Service Virtualization Features

Read what people say are the most valuable features of the solutions they use.
IT Analyst at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
As we have used most of the MQ stub, "MQ recording" is the most useful feature. Its flexibility to configure various MQ recording methods as per the implementation and "pass through" feature. View full review »
Automated Test Engineer at a transportation company with 10,001+ employees
MessageQueue support: Our infrastructure was designed with the ability to detach client systems via MessageQueue queue managers. View full review »
Manager, Director, Share Holder at Marco Technology
The feature which is most valuable in this solution is the ease of use. The product is very easy to use and implement. Another thing is that we can adjust the performance level. We can make the model simulate the best service, normal services or bad situations in many possible ways. View full review »
Fran├žoise Dough says in a CA Service Virtualization review
Senior Software Architecht at a software R&D company with 51-200 employees
The ability to create virtual services and deploy them as Docker containers, and include them in our Jenkins build pipelines, is a valuable feature. It was critical for us to prevent possible elements from "unnecessarily" breaking the pipeline. If I'm pushing a particular web service through the pipeline and want that to be tested in isolation, it is a big problem if everything fails due to an irrelevant dependent service. The use of containers provided a very flexible solution. View full review »
Test Manager - DevOps at a maritime company with 5,001-10,000 employees
The most valuable features include the capability to use other program languages such as PLSQR, JAVA, .NET. This is important because whenever the tool is limited you can extend it by writing your own code. The code is not limited to a specific language, it can hold several types of coding language. View full review »
Vikesh Gupta says in a SmartBear ServiceV Pro review
Senior Java Developer at a comms service provider with 51-200 employees
Features, such as using Groovy scripts for generating dynamic response, which read data out of Excel sheets and one-click deployment are really nice. View full review »
Senior Technical Consultant at Adobe
Virtualizing a component or service which does not exist or is under development. - Broad, flexible support for literal, XML, JSON requests & responses - Broad, flexible support for Protocol (HTTP, HTTPS, JMS, MQ & for other traffic types such as SQL Queries), Transport & Message Formats (i.e. EDI messages) - Ability to create data driven responders - Recording traffic by acting as a proxy and replaying the recorded traffic for quick and easy virtual asset creation. - Virtualize fills the gap by providing access to their behavior by removing dependency of databases, mainframes, third-party systems, etc. - No Limitations on Traffic hits per day. View full review »
Aishwarya says in a SmartBear ServiceV Pro review
Associate Professional Product Developer at Computer Sciences Corporation
In times of DevOps, where continuous delivery and deployment is progressing at such a fast pace, ServiceV Pro has emerged as an add-on for enhancing our API product finish. View full review »
Architect: Service Virtualization, DevOps and Automation at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
IBM RTVS has many useful features, but support for IBM MQ over this tool is unbeatable. It has very easy and good validation techniques used for SWIFT, XSD, and WSDL validations. Another feature is where we can specify optional nodes/tags of XML or any other type of message format within the test and stub definitions. This is also unbeatable. View full review »