|By Business Wire||
|November 6, 2012 06:59 PM EST||
A Parasoft anunciou hoje na Cloud Expo que vai exibir em breve o mais recente lançamento de sua solução de teste de nuvem/API e virtualização de serviço no estande nº 821.
Com os sistemas de negócios altamente distribuídos de hoje em dia, obter acesso a muito do comportamento do sistema exigido para executar a aplicação sendo testada é desafiador para desenvolvedores/QA. Para ajudar as organizações a garantir a segurança, confiabilidade e compatibilidade dos processos de negócios ao longo desses sistemas heterogêneos, a Parasoft fornece uma solução de nível empresarial para teste complexo ao longo de diferentes camadas de aplicativos com base em nuvem, bem como o gerenciamento de ambiente de teste da próxima geração com virtualização de serviço.
As últimas versões ajudam desenvolvedores e verificadores a manter seus ambientes de teste e de simulação de teste em sincronia com serviços em desenvolvimento e condições do ambiente. Com tantas dependências controladas por departamentos externos ou terceiros, os desenvolvedores e verificadores são, na maioria das vezes, os últimos a saber sobre mudanças que exercem impactos significativos sobre seus esforços de teste. A capacidade de "Alterar consultor" introduzida através do Parasoft SOAtest e Parasoft Virtualize permite que desenvolvedores e verificadores identifiquem e determinem de maneira proativa as alterações de serviço e no ambiente que afetam a sua capacidade de testar de maneira eficiente e eficaz.
"Ironicamente, à medida que as organizações competem para tornarem-se cada vez mais ágeis, elas tendem a arcar com um grande golpe na produtividade em decorrência da quantidade de tempo e esforço necessários para manter testes automatizados e ambientes de teste associados em sincronia com serviços em desenvolvimento contínuo e alterações frequentes na infraestrutura", explicou Wayne Ariola, vice-presidente de estratégia da Parasoft. "Concebemos essa funcionalidade para ajudar as equipes a atualizar seus recursos de teste e virtualização de serviço de maneira rápida e inteligente – para que elas possam se concentrar na conclusão dos cenários de testes orientados por metas e determinados comercialmente que são tão essenciais para reduzir o risco do aplicativo."
Parasoft na Cloud Expo
Visite a Parasoft no estande nº 821
Virtualização de serviço da Parasoft
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Teste de nuvem e API da Parasoft
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Sobre a Parasoft
Há 25 anos a Parasoft pesquisa e desenvolve soluções em software que ajudam as organizações a fornecerem software livre de defeitos de forma eficiente. Ao integrar o Teste de desenvolvimento, teste de API/nuvem/SOA/aplicativo composto, e a virtualização de serviço, reduzimos o tempo, esforço e custo para o fornecimento de software seguro, confiável e compatível. As soluções de desenvolvimento incorporado e de negócios da Parasoft são as mais abrangentes do setor – inclusive análise estática, teste de unidade com rastreabilidade de requerimentos, teste funcional e de carregamento, gerenciamento de ambiente de desenvolvimento/teste, e mais. A maioria das empresas que figuram na Fortune 500 confia na Parasoft para produzir software de qualidade superior de maneira consistente e eficiente. Para mais informações, visite a página da Parasoft.
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