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Top 13 Service Virtualization Resources of 2013

Did you miss any of the top Service Virtualization resources from 2013?

describe the imageIn 2013, Parasoft saw a tremendous level of interest in Service Virtualization across a broad spectrum of industries (including retail, financial, health care, insurance, hospitality, utilities, and entertainment). Here's a list of our 13 most-accessed Service Virtualization resources in 2013.

  1. Service Virtualization: Accelerating the SDLC [RESEARCH] This new Gartner research portfolio provides insight on why SV is a "must-have" for accelerating the SDLC, a first-hand look at SV at Comcast, and recommendations for organizations getting started with SV & SDLC acceleration.

  2. Parasoft Service Virtualization Wins Jolt Award [NEWS] Dr. Dobb's recognizes Parasoft's service virtualization as must-have technology for accelerating testing efforts and eliminating delays in the application delivery lifecycle.

  3. Service Virtualization Maturity Model [PAPER] This maturity model helps IT organizations set realistic expectations for adopting and optimizing service virtualization.

  4. Service Virtualization ROI [PAPER] This paper explores the business drivers behind service virtualization purchase decisions, as well as the opportunities for ROI via OpEx reduction, CapEx reduction, risk reduction, and incremental top-line revenue.

  5. Service Virtualization for Mobile App Testing [PAPER] This paper explains how simulated test environments promote more extensive and accurate validation-and thus more effective optimization- prior to deployment.

  6. How Service Virtualization Helped Comcast Release Thoroughly-Tested Software Faster-at a Lower Total Cost [INTERVIEW] Get a first-hand account of how service virtualization helped Comcast release thoroughly-tested software faster-at a lower total cost.

  7. Service Virtualization for Mainframes [VIDEO] This video gives a brief overview of how Service Virtualization can help companies reduce complexity by emulating mainframe components or interdependent elements and reduce the costs associated with both expensive hardware and management resources.

  8. Parasoft Receives "Testing Trend Setter" Award, Recognized as Market Innovator [NEWS] Info-Tech lauds Parasoft's "strong service virtualization capabilities" and notes how Parasoft's wide array of patents give it "a competitive edge in the marketplace."

  9. Parasoft and "Service Virtualization" Testing: A Good Idea [REVIEW] This service virtualization analysis declares the gains from Parasoft & service virtualization are clear and potentially company-reputation-saving.

  10. Service Virtualization Case Study: Testing Faster, Earlier & More Completely [CASE STUDY] A leading telcom's testing efforts were regularly delayed & cut short due to test environment access constraints. Learn how Parasoft Service Virtualization helped.

  11. Case Study: Service Virtualization in a VMware Environment [CASE STUDY] Learn how Service Virtualization in a VMWare, environment helped reduce test environment provisioning delays from weeks to minutes.

  12. Parasoft Service Virtualization - Create Intelligent Test Environments [REVIEW]This review states that "Parasoft Service Virtualization is a product you need to seriously consider if you are developing applications that you have to test."

  13. Does Service Virtualization's "Shift Left" Burden Developers? [BLOG] Service virtualization undeniably benefits the development process, but it can be both a blessing & a curse for developers. Learn how to minimize the burden on development to achieve maximum acceleration of delivery cycles.

More Stories By Cynthia Dunlop

Cynthia Dunlop, Lead Content Strategist/Writer at Tricentis, writes about software testing and the SDLC—specializing in continuous testing, functional/API testing, DevOps, Agile, and service virtualization. She has written articles for publications including SD Times, Stickyminds, InfoQ, ComputerWorld, IEEE Computer, and Dr. Dobb's Journal. She also co-authored and ghostwritten several books on software development and testing for Wiley and Wiley-IEEE Press. Dunlop holds a BA from UCLA and an MA from Washington State University.

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