Service Virtualization: build your own stub on the TAD

I am glad to announce that Maarten Metselaar and I will collaborate in an interactive workshop on the test automation day. Our session will deal with Service Virtualization.

An important subject since organisations are speeding up, striving for CI more and more. Fast delivery is cool, but it implies automated functional tests that can be run without dependencies on adjacent systems. You cannot test effectively when other systems in the chain are not available, not yet updated or expensive to use. Service virtualization enables to stub these systems in an effective manner and boosts the flexibility of your test execution. In this interactive session we’ll explain the principles and you’ll build your own stub, it’s easily done.

The test automation day will be held in Rotterdam on 23 June, our session starts at 15:50 h. We hope to see you there… You can get detailed info by downloading the conference flyer or on the website.

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One Response to Service Virtualization: build your own stub on the TAD

  1. Egbert Bouman says:

    Leuk!

    Groet, Egbert

    Op 16 mei 2016 om 11:54 heeft Derk-Jan de Grood <comment-reply@wordpress.com> het volgende geschreven:

    derkjandegrood posted: “I am glad to announce that Maarten Metselaar and I will collaborate in an interactive workshop on the test automation day. Our session will deal with Service Virtualization. An important subject since organisations are speeding up, striving for CI more a”

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