Five surefire predictions for enterprise technology in 2017

It’s the end of 2016, and already the web is filled with enterprise technology predictions for the new year. Here are five of our favorite predictions for 2017, and a look at how each one reflects the need for companies to improve their development and testing processes: IoT Interoperability: As InfoWorld recently predicted, “All the major […]

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TOP 5 ON TWITTER FOR NOVEMBER 2016

November, the month of giving thanks, surrounding yourself with family, decorating the house and preparing for end-of-year celebrations. To mark the month, here are the five #ServiceVirtualization-related Twitter posts that made us thankful in November. To contribute to future Top 5 posts, add a comment below with an interesting Twitter post; or start tweeting with […]

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Time for a holiday tradition: Black Friday website crashes

I hate to say I told you so. In a tradition as reliable as Christmas itself, network and server outages have again crippled retail apps and websites on the very day that customers come running with bulging wallets. You’d think companies would be better prepared, seeing as how a lion’s share of their revenue rains down between […]

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Service Virtualization Top 5 on Twitter for October 2016

October, a month of monsters at the front door and goblins in your software. (Wait, aren’t there goblins in the software every month?) Anyhow, there’s nothing tricky about using #ServiceVirtualization. There are only treats. Here are our top 5 Twitter treats for October. To contribute, add a comment below with your most interesting Twitter post; or start […]

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Tech is a battlefield. Is your company outfitted for DevOps?

A rock singer once sang that love is a battlefield. As it turns out, so is IT and the need for companies to speed new technology to market. It’s a battlefield. That’s the metaphor used by Cognitect VP Michael Nygard uses to describe tactics to meld between developers and operations staff in today’s IT shop. […]

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How SV can even help test your app for high humidity

You have test cases for peak customer demand, for negative returns, and for compatibility with every customer platform under the sun. Maybe now you even need a test case for high humidity. That’s right, according to a recent report from the performance monitoring firm Apteligent, apps run about 15% slower in the summer. Why? Because […]

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Shift Left: Why Service Virtualization is necessary for continuous delivery

  Over the years, we’ve written plenty on analyst evaluations (see here and here) attesting to the value delivered by Service Virtualization. They offer great advice and are worth your time to explore. But rarer, and in some ways more compelling, are detailed evaluations by rank-and-file development team leaders. That’s why a new product review posted over […]

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