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CA Service Virtualization

(formerly CA LISA® Service Virtualization)

Today’s shift toward composite application deployment and development techniques, including SOA, BPM, Cloud and SaaS applications, along with the popularity of agile development techniques, has had the unintended consequence of increasing application environment costs and risks due to increasing complexity and frequent unavailability of needed systems. CA Service Virtualization offers a revolutionary new approach to these problems through a single, unified platform for Service Virtualization. Service Virtualization eliminates constraints across the software development lifecycle (SDLC), allowing developers, testers and performance teams to work in parallel for faster delivery and more reliable outcomes, all the way through deployment and feedback from IT Operations.

CA Service Virtualization works with your existing development and testing frameworks and software integration tools of choice. Now you can:

  • Shorten overall software release cycle times amidst change and complexity
  • Realize agile parallel development without constraints
  • Increase productivity with less manual lab configuration and test data management
  • Drastically reduce software environment infrastructure costs
  • “Shift quality left” for higher performance and less risk

Features

  • Remove constraints throughout the SDLC by modeling and simulating unavailable or dependent systems.
  • Enable parallel development and testing to reduce cycle times, detect defects early and increase IT productivity.
  • Reduce demand for lab infrastructure and software to avoid costs and reduce configuration effort.
  • Create live-like development environments to improve application quality.
  • Leverage existing application development and integration platforms to protect IT investments.
  • Accelerate time to market by enabling parallel software development, testing and validation.
  • Improve application quality by testing earlier in the SDLC where it is less expensive and disruptive to solve application defects.
  • Reduce costs by eliminating much of the concurrent demand for development environments and pay per use service charges.

Benefits

  • Accelerate time-to-market by enabling parallel software development, testing and validation.
  • Improve application quality by testing earlier in the SDLC where it is less expensive and disruptive to solve application defects.
  • Reduce costs by eliminating much of the concurrent demand for development environments and pay-per-use service charges.
  • Assure performance readiness by properly evaluating the scalability of applications with load testing at the component level and incorporating production network conditions in the test lab.
  • Reduce costs and complexities of test data and scenario management by virtualizing the system behavior to account for edge conditions, negative test scenarios and error conditions.

Videos

15 Jun 2012
CA Video Channel