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Neue Lösungen von Parasoft zur Virtualisierung von Services und Durchführung von Cloud-/API-Tests unterstützen Teams bei Erkennung und Behebung der Auswirkungen von Veränderungen

Heute hat das Unternehmen Parasoft bekannt gegeben, dass es die neuesten Versionen seiner Lösungen zur Virtualisierung von Services und zur Durchführung von Cloud-/API-Tests an der Cloud Expo am Stand 821 vorstellen wird.

Bei den heutigen dezentralen Unternehmenssystemen ist es für Entwickler/Qualitätsprüfer zunehmend schwierig, das Systemverhalten soweit einzusehen, um eine Anwendung unter Testbedingungen ablaufen zu lassen. Um die Sicherheit, Zuverlässigkeit und Normkonformität der Geschäftsprozesse von Unternehmen in diesen heterogenen Systemen zu gewährleisten, bietet Parasoft eine Lösung auf Unternehmensebene für komplexe Tests, die sich über mehrere Ebenen cloudbasierter Anwendungen erstrecken, sowie ein Testumgebungsmanagement der nächsten Generation mit Virtualisierung von Services.

Die jüngsten Versionen helfen Entwicklern und Testern dabei, ihre Tests und simulierten Testumgebungen mit sich kontinuierlich entwickelnden Services und Umgebungsbedingungen zu synchronisieren. Da so viele Abhängigkeiten von externen Abteilungen und Dritten kontrolliert werden, erfahren Entwickler und Tester häufig als letzte von Veränderungen, die bedeutende Auswirkungen auf ihre Testtätigkeiten haben. Die Funktion „Change Advisor“ die bei Parasoft SOAtest und Parasoft Virtualize eingeführt wurde, versetzt Entwickler und Tester in die Lage, Veränderungen, die ihre Testmöglichkeiten beeinflussen, effizient und erfolgreich zu erkennen und zu beheben.

„Paradoxerweise erleiden Unternehmen in dem Maße einen Produktivitätsrückgang, wie sich die Agilität im Unternehmen entwickelt, da so viel Zeit und Mühe aufgewendet werden muss, um die automatisierten Tests und die zugehörigen Testumgebungen kontinuierlich an die sich stets entwickelnden Services und häufigen Änderungen der Infrastruktur anzupassen“, erklärte Wayne Ariola, Vorstand für Strategie bei Parasoft. „Wir haben diese Funktion entwickelt, damit Teams ihre Einrichtungen für Tests und zur Virtualisierung von Services schnell, exakt und intelligent aktualisieren können, sodass sie sich auf die zielorientierten, unternehmenszentrierten Testszenarios konzentrieren können, die entscheidend zur Senkung des Anwendungsrisikos beitragen.“

Parasoft an der Cloud Expo

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Virtualisierung von Services mit Parasoft

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Cloud- und API-Testzentrum von Parasoft

Weiterführende Informationen zur Virtualisierung von Services und zu den Ressourcen für das Testumgebungsmanagement von Parasoft erhalten Sie unter:

Über Parasoft

Seit 25 Jahren erforscht und entwickelt Parasoft Softwarelösungen, mit denen Unternehmen auf effiziente Weise defektfreie Software liefern können. Durch die Integrierung von Entwicklungstests, API-/Cloud-/SOA-/Kombinations-App-Tests und die Virtualisierung von Services senken wir Zeitbedarf, Aufwand und Kosten, die für die Bereitstellung sicherer, zuverlässiger und normkonformer Software notwendig sind. Die Lösungen von Parasoft für Unternehmen und eingebettete Entwicklung sind die umfassendsten der Branche – sie beinhalten statische Analyse, Komponententests mit Anforderungsverfolgung, Funktions- und Belastungstests, Entwicklungs-/Testumfeldmanagement und mehr. Die Mehrzahl der Fortune-500-Unternehmen verlässt sich auf Parasoft, um konsistent und effizient Software mit Top-Qualität produzieren zu können. Weitere Informationen finden Sie auf der Parasoft-Website.

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