Capabilities of Service Virtualization Technology

When I first heard of Service Virtualization, I immediately thought, “It’s magic; there’s no way it’s going to work that way.” It’s difficult to explain as it really doesn’t seem like the capabilities are truly possible. So I asked my most skeptical group from development to use it. To justify the approach, we had to prove how many people were being pulled off of value-added projects to build testing and training stubs, which are throwaway efforts anyway.

We abstracted over 20 complex services over the course of the first 5 weeks, and now SV allows us to separate development and engineering for ...

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