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MongoDB Talks about building the Backend for the IoT

Posted by George Lawton on September 15, 2014 at 8:00am 0 Comments

One of the biggest challenges for building applications for the Internet of Things lies in creating the database infrastructure behind it. Gathering the data from a variety of disparate sources, processing it, and then making it available for new applications will require new architectures and testing approaches such as Service Virtualization to ensure the different components mesh smoothly.

The MongoDB has been growing substantially for developing the backend for these types of applications. We caught up with Kelly Stirman, director of products for MongoDB, who explained how MongoDB is enabling the agile development of new IoT applications. 

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Friday Funnies: How's Your TQM?

Posted by Mike Drago on September 12, 2014 at 7:30am 0 Comments

Have a great weekend!

How Service Virtualization Helps 'Componentize' Code

Posted by Jeff Bounds on September 10, 2014 at 8:30am 0 Comments

A big trend in software development in recent years has been so-called “componentization,” or breaking the code into interchangeable pieces. Just as computer hardware is built out of components that are connected, so too are developers who work to assemble software out of reusable parts, according to the web glossary Loosely Coupled.

It’s easy to see the benefits of building software out of reusable pieces. Presumably, an organization that does this can get its software to market faster with better quality, all while cutting costs and allowing the business to respond better to the market.

Alas, as with anything,…

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How to Avoid Becoming Agile-in-Name-Only

Posted by George Lawton on September 9, 2014 at 8:30am 0 Comments

While talk about DevOps and Agile is all the rage these days, organizations need to address the culture required to ensure success. Sometimes, it can be useful to bring in a third party – a someone with no dog in the hunt, so to speak – to help guide the team to new understandings of development constraints and how to overcome them through iterative approaches and more frequent, better testing.

We caught up with one such guy, Agile coach Chris Gagné, who explains what’s involved in creating a new culture. As Gagné explains, without a full cultural transition – and even a spiritual transition of sorts – companies are doomed to revert back to old Waterfall-style approaches. Such companies are…

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Functional Analyst - CA LISA Specialist

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Please note customer will accept only US Citizens/ Green Card Holder. Candidates must be authorized to work in the United States Job Title: Functional Analyst - CA LISA Specialist Location: Miramar, FL *customer will accept candidate open to relocate or travel to the region* Employment Type: Full time permanent   Qualifications:     ·          CA LISA Specialist     ·          Assess all business applications within scope of the project     ·          Categorize application interface patterns…Continue

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How to invoke Deployed JDBC Service

Started by Nandeesha in Ask Burt. Last reply by Nandeesha Sep 1. 2 Replies

Hi,I have recorded JDBC traffic successfully and deployed, but i am not able to invoke, please guide me how to invoke the service.once deployed i got the url in the service console lisasim://localhost:299[?/?]I appreciate your help regarding the same.Continue

Service Virtualization - prioritizing the applications/ systems

Started by Arun in Ask Burt. Last reply by Burt Klein Aug 28. 11 Replies

Hi Can anyone share scoring sheet that can be used in prioritizing the applications/ systems for service virtualization. Thanks,AKContinue

Reporting not working

Started by Mallikarjun Melagiri in Ask Burt. Last reply by Mallikarjun Melagiri Aug 26. 2 Replies

I executed a test suite on server (by right-clicking on the suite in my workstation). After that, I went to LISA Server Console and reporting tab. I set the time frame filter within which I executed the test suite. But I’m not seeing the results. What am I missing?FYI: My registry, simulator and coordinator services are up and running perfectly on my LISA Server machine.Continue

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