For over two decades now, software testing tool vendors have been tempting enterprises with the promise of test automation. However, the fact of the matter is that most companies have never been able to achieve the desired business results from their automation initiatives.
Service virtualization has been around for over 10 years now. However, many service virtualization initiatives haven’t (yet) yielded the expected reduction in time to market, testing resources, or the need to provision and manage test environments. This is because most service virtualization approaches are too complex for testers, too little, and too late.
Read this paper to learn why and how to take a “test-driven” approach to service virtualization:6 factors contributing to these dismal automation results