Service Virtualization - An arm that comes "HANDY"

As the software industry moves from the Monolithic to absolutely componentized Service oriented architecture paradigm, it is not generally uncommon to have integrations almost always and dependencies quite often between several services. With the world being open to using third party already built up services it is a common scenario where world class products integrate with vendor provided services. All these lead to a problem of having interdependencies on these vendors or service providers that may be internal cross geographic teams or external vendors.

 
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Outline/structure of the Session

The session would cover the following:

  • What is Virtualization
  • Need for Virtualization
  • Ways to Virtualize
  • Tools Available
  • Virtualization Methodology
  • Live Demo

Learning Outcome

At the end of the session the audience would have an idea about the 3 'W's and the 'H' of virtualization. They would know the tools that can be used and  how this arm adds value to the entire agile delivery processes.

Target Audience

Testers, Managers, Configuration Management groups

schedule Submitted 1 year ago

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  • Schalk Cronjé
    By Schalk Cronjé  ~  1 year ago
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    Kalpna,

    Can you expand on how virtualisation & testing will relate to each other in your presentation?

    • Kalpna Gulati
      By Kalpna Gulati  ~  1 year ago
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      Hi Schalk,

      Service Virtualization allows the dependencies to be "mocked" in "Real time environment and data". Hence, in case we use Service Virtualization, till the point we reach the integration testing we can have all dependencies virtualized to allow for dev testing, functional testing and workflow testing seamlessly. So even if the dependencies are not developed or under development the dependent components can be tested as if the dependencies exist. 

      This concept will be displayed in the presentation making use of live examples.

      Hope this helps. In case you have more questions please feel free to let me know.

      Thanks and Regards

      Kalpna

      • Schalk Cronjé
        By Schalk Cronjé  ~  1 year ago
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        Thank you Kalpna for clarifying. with a session like this being only 30mins one has to be very concise about content. I would suggest talking breifly about the first three items in your bullet list and rather focus more on the latter items. Even though you marked it as beginner asume that people will have a basic idea what virtualisation is.

        It is also nice to leave the audience with a tidbit (starter) at the end; something that is just enough for them to be excitd enough to go and try it later on and do more reading & playing. You would probably want to allow at least 5mins for the demo.

        • Kalpna Gulati
          By Kalpna Gulati  ~  1 year ago
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          Absolutely Schalk.

           

          The intent is to give a brief idea on virtualization and then how to go about it through the lifecycle and a brief working demo that shows virtualization in action using any one tool.

          Thank You,

          Warm Regards,

          Kalpna

      • Renu Rajani
        By Renu Rajani  ~  1 year ago
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        What “new: is demonstrated is not known.  It is understood that Virtualization is meant for mocking the dependencies..

         

        Regards

        Renu

         

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        Dear Committee Members,

        Your proposal Service Virtualization - An arm that comes "HANDY" has received a new comment from kalpna-gulati

        Hi Schalk,

        Service Virtualization allows the dependencies to be "mocked" in "Real time environment and data". Hence, in case we use Service Virtualization, till the point we reach the integration testing we can have all dependencies virtualized to allow for dev testing, functional testing and workflow testing seamlessly. So even if the dependencies are not developed or under development the dependent components can be tested as if the dependencies exist. 

        This concept will be displayed in the presentation making use of live examples.

        Hope this helps. In case you have more questions please feel free to let me know.

        Thanks and Regards

        Kalpna


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        • Kalpna Gulati
          By Kalpna Gulati  ~  1 year ago
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          This session will mainly concentrate on how this practice of virtualization speeds the time to market for a product and helps the developers and testers in various cycles related to the delivery model of an organization.