents the dependent system without any constraints, thus allowing your software to be developed and delivered faster, with lower costs and higher reliability. ...

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