At the CA World conference this year, software development managers elaborated on their experience putting Service Virtualization into practice. Their experiences included dramatically boosting development productivity and software quality in a variety of industries including telecommunications, banking, finance, and retail.
Here is a synopsis of the key Service Virtualization sessions at CA World 2017, with links to the video recap if you want listen to them. Most are 30 minutes in length.
Case Study: Your Stubs and Mocks are Slowing You Down: How CA Service Virtualization Helped Speed Up FIS Mobile Development
Will Jelliffe, Director of Client Services Engineering, FIS Mobile described their journey around replacing a manually intensive mocking framework and automating it with Service Virtualization.
FIS Mobile provides back end software development for 1,500 leading banks and financial institutions. Service virtualization enabled them to test applications without having to wait for new banking service to become available and dramatically reduced the amount of time developers spent mocking service interfaces.
To find out how FIS dramatically improved their SDLC listen to the full talk: Case Study: Your Stubs and Mocks are Slowing You Down: How CA Service Virtualization Helped Speed Up FIS Mobile Development
Case Study: Windstream’s Session on Corporate Challenges in Gaining Traction for Service Virtualization
Venkat Narayanswamy, Director of Solution Architecture and Dirk Fox, Director IT OSS Support at Windstream discussed some of the organizational challenges of building enthusiasm for Service Virtualization across the company.
A critical part of getting the most from Service Virtualization lies in getting buy-in from across the enterprise. Narayanswamy said, “Without adoption, you cannot get the tractions you need and be successful at making this part of the application portfolio.”