This has become a very common question as I travel the globe meeting with people to discuss the virtue of Service Virtualization. During my recent tour of Brazil I was asked this question in every…Continue
No. You do not need a live system. I’ve seen a number of companies build out a brand new system and build the virtual service from the design spec. That way, you know up front what the specification…Continue
Think of a virtual service as a piece of code or a code artifact. They have to be versioned just like any other piece of code. Some organizations are doing four, five or even six concurrent releases…Continue
The general consensus is that even when you create an accurate representation of a production environment that is consistently scaled across all tiers of the application, you will still receive better performance metrics and a higher degree of confidence in the anticipated application behaviors by utilizing service virtualization.
There are just too any constraints that must all align perfectly to do sunny day performance testing. And even with this alignment, you will still have the…Continue