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SAP SERVICE VIRTUALIZATION

Service Virtualization for SAP

Tricentis Service Virtualization helps you stabilize access to dependent systems so that tests can execute completely, reliably, and continuously.

Orchestrated Service Virtualization

Why Service Virtuailzation?

As SAP ecosystems continue to grow more diverse and distributed, it’s becoming increasingly difficult to get all of the dependent systems (APIs, third-party applications, mainframes, etc.) available with the appropriate configuration, functionality and test data—all at the same time, every time the automated test suite executes.

Tricentis Service Virtualization helps you stabilize access to dependent systems so that tests can execute completely, reliably, and continuously. Tricentis Tosca simulates the dependent component behavior that’s required to execute your tests. We record the messages exchanged between the AUT and its constrained dependencies—automatically learning the expected interactions by listening in on their “conversations.” Object-oriented modeling of messages eliminates the “maintenance trap” of conventional approaches.

Additionally, you can use Tricentis technologies to enhance and optimize your API tests. Risk-based testing helps you focus on the tests that matter most, and test data management lets you rapidly populate these tests with the exact data you need to achieve maximum risk coverage.

Test Driven Service Virtualization

Tricentis provides “test-driven service virtualization”: a new approach to service virtualization that places the tester at the center of service virtualization asset creation and management. Test-driven service virtualization focuses on helping you rapidly simulate the exact behavior you need for a test.

Tricentis Tosca’s test-driven service virtualization makes it simple for testers to create and manage service virtualization scenarios. You can leverage the same business view developed during API testing to create and manage service virtualization scenarios. This allows service virtualization scenarios to be maintained by the broader team

Supported Technologies

Definition Languages
  • WSDL
  • XSD
  • WADL
  • JSON Schema
  • Swagger
  • RAML
  • Odata
  • CopyBooks (12.1)
Transport Protocols
  • HTTP(s)
  • JMS and Queues
  • Rabbit MQ
  • Active MQ
  • TIBCO EMS
  • AMQP (Advanced Message Queuing Protocol)
  • IBM MQ
  • Oracle Weblogic
  • RFC
  • OData
  • MLLP
  • MS MQ (12.1)
  • KAFKA Message Queues (12.1)
Message Formats
  • XML
  • JSON
  • Text
  • URL-Encoded
  • Form-Data
  • IDoc
  • Binary Content
  • Multipart Attachments
  • MTOM Attachments
  • HL7
  • COBOL (12.1)
Standards
  • SOAP
  • REST
  • ISO 20022
  • FIXML
  • SWIFT
  • SEPA
  • Fixed Length
  • CICS (12.1)