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Deploy and Destroy Complete Test Environments

Service Virtualization + Containers + Cloud

Anarchy_3.pngSick of others telling you when you can and can't test? Tired of bureaucracies that make getting useful test data more difficult than a complete government overthrow?

Are territorial disputes preventing you from accessing all the dependent systems and services you need for testing, configured the way YOU want?

Don't take it sitting down - fight for your freedom to test on your own terms!

With service virtualization, containers, and cloud, you can spawn whatever complete test environment you want, at your beck and call.

Join the Test Anarchy: Deploy and Destroy webinar Thursday March 24 11:00-12:00 PDT  and learn how to:

  • Gain complete control over the behavior, data, and performance of all those dependent systems "owned" by some other group or entity

  • Avoid having to share a test environment with someone else whose views and needs differ from yours

  • Get a fresh test environment every time-without any cleanup hassle-through an automated "deploy and destroy" strategy

  • Convince developers to see your point of view with easy environment sharing for defect reproduction

More Stories By Cynthia Dunlop

Cynthia Dunlop, Lead Content Strategist/Writer at Tricentis, writes about software testing and the SDLC—specializing in continuous testing, functional/API testing, DevOps, Agile, and service virtualization. She has written articles for publications including SD Times, Stickyminds, InfoQ, ComputerWorld, IEEE Computer, and Dr. Dobb's Journal. She also co-authored and ghostwritten several books on software development and testing for Wiley and Wiley-IEEE Press. Dunlop holds a BA from UCLA and an MA from Washington State University.