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New solution increases testing speed and agility while offering the opportunity to significantly expand test coverage and traceability with Service Virtualization
Monrovia, CA – To help organizations achieve quality at agile speeds, Parasoft is introducing the industry’s most complete integration test platform. This new platform, which combines Service Virtualization, test environment management, and API testing, will be previewed October 15-16, 2014 at STARWEST in Anaheim, CA (booth #40).
Parasoft’s enterprise-grade solution for end-to-end testing through APIs, message brokers, mainframes, ERPs, and other endpoints has been leading the industry since its introduction in 2002. Now, through integration with Parasoft’s award-winning Service Virtualization and test environment management functionality, organizations validating business-critical transactions across today’s complex and highly-interdependent systems can dramatically increase testing speed, accuracy, coverage, and traceability.
“The integrated Parasoft solution has allowed us to get great utilization from our testing staff, complete more projects on time, and also save money by lowering the overall total cost of performing those tests for a given release,” explained Frank Jennings, TQM Performance Director at Comcast.
“The ability to rapidly develop and continuously execute end-to-end tests—even in complex or frequently evolving environments—is essential to accelerating application delivery while minimizing business risks,” noted Wayne Ariola, Parasoft Chief Strategy Officer. “That’s why Parasoft allows users to create a simulated test environment in less than a minute, then immediately start defining and executing tests against the appropriate test environment configurations. With the industry’s leading technologies for testing, Service Virtualization, and test environment provisioning united in a single intuitive interface, organizations can more rapidly and precisely validate that their applications satisfy business expectations around functionality, reliability, performance, and security.”