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It’s crunch time and you’ve only got a few hours to test a new payment feature added to your massively successful retail web site. Any mistake could be catastrophic for the company’s revenues…and your job. You know you need to test this functionality prior to launch and yet you dread having to build a new virtual service to test this feature. If only someone else had previously created a service to test this functionality. If...

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Containers are an increasingly important way for developers to package and deploy applications. Amazon Container Services are highly scalable, easy to use container management and registry services. AWS offers multiple container services, like Amazon ECS, Amazon Elastic Container Services for Kubernetes (Amazon EKS), and AWS Fargate to help you run containers in production. AWS Marketplace, a curated digital catalog, has just announced first batch of trusted container products. Container products are offered in popular categories such...

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Service virtualization is a proven technology that is helping software teams create and deploy software more effectively. Whether you need access to fee-based third party systems or access to incomplete or unavailable services – service virtualization is the way to go. The analysts at voke  (www.vokeinc.com), an independent third-party analyst firm, have been researching and writing about service virtualization from the beginning and are now in the process of conducting more research on the topic....