Can Service Virtualization boost Agile testing strategy?

Can Service Virtualization boost Agile testing strategy?

Bot, an artificial intelligence (AI) powered chat program, is changing the face of technology-human interface. They are being declared as new applications for the future. Interestingly, non-profit organizations with substantial resources and technology support are trying to explore ways to use chatbot technology for the larger good. Can Agile test strategy with effective implementation of Service Virtualization (SV) bring relevance and add value for such path-breaking projects?
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How Service Virtualization can help you realize your Quality Engineering Transformation Journey?

service virtualization for quality engineering transformation

2016 has been a year of experimentation and actual implementation coupled with hands-on consumer experience of innovations in technology. It’s been a year where we are experiencing the connected world, all thanks to the devices that we have been using, and particularly digital transformation.

Various technology powerhouses have been monopolizing over diverse aspects of technology. Microsoft remains the ultimate choice for software and to build an all-inclusive computer system, Apple continues to master the high-end portable computers/devices domain, and then the unbeatable Android Operating System that has almost taken over the smartphone market with its popularity and pricing.
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Manage Your Test Environment Better Using Service Virtualization

Challenges in Test Environment Management

 

Software solutions and applications cannot be developed in silos without considering the possible consumer / user environment. In the current consumer scenario, it is inevitable to consider all types of scenarios that might arise and pose a challenge for the software/application to execute and operate effectively. It is imperative to break down the silos to build a cohesive and an all-inclusive environment for development. By offering an emulated environment, Service Virtualization (SV) makes this possible for the overall development process.
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Service Virtualization – Need for Specialist QA Vendors

Service Virtualization – Need for Specialist QA Vendors

The Need for Service Virtualization

Agile and DevOps software methodologies are preferred by today’s enterprises as they need agility for their product development with shorter release cycles. There are multiple interdependent components in the process of the software development. Components like testing code and system integration can prove impossible if the test environment lacks some crucial dependencies which are a must for the processes to continue. This is where the process of Service Virtualization (SV) comes in place as it facilitates easy access to required components that actually impede the process of development and testing. SV provides an emulated test environment wherein rapid access to all dependent factors is made available. It emulates the software components that actually block the smooth functioning of the developers and quality analyst teams. Moreover, by emulating the behavior of essential components, SV allows complex applications to undergo integration testing much earlier in the software development life cycle for quality product release.
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