Making production-like test environments a reality
Model and simulate real system behavior to eliminate system test dependencies and reduce the setup and infrastructure costs of traditional testing environments.
Rational Test Virtualization Server solution can be used to stub out any systems unsuitable or unavailable for functional, integration and performance testing. Virtualized services can be deployed and replaced without having to reconfigure the original application environment, saving time and avoiding configuration errors that can affect your testing.
Rational Test Workbench delivers comprehensive test automation for mobile, traditional functional/regression testing, integration technologies, and performance and scalability testing to address the full range of needs of the mobile enterprise.
Rational Performance Test Server works with IBM Rational Test Workbench to help simplify the creation of large scale, multi- channel workloads and resolve performance bottlenecks. Whether emulating loads at the integration layer or user scenarios between the application client and servers, Rational Performance Test Server helps you validate application scalability so you can deploy the application into production with confidence.
Through this comprehensive set of capabilities, the IBM continuous testing solution advances your agile software development practices:
Integration Testing and Service Virtualization in a WebSphere Environment
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Service Virtualization For Dummies
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Innovation increasing team agility and reducing testing bottlenecks
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Accelerating Software Development Lifecycle using Service Virtualization
Video of presentation on Service Virtualization. Originally presented at StarWest 2012.