Does it feel like a black hole is sucking your life away, one delay at a time? See how you can create virtual services, and simulate and test real service behavior to reduce wait time in this infographic.
Easily create realistic simulations of service behavior so you can stay on schedule even when dependent application components or systems aren’t available. Read how service virtualization lets you focus on service quality and not on service constraints.
Easily create simulations of application behavior. With application virtualization solutions you can keep to your development and testing schedule even when you can’t develop or test the real versions of applications, dependent systems, and services.
Model the functional network and performance behavior of your virtual services by using step-by-step wizards. No need for expert developers or coding to create virtual versions of services that behave just as they would in production.
Support for Multiple Technologies
Virtualize what matters: Create simulations incorporating a wide array of message formats, transport types, and even ERP application protocols to test everything from the latest web service to a legacy system.
Modify data, network, and performance models easily. You don’t need to reprogram to accommodate changes in test conditions and performance needs.
Web-Based Management Interface
Manage from anywhere with support for user roles, profiles, and access control lists. Publish virtual versions of real application components and services on a shareable platform for use across teams.
Easily create realistic simulations of service behavior so you can stay on schedule even when dependent application components or systems aren’t available. Read how simulation software lets you focus on service quality and not on service constraints.
Take it out for a spin. This free data simulation software allows you to create multiple virtual services, incorporate performance and network models, for more realistic application simulation and testing.
GameStop wanted to shift left in testing and achieve continuous delivery. Service virtualization simulation software helped GameStop stay agile, save about 50% in development and testing time, while increased collaboration between developers, QA and Ops teams. GameStop can now create virtual services in minutes.