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Service Virtualization Takes Center Stage at Discover 2016 in Las Vegas

Never before has the topic of Service Virtualization (SV) attracted so much attention. Once little more than a dev/test buzzword, Service Virtualization has recently flourished into a fast-growing movement, catching the eye of both customers and industry analysts. Faced with shrinking delivery timelines and mounting business pressures, many companies turn to SV solution to help remove constraints for both development and testing teams and enable them to work in a more agile and collaborative manner.

This year’s Discover Las Vegas 2016 offers several interactive sessions and booths where your customers can navigate the world of DevOps, Agile, Microservices, IoT with the help of Service Virtualization technology. For more details, check out the blog.

This is a great time and place to learn what Service Virtualization has to offer, get questions answered by experts and meet with customers to see how others have successfully implemented SV solutions.

Can’t make it to Discover? Here are some great customer references that focus on the solutions’ ROI & use cases:

  • GameStop Case Study – how a global multichannel video game retailer accelerated time to market using SV solutions, including details on the use case and realized ROI.
  • You can also listen to the webcast to hear real-live customer and partner experiences with SV solutions.

 

Ready for evaluation? Sign up for a free trial today and see how easy SV is to use.

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