Why Service Virtualization?
Enterprises run on average 900 applications — all integrated in complex ways. In order to ensure their digital initiatives are delivered flawlessly and on time, enterprises need reliable testing across their entire digital landscape. Unfortunately, 84% of testers are routinely delayed by test environment access. Pieces of their systems are unavailable, unstable, not in their control, or lack the correct test data.
Ensure your tests run continuously with Tosca’s SV
Benefits of Service Virtualization
Create, maintain, and run in minutes
Our easy-to-use, codeless solution enables users with limited expertise to quickly create reliable virtualized environments for more than 100 technologies and protocols.
Reuse API tests as Service Virtualization scenarios
With Tosca, you can take the API tests you’ve already created and automatically convert them into virtual services.
Effortless message verification and analysis
Complex business processes often involve thousands, if not millions, of messages. Manually checking these messages is simply not feasible. Tosca eliminates manual message validation by automatically flagging messages that are improperly formed or sent in the incorrect order.
Record messages to adapt to system behavior
Virtual service creation is a one-time cost but virtual service maintenance is ongoing. With Tosca’s model-based approach you can re-record service behavior at any time and use those recordings to update the service model. These changes will be automatically applied to any other services leveraging that model, reducing the total time to address change.
Combine the power of test data and simulation
Service virtualization and test data go hand in hand. Quite often issues that make it difficult to test your applications are a combination of missing services and/or their data. SV and Test Data Service (TDS) have a tight integration that allows you to model the data that you require for your test cases and then use service virtualization as a vehicle to deliver it. With this, you can create more flexible data sets for your virtual services and automatically update those services in a central location for greater ownership and easier control.
Re-use and share virtualized environments
Create libraries of virtualized environments that you can easily re-use, deploy, and update for testing different business scenarios.
Simulate virtually any protocol or technology
- JSON Schema
- OData Definition
- Rabbit MQ
- Active MQ
- TIBCO EMS
- AMQP (Advanced Message Queuing Protocol)
- IBM MO
- MS MQ
- Window File System Folders
- URL-Encoded Params
- IDOC / IDOC XML
- Binary Content
- Multipart Attachments
- MTOM Attachments
- ISO 20022
- Fixed Length
ESBs & Gateways
- CICS Mainframe Gateways