Having worked as a consultant in the 1990s and later as a vice president in the industry, Elhence knew the software industry was getting “bogged down” by drawn-out development times, low return on investment and high defect rates, according to Silicon India.Continue
I am so excited to have been part of the first CA Technologies Release Automation team to sponsor and exhibit at ChefConf. It was truly inspiring to see so many passionate people get together to openly share ideas, challenge one another and drive innovation in the software delivery world. Conference leaders Adam Jacob (…Continue
The latest installment of The Week in Software Failure, and the first in several months, includes all of the above and more as examples of where better testing – actual end-to-end testing in off-line environments that mimic the real-world conditions – might have averted serious problems for customers and, potentially, millions in lost revenue and brand value.
Approaches such as service virtualization technology were devised for just such cases, and companies that use it…Continue
We are now in full spring mode, closet-cleaning, garage-rearranging, lawn-mowing and bush-trimming. To help you with time-saving, here is your #ServiceVirtualization Twitter synopsis of the top 5 Service Virtualization players.
If you want to contribute to this list, why don’t you add a comment below with your most interesting twitter post? Or start tweeting with the #ServiceVirtualization hashtag?
#ServiceVirtualization as a key driver in company’s Digital Transformation,…Continue
Question:I have a around 30 different web services sub process using which i need to created 300+ different flows for regression testing. All 300 scenarios are having different flow ( some using 10 services and some 15 and so on .. ) that means i need to create 300 different test.Does anybody have idea if we can drive the flow/test from outside instead of creating a test in Lisa. Like if we can write which sub process to execute by setting flag in excel and it will execute.Continue
The minimum configuration is an instance that houses your library, a desktop to handle the software and a run time server that is used when executing transactions through. Add it up and at a minimum, you’ll need two servers and one desktop. The servers could be virtual instances in a cloud.The leads to the next question: What about the maximum? The answer will depend how much load balancing you will need and how much separation you want between your applications. If you’re talking environments…Continue